OXFORD City Stars will go for glory in the South Division 2 play-off finals this weekend.

The top four clubs will compete

on Saturday and Sunday for the crown.

And for Oxford, who won the league and national cup double last season, it is the last chance to win a trophy in this campaign.

Stars, who finished third, face runners-up Solent Devils on Saturday – the only team they failed to beat this season.

The winners of that match will face either champions Slough Jets or Chelmsford Chieftains in the final on Sunday.

Stars’ acting heading coach Lee Richardson said: “This is the biggest weekend of the season for us.

“The aim at the start of the year was to win a trophy and this is our last chance to do so.

“Solent are the only team we didn’t beat this season, they’re very tough competitors and a great side, but we let ourselves down when we played them.

“This weekend is a massive opportunity for us to put that right.”

He added: “If we can play to the best of our ability then we have every chance to win the play-offs.

“We’ve shown recently in beating Slough and Chelmsford both away from home that we’re good enough to beat anyone in the top four.”

Stars are expecting a big away following for the end-of-season finale in Bracknell.

“The fans have been first class,” said captain Darren Elliott.

“They’ve travelled in great numbers and really made themselves heard, it makes such a big difference to us.”

The weekend will be Elliott’s last appearance for the club as he retires after 29 years in the sport – 27 at Oxford.

“I’m determined to go out on a high,” said Elliott. “We’ll all give it our best shot.

“It’s a strange feeling to think it’s my last weekend. But right now, I’m focused on the game and doing my best for the club.”

Stars’ game against Solent starts at 6.45pm with tickets are available at Bracknell ice rink from 2.30pm.