OXFORD City head coach Kenny Redmond was excited after seeing his side trounce Chelmsford Chieftains 11-3 at Oxpens.

Chieftains, who were English National League 1 champions last season, have struggled after choosing to drop down, along with Stars, to South Division 2.

Oxford followed their 4-0 success in Essex with a resounding victory, which keeps them top of the table.

“It was a great win and everyone is buzzing from it,” said Redmond.

“There aren’t many teams who get a shut-out at their rink and then beat them by the margin we did on Sunday.

“What was also pleasing was a number of the goals we scored were directly from drills we worked on in training.”

Stars were quickly out of the blocks and had the game virtually sewn up after 14 minutes, by which time they were 5-0 ahead through five different scorers.

Josh Florey found the net in the sixth minute, followed by further efforts from Kamil Kinkor, Dom Hopkins, Theo Bundock and Conor Redmond.

Near the end of the first session, Kinkor to scored again to make it 6-0.

The second period was much more even, with Chieftains pulling it back to 6-2 with goals from James Ayling and Grant Bartlett, before Mike Whillock and Josh Florey restored Stars six-goal advantage.

Anthony Leone scored the visitors third goal early in the final period, but Stars, for whom Conor Redmond received an accidental bang in the face, were not going to be denied.

Florey completed his hat-trick, while Whillock netted twice to complete a treble of his own.

Grant Bartlett completed the scoring for Chieftains, but this day belonged to magnificent Stars.