OXFORD RL suffered a fourth successive league loss when falling to a 38-10 defeat at University of Gloucestershire All Golds.

The Blues slipped to 13th in Kingstone Press League One as a result and have conceded an average of 42 points in those games.

Oxford were level at 10-10 after 57 minutes, but the hosts went on to score five tries and inflict another heavy defeat, following last week’s 52-0 loss at Newcastle Thunder.

All Golds took the lead in the first minute when Mo Agoro crossed for an unconverted try.

Courtney Davies’s attempted conversion hit an upright.

The visitors responded well, though, levelling at 4-4 on eight minutes as a strong attack forced the hosts to drop out and Scott Fleming set up Marcus Brooker to crash over.

Harvey Burnett was unable to add the extras, his conversion attempt sailing wide.

Oxford soon led 8-4 when Casey Canterbury shimmied his way through to score. Burnett was again off target with the boot.

All Golds had Lewis Reece sent to the sin-bin.

But the Blues conceded possession almost immediately, before Steve Parry crossed and Davies added the extras.

The first half became scrappy with both sides missing chances as Oxford trailed 10-8 at the break.

Despite starting the second period in the same vein, the Blues levelled when Burnett coolly stroked over a penalty in front of the posts.

But All Golds went on to reclaim the lead on 57 minutes and never looked back, scoring five tries to earn a convincing victory.

Harrison Elliot smashed his way over, before Parry scored his second try of the day.

Davies converted both to give the hosts a 22-10 lead after 64 minutes.

Their advantage was extended to 16 points just two minutes later as a Davies kick was spilled and Barlow took advantage to touch down for an unconverted try.

James Walter then crossed on 71 minutes, before Billy Brickhill also went over to complete the scoring.

Davies converted both as Oxford were soundly beaten.

The Blues are next in action on Sunday when they host North Wales Crusaders at Abingdon’s Tilsley Park.