GEORGE Oliver scored two tries as Chinnor maintained their unbeaten record in National League 2 South with a 36-14 victory at home to Redingensians.

The hosts got an early shock when the Rams’ Greg Illingworth went in under the posts for a try converted by Tom Humberstone.

Chinnor replied with tries from flanker Oliver and Jonny Bentley, who was put clear by skipper Danny Barnes. Bentley converted both for a 14-7 lead.

Rams stormed back, with a slick offload putting Josh Collis in under the posts. Humberstone’s conversion made it 14-14 at half-time.

In the second half, Chinnor resisted 16 phases of play with a display of aggressive defence which resulted in turnover ball.

This led to Oliver scoring his second try, converted by Bentley, who then added a penalty.

The bonus-point try was sealed following a great steal by Ben Manning, allowing Rhys Lawrence to power in.

Chinnor finished with a try from Henry Lamont, converted by Bentley.

Henley Hawks’ poor season continued with a 20-14 defeat at home to Tonbridge Juddians.

Hawks took the lead while their opponents were down to 13 men after two yellow cards, lock Dave Clements driving through from a line-out for George Jackson to convert.

John McMahon replied with an unconverted try for Tonbridge, but Hawks secured a 14-5 interval lead when full back Alan Awcock went in under the posts, Jackson again converting.

Plagued by poor kicking out of hand, Hawks lost the initiative in the second half, when Tonbridge won it with tries from winger Will Ward and McMahon, while Liam Prescott added a conversion and a penalty.