JASON Worrall scored two tries as Chinnor beat Old Elthamians 33-3 to make it four bonus-point victories in a row.

Joe Rees, Willie Ryan and Nick Selway also crossed as the hosts continued their fine run of form in National League 1.

Chinnor opened the scoring on 12 minutes when prop Rees scored his first try for the club, Laurence May converting.

Elthamians defended heroically, but the pressure took its toll on 29 minutes when Worrall dived over, May adding the extras.

Chinnor led 14-0 at the break, but a Hilton Gibbons penalty got the visitors on the scoreboard after 44 minutes.

That did not deter the hosts and they controlled the rest of the game, scoring three tries in the final 18 minutes.

Ryan plunged over to make it 21-3, before Worrall crossed to secure the bonus point, May converting the former.

Chinnor scored again in the last play, Selway going over from a driving line-out and May adding the extras.

In National League 2 South, Henley Hawks returned to winning ways with a 20-16 victory at Old Albanians.

The hosts went ahead with an early penalty in an attritional contest between two closely-matched teams.

Henley finally got on the scoreboard when Tom Emery went over, but Old Albanians kicked another penalty to go 6-5 up at the break.

Jack Robinson crossed to put the visitors back in front before the sides traded penalties to make it 13-9.

George Primett touched down for the crucial converted score and, despite Old Albanians scoring a converted try with the last play, Henley held on.