CHINNOR delivered another superb display to claim a bonus-point win and go six games unbeaten on the road.

The Thame-based side scored six tries to beat Rotherham Titans 42-24 and close the gap to the teams immediately above them in National League 1.

With the wind at their backs, the visitors dominated from the first whistle and opened up a 28-point lead after half an hour.

Titans had Tom Benjamin and Dan Preston-Routledge sin-binned, before conceding a penalty try.

Jason Worrall, Nick Selway and Kieran Goss then touched down for Chinnor, Laurence May converting all three.

Rotherham hit back through Benjamin’s try, before Chinnor scored in sensational fashion.

May played out on his own five-metre line and Will Harries galloped through a gap and to the halfway line before sending Worrall racing over.

May added the extras to make it 35-5 at the break.

Two tries in three minutes from Connor Dever and Ben Robbins, Sam Hollingsworth converting once, cut the gap.

But the visitors scored their sixth try when Matt Marley forced his way over on 67 minutes, May adding the extras.

Titans picked up a consolatory four-try bonus point in the last play through Benjamin.

An 18-17 defeat saw Henley Hawks missed the chance to leapfrog National League 2 South leaders Tonbridge Juddians.

Will Robinson’s penalty put the visitors ahead, but Henley responded with Brad Cook’s try, Ben Bolster converting.

Robinson and Bolster exchanged penalties before Alex Bradley touched down to stretch the lead, Bolster adding the extras to make it 17-6.

The visitors had the best of the second half and Hugo Watson crossed, with a penalty try on the hour sealing Henley’s fate.