OXFORD City Stars have signed netminder Ronai Milan.

The 21-year-old joins from Bracknell Hornets, having played for the junior teams at Solent & Gosport and Guildford.

Milan played in the Hungary Under 18 and 20 leagues, before a spell in Slovakia.

“I am very excited to be part of the Stars set-up this coming season,” he said.

“I think the team has shown a lot of potential in the last couple of years, and I am really looking forward to getting started and helping the team develop further.”

Meanwhile, season tickets have gone on sale, with early bird prices £10 cheaper than last season.

Adult season tickets are £89 and children and concessions just £39, which guarantees entry to every home league game at Oxpens Road this season.

With 13 home games scheduled it works out at £3 per game for children and concessions, and £6.84 per game for adults.

When the early bird discount expires on July 31, prices will increase to £139 for adults and £89 for children and concessions, which still offers great value to watch the Stars’ NIHL2 South campaign starting in September.

Director Greig Box Turnbull said: “Our preparations are going very well and we are all looking forward to the new campaign.

“We are ambitious and believe the appointment of Kenny Redmond as head coach and the quality in the playing squad is a strong indicator of our determination to progress.

“Our season tickets represent incredible value for money and we hope people get behind the club and continue to support us in great numbers.”