DOM Waldouck was impressed with his Oxford University side as the Dark Blues showed no let up in a 102-0 hammering of Pacific Islanders.

The students produced a merciless display, scoring 16 tries at Iffley Road in front of their captain, who chose to sit out the fixture in favour of assessing his options for December’s Varsity Match.

Oxford were out of sight early on against a below-par opposition, who played with just 14 men for 50 minutes after Pio Tuwai’s red card.

Waldouck, a Heineken Cup winner with Wasps, was delighted.

He said: “Games like that, it comes down to your patterns, your shapes, and focusing very much on ourselves.

“Our attitude throughout was absolutely unbelievable, we were relentless with everything we did.

“Not staying on top of things is a danger in games like that and I thought we were very disciplined throughout which is very pleasing.”

The Dark Blues are next in action tomorrow night (7.15) when they host the Army.

And Waldouck is expecting a more challenging evening.

He said: “There will be tougher tests. Our attitude has been very pleasing and defence is based on attitude, so if you get that right you are half way there.”