SLOUGH Jets extended their winning streak in the National Ice Hockey League South One to four matches after victories against Oxford City Stars and Cardiff Fire last weekend, writes Rob Stevens.

The Jets have not been beaten since the opening weekend in the season and a 6-3 win against Oxford at The Hangar on Saturday plus a 6-1 success at Cardiff on Sunday keeps them at the top of the league table.

A goal from Samuel Talbot gave Slough the lead inside three minutes against Oxford but the visitors equalised through Mike Whillock before the first buzzer.

The home team stormed into a clear advantage in the second period thanks to a Sean Norris brace plus goals from Liam Underdown and Harry Harcup.

Oxford reduced the arrears to two goals when Matthew Lawday and Joshua Florey both struck seven minutes into the final stanza, but Slough secured the points with a late powerplay strike from Daniel Rose.

A goal from Norris gave The Jets a narrow lead on the first buzzer in Cardiff on Sunday and Talbot was able to double the advantage in the middle period before Carter-Jaice Lloyd bagged the only effort for the home side.

The visitors moved into a 5-1 lead thanks to goals from Talbot, Norris and Rose, before Underdown had the final word with a strike three minutes into the final stanza.

Slough Jets are now three points clear at the top of the league table but they have played more games than any other team in the division.

The Jets return to The Hangar for the visit of third-placed and unbeaten Streatham this Saturday (5.45pm), before a trip to Chelmsford Chieftains on Sunday (6.30pm).