"Our away form this season has been outstanding; we've beaten some really hard teams along the way with the likes of Redruth and Shelford. Unfortunately we haven't managed to maintain the same form at home, but that's something we'll look to focus on ready for the start of next season."
Having secured their highest ever league finish, Hartpury RFC welcome West country side, Clifton, in their penultimate National Two South fixture.
The Bristol side travel to Hartpury following a huge step towards survival after a resounding win over fourth placed Redruth.
Ailes, who is also part of the Academy setup at Gloucester Rugby, knows that it won't be an easy game.
"Despite their position, they're going to come here full of confidence and looking to take another big scalp. We need to make sure that we earn another win and finish the season on a high. Hopefully we can play some fast-paced and exciting rugby for the fans as well".
"It's been a long, tough season, and as I said before, we've earned some hard-fought wins over tough opposition. It's just disappointing that we've maybe taken our foot off the gas a little in games we should be expecting to win, and those are the points you need when it comes to the business end of the season."
"I think having the final two games at home can only favour us. Home games at Hartpury are always a special occasion and it will be great chance to get all the boys together and celebrate the effort we have put in to better last season's finish."
Following the match against Clifton, Hartpury will wrap up their season next weekend with a rearranged home derby against Lydney, after the original fixture was postponed.