ORISI Nawaqaliva crossed twice as Chinnor ran in six tries to beat Wimbledon 37-27 away from home.

The victory keeps the Thame-based side 15 points clear in National League 2 South’s only play-off spot.

But they found themselves trailing 10-0 early on after Ollie Hutson crossed, James Doe, who kicked a penalty, converting.

Chinnor got on the scoreboard when Nawaqaliva went over in the corner.

But Wimbledon reclaimed their ten-point lead when Ben Brooks went over.

The Oxfordshire side hit back as Kieran Goss rounded the defence, Jonny Bentley adding the extras.

And Chinnor headed into the break leading 19-15 after Nawaqaliva broke through to touch down under the posts and Bentley converted.

Their lead was extended to nine points after the break when Alex Dancer scored.

It was all Chinnor and a Bentley penalty put them further in front, before Danny Barnes and Tom Ranaboldo went over to make it 37-15.

Rhys Lawrence was sin-binned for the visitors and Wimbledon scored two tries, one converted, but the win had been secured.

Jack Robinson scored a hat-trick of tries as Henley Hawks beat Bury St Edmunds 27-18 away.

In a low-scoring first half, the hosts took the lead through Sean Stapleton’s try.

A George Jackson penalty got Hawks off the mark as they trailed 5-3 at half-time.

Fraser Honey’s penalty extended Bury’s lead.

But Hawks hit back to lead 10-8 as Robinson squeezed over and Jackson added the extras.

Another Honey penalty put Bury back in front.

However, Robinson crossed again, before Hawks took a 22-11 lead when awarded a penalty try.

Bury closed to within four points when Stapleton went over and Honey converted.

But Henley made sure of victory when Robinson ran on to Joe Butler’s chip to secure the bonus-point win.