SKIPPER Joe Screen reckons Glasgow Tigers have the guts to go all the way to the Premier League title after they blew apart Edinburgh Monarchs to land a third title in as many weeks.
Screen was part of a deadly double act with James Grieves which ripped-up the Somerset Oak Tree Arena on Friday night and landed the club the Premier League Pairs title.
And last night there was yet more silverware heading to Ashfield when Glasgow clawed back a first leg deficit to beat rivals Edinburgh Monarchs to the annual Spring Trophy.
It means Screen's side have amassed three trophies so far this season following the Super Cup triumph over Edinburgh.
And the veteran reckons his team mates are well placed for a tilt at the big one.
Following Monday night's victory Screen said: "It's another brilliant night for Glasgow.
"We were put under pressure throughout but this team showed plenty of guts and determination to ensure that we had enough to win.
"This team have plenty about them and we are definitely able to rise to the occasion throughout the meetings and I hope that we can build on this for the next crucial month of the league."
Glasgow had to dig deep for victory on Monday night with Edinburgh racing into a 5-1 first heat lead and maintaining their advantage up to the midway point.
But a heat nine 5-1 for the Tigers, with Michal Rajkowski and Grieves racing home, swung the tie in the home side's favour.
Another superb performance from Grieves ensured that the trophy headed west thanks to a heat 14 maximum with partner Nick Morris.
Screen added: "We certainly were put under pressure after a poor start, I burnt out my clutch in the opening heat and that meant that we were always behind.
"However midway through the meeting we were able to get our noses in front on the night and then we had a couple of vital heats which turned the meeting our way."
Glasgow: James Grieves 13+1, Michalk Rajkowski 13, Joe Screen 9, Nick Morris 6+3, Theo Pijper 5, Lee Complin 3+2
Edinburgh: Matthew Wethers 12+1, Kevin Wolbert 11+1, Andrew Tully 8+2, Derek Sneddon 8+1, Kyle Howarth 2, Lee Dicken 0, Craig Cook r/r