OXFORD United Women claimed another statement win as they thrashed Cheltenham Town 5-0.

Leah Burridge continued her prolific early-season form with two goals in the opening 20 minutes, before Riva Casley added a third.

Carly Johns scored either side of the break as the table-topping U’s, who are yet to concede this term, made it four wins from four in FA Women’s National League Southern Premier.

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Summer signing Jaime Gotch came in for her full debut, replacing Cat Beaver, while Sarah King was preferred to Jess Gray.

The U’s have made a habit of going ahead early this season and Burridge broke the deadlock after 13 minutes, taking Daisy McLachlan’s pass and firing into the net from 18 yards.

United’s top-scorer was on target again to bag her fifth in three games, heading home Shelly Provan’s cross.

The contest was all-but over after 23 minutes as Casley climbed high to meet Naomi Cole’s free-kick and grab her second goal of the season.

United could have eased off but they did the opposite, Johns dinking the ball over Aimee Watson to make it 4-0 late in the half.

Former U’s forward Jade Grove hit the bar as Cheltenham went close to a consolation four minutes before the break, before Rose Kite tipped Emily Owen’s effort onto the woodwork after the restart.

The United goalkeeper preserved a fourth successive clean sheet and Johns sealed victory at the other end with another one-on-one strike midway through the half.

The U’s go to AFC Bournemouth in the League Cup this weekend as they aim to maintain their 100 per cent record.