SWINDON Town Official Supporters Club board member Tim Keen reflects on an incredible past two weeks that has featured wins and clean sheets galore.

Well this is pretty good isn’t it? Another three points and three consecutive clean sheets – the last time we did that was in our last visit to League Two, and we know how that ended – but maybe I’m getting ahead of myself…

However, it’s hard not to jump on board the Feel Good Bus at Swindon Town at the moment.

Is there a pub that Clem hasn’t served fans a pint in yet? You have to take your hat off to the club’s owner with the increased fan engagement, and this generated another 8K+ gate on Saturday - the fans are genuinely coming back to the County Ground again!

The pre-match buzz is a back and waking up on match-day is actually something I find myself looking forward to again.

Away days are back again too and there was another brilliant atmosphere at the Peninsula Stadium.

We’re five league games into the season and we’re also now getting an idea of what Garner-ball will look like – it’s good to see a possession-based game again and a quality of football that our carpet of a pitch deserves.

The depth of quality in midfield is staggering at this level, and with Brentford’s Alex Gilbert arriving on transfer deadline day to hopefully help Tyreece Simpson up top, the squad is looking nicely balanced.

Off the field, the Official Supporters Club have been busy – our inaugural Alan McLoughlin Over 40’s Walking Football Tournament was a great success. Working in conjunction with STFC Community Foundation, we raised over £1000 for the Prospect Hospice and Head For Change charities.

It was great to see both Rob Angus and Clem Morfuni take part – they even made the semi-finals!

Congratulations to all who took part and especially to The Dagger, who won the competition unbeaten and without conceding a goal!

We hope to get both Clem and Rob on the Monday Night Panel before Clem returns to Australia, and we also have a representative on the first Advisory Board Meeting which takes place on Tuesday, September 7.

I don’t think I can remember a time when we had this level of transparency at the club – long may it continue.