OXFORD Cty Stars will be aiming to shrug off injury worries and end a triumphant season by completing the treble this weekend.

Head coach Kenny Redmond’s side have already won the English National League South Division 2 title and the Division 2 championship.

At Bracknell they have a chance to capture the end-of-season South 2 play-offs.

They will start their bid today against Chelmsford Chieftains in a match at The Hive, starting at 3.15.

Last season’s champions, the Chieftains finished fourth and will be tough opponents.

The winners of the semi-final will play either Solent Devils or Guildford Phoenix in the final tomorrow at 5.45pm.

Victory would make it a fitting send-off for defenceman Andy Cox, 35, who retires after 17 seasons with the Stars.

The side, who won the league by one point, will be without influential Mike Whillock and experienced Stewart Tait, both of whom suffered injuries in the second leg of quarter-final victory over Bristol Pitbulls.

They won that game 10-1 to complete a 14-4 aggregate victory and put the club in good heart ahead of the play-offs.

Redmond said: “We’re down to the final weekend of a long, but fantastic season and we need one more big push from the boys.

“We have been blighted by injuries all season, but have stuck together and our quality, strength of character and focus has got us through.

“We’re up for the play-offs. This is what it is all about, it will be a tough contest, everyone wants to win, and the final four teams are all very good.

“It’s another opportunity to win some silverware and that’s where we want to be.”

Over the season, Kamil Kinkor has been their top performer with 38 goals and 37 assists.

But the strength of the side is that there is no shortage of scorers all over the ice.

Supporters can get tickets for the play-off weekend online and collect on the door, or buy them on the day.