SWINDON Town Official Supporters Club treasurer Tim Keen reflects on a victory that will live long in the memory as well as highlighting the group’s involvement with a couple of worthy causes.

Cathartic. That’s the only word I can use to describe how it felt when Dion Conroy scored that last-minute winner against Oldham last Saturday.

All those months of watching Swindon on iFollow, powerless to express our displeasure at how John Sheridan was managing and ultimately relegating the team we’d supported for many years.

Looking at Dion’s reactions and emotions, one can only imagine it felt pretty similar for him as well!

And then we follow this up with a brilliant hard-fought battle of a win against a brutally physical Sutton United team – along with a referee that has taken the diabolical standard of refereeing in this division to another level! But those three points could be so crucial by the time we get to May.

Off the field, the Official Supporters Club was busy working with the Free Kicks Foundation ahead of what was going to be our next home match against Forest Green Rovers.

The Free Kicks Foundation is a nationwide charity whose aim is to provide football-related activities for ill, bereaved and disadvantaged children, giving them a day to remember with their favourite football club.

We were going to be sponsoring the match and paying for three young children to be mascots for the day – nominated by the STFC Community Foundation.

However, with the international call-up, the game has been re-scheduled. We hope to try and run the event for the re-scheduled fixture – watch this space.

The OSC are also involved in the recent Her Game Too initiative, with both Chris and Hannah from the OSC proudly wearing their Swindon Town shirts in the recent promotion for this initiative.

Anyway, onto Crawley now and hopefully another three points before the extended break. Safe travels for anyone going – and make sure you bring the noise!

Come on you Reds!