DOMINANT Chinnor maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a 45-14 victory at Worthing.

The National League 2 South high-flyers ran in six tries for a fourth successive victory.

Chinnor’s Jack Ramshaw and Worthing’s Kieran Leeming were sin-binned for separate incidents early on.

The latter led to the award of a penalty try to the visitors, which Jonny Bentley converted.

Phil Chesters then went over twice in quick succession to make it 19-0. Bentley converting the latter.

Worthing fought back and replied through Kemp Price’s try, Matt McLean adding the extras.

But Chinnor headed into half-time with a 24-7 lead, after good work from Oscar Heath, Ben Manning and Bentley put Kieran Goss through a gap to score. Bentley converting.

Jamel Hamilton crossed in the second half, Bentley, once again, adding the extras.

The latter then converted his own try to make it 38-7.

Worthing refused to give up and Kiba Richards crashed over, McLean adding the extras.

But Chinnor had the final word, Orisi Nawaqaliva setting up Henry Lamont. Bentley converted to take his points haul to 19.

Henley Hawks ended their three-match losing run, when beating Broadstreet 41-17 at Dry Leas.

Tom Emery’s fifth-minute unconverted try put the hosts 5-0 in front.

Cliff Hodgson reduced the arrears with a penalty for Broadstreet.

Two George Jackson penalties saw Hawks lead by eight points, before Emery scored his second unconverted try on 38 minutes, finishing off a driving maul, to make it 16-3.

A minute after the break, David Hyde scampered 40 metres to score, Jackson converting.

But just as they looked in control, Henley’s defensive frailties were exposed, when Ryan O’Neill and Andrew Murray crossed.

Hodgson converted both to cut Hawks’ s lead to 23-17.

But two penalties from Jackson alleviated any fears of an upset, before Jake Albon and Joe Butler went over.

Connor Murphy converted the latter.