OXFORD City conceded three goals in the first 10 minutes as they slumped to a 5-2 defeat at home to Eastleigh.

Paul McCallum netted a brace inside seven minutes, before Ludwig Francilette effectively ended the game with 10 minutes on the clock.

Scott Quigley made it 4-0 with seven minutes to go until the break, with Jake Taylor adding the fifth goal five minutes into the second half.

Alfie Potter and Levi Lumeka then grabbed consolation goals for the Hoops.

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The game took just 50 seconds to get an opener, when McCallum tapped in a cross from the right.

He then doubled his tally after Tom Watson’s clearance crashed into the back of Brooklyn Kabongolo, with Quigley acting quickest to stab the ball across for McCallum.

The clash was pretty much over after 10 minutes, when Francilette headed in Ben Reeves’ corner.

The fourth goal came when Quigley turned and buried a shot from inside the box, while Taylor was sent through by Nigel Atangana’s long ball, to make it five.

Potter gave the Hoops a consolation strike with 18 minutes to play, before Josh Parker blazed over a penalty with six minutes left on the clock.

Lewis Coyle’s drive was tipped onto the crossbar by Joe McDonnell, with Lumeka adding a second for the Hoops in stoppage time.

City remain bottom of the Vanarama National League, and are now 10 points from safety.

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Banbury United dropped a place in National League North, following a 2-0 loss away at Alfreton Town.

Liam Waldock scored after three minutes, while Kennedy Digie added the second midway through the second half. Lawson D’Ath was shown a second yellow card for the Puritans shortly after the second goal.

The Puritans slipped to 19th in the table, and two points above the drop zone.

Bottom side Didcot Town drew 1-1 at home to Walton & Hersham in Southern League Premier South.