SWINDON Robins rider Adam Ellis can see echoes of the 2017 SGB Premiership title-winning side in the club’s current crop after reaching a third Grand Final in two years.

Alun Rossiter’s side completed a dominant 107-71 aggregate play-off semi-final victory over Wolverhampton Wolves with a faultless home display on Thursday night.

They will now meet Ipswich Witches in the title decider next week, travelling to Foxhall Stadium on Monday before returning to the Abbey Stadium on Thursday.

Ellis, skipper Jason Doyle and Tobiasz Musielak were all part of the Swindon side who were crowned national champions two years ago, and the young Brit can see plenty of similarities in the 2019 septet.

“It was a good team performance. That’s the main thing – there is no point one or two of us going well and the rest struggling,” said Ellis.

“It was a positive meeting going into next week.

“We have got a really good team spirit. Everyone is enjoying being part of the team, which is exactly the same as in 2017 when we won it.

“We will be going into the Grand Final in good spirit. We have had a good home win and a good away win. It is going to be hard, but we are feeling pretty confident.”

Swindon comfortably won both meetings against Wolves but Ellis expects a much tighter affair in the Grand Final against Ipswich.

“We were lucky on Wednesday. The weather took away their home track advantage, which was handy for us,” said Ellis.

“It could happen to us next week, so we just have to make sure we are ready for anything.

“We have just got to go to Ipswich with the same mindset as we went to Wolves with on Wednesday, which is try to get a win or keep the meeting as close as possible, which is going to be tough.

“It all starts again from zero, so we have just got to go again next week.”