PETER Kildemand admitted he showed an instant liking for the Beaumont Park track as he scored 12+2 on his first ever visit to Leicester.
The Dane, along with skipper Troy Batchelor, missed the Robins’ previous trip to the Elite League new boys in order to take part in GP qualifying, but quickly acclimatised as he led from the front as Swindon won 52-37.
The result moves the Robins one step closer towards securing a place in the Elite League play-offs, with Kildemand believing his side are the form team heading into the post season.
“This was my first time around here so to get away with points like that is really good for us,” he said.
“Everybody has started scoring now and that’s the main thing you want if you are going to do something.
“We’re the form team now because everybody scores and we’ve got Steve to come back who is usually good for eight points.
“It’s looking good for the team at the moment and it’s so much easier when everybody scores.
“Coventry will be a tough one on Monday but we’ve been really good at home so if we can keep going I know we can do it.”