SEAN Lynn believes a number of positional switches have done the trick for Swindon as the league leaders prepare to take on Maidenhead tomorrow.
The Greenbridge Road side have won both their games so far in South West 1 East, picking up bonus points in each, and will be looking to make it three wins out of three this afternoon.
Lynn has moved Cameron Brown from centre to fly-half, with Adam Westall moving back to full-back, and that, along with a good crop of decent new signings, has excited the second-year head coach.
“We have a load of confidence and the key for us is the way the boys are defending,” he told Link Sport.
“We seem to have a spring in our step which having a few new boys has helped, like Adam Dobie (centre) and Oliver Walliker (prop) they’ve come in and lifted things.
“We’ve had some position shifts too with Cameron Brown moving to outside half and Adam Westall going back to full-back, his favoured positon, and the combinations are working great.
“Cam is very good at attacking the line and moving people into space, as well as managing the game, and when you have someone like Adam Westall being the general at the back it really fills people with confidence.
“The chat he gives from behind is great and whenever I’ve played against him at full-back he’s been lethal – I’m starting to see it again.
“It’s been a breath of fresh for him and the team and we hope his good form can carry on.”
Elsewhere tomorrow, Wootton Bassett go to Drifters in Southern Counties North, Supermarine take on Corsham in Southern Counties South, and Swindon College Old Boys are in Berks/Bucks & Oxon Premier action away at Chesham.