SLOUGH Jets moved to the top in the National Ice Hockey League South One after wins against Cardiff Fire and Invicta Dynamos last weekend, writes Rob Stevens.

The Jets thrashed Cardiff 6-1 at The Hangar on Saturday before a 5-4 overtime victory at Invicta on Sunday, giving them a one point lead at the top of the league table.

Bottom side and pointless Cardiff took the lead with a goal from Iwan Davies inside four minutes, but Slough had the advantage at the first buzzer thanks to strikes from Sean Norris and Lewis English.

The Jets scored the only goal in the second period through English, before wrapping up the points in the final stanza with efforts from Ryan Handisides, Norris and Bradley Hildreth.

Invicta Dynamos took the lead with a goal from Elliot Farrell inside eight minutes on Sunday, but Slough led at the buzzer after a brace from Samuel Talbot.

The home side troubled the scorers in the second period when Arran Strawson found the back of the net, and went further ahead in the third stanza through Owen Dell and Juraj Huska.

The Jets levelled the scores at 4-4 before the final buzzer with goals from Talbot and Handisides, before Talbot bagged fourth of the match one minute and 51 seconds into overtime to secure the win.

Slough return to The Hangar for the visit of sixth-placed Oxford City Stars this Saturday (5.45pm), before a trip to Cardiff Fire on Sunday (6pm).