CHINNOR will look to put a run of three straight defeats in National League 1 behind them when they travel to Darlington Mowden Park on Saturday.

The 23-12 loss at home to Caldy last time out left Chinnor seventh in the table.

Darlington Mowden Park are also in patchy form, losing four of their last five.

The County Durham outfit host Chinnor after a 36-26 loss at Bishop’s Stortford last weekend.

In a game of two halves, Mowden led 21-5 at the break, before Bishop’s Stortford took advantage of the conditions to run out bonus point winners.

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Chinnor and Mowden have met on four occasions in National League 1, both teams winning two games apiece.

All four previous meetings have seen both sides score 20 points or more, with three of the clashes decided by less than seven points.

In October, Mowden took the spoils and won 23-20 at Kingsey Road.

Henley Hawks follow up their impressive win over high-flying Esher in National 2 South with a home game against Guernsey Raiders. The victory secured a double over Esher.

Saturday’s encounter will be Guernsey’s second league visit to Henley, their first being in 2018/19.

The Hawks won both fixtures that season, 17-10 in Guernsey and then 60-28 at Dry Leas.

This season, Guernsey made a great start to the campaign, winning seven of their first eight fixtures, including a 17-16 home win over the Hawks.

In South West 1 East, Oxford Harlequins host Trowbridge, Banbury travel to Newbury Blues, Grove welcome Beaconsfield, and Witney are at Sherborne. In Southern Counties North, Gosford All Blacks host Marlow, Bicester travel to Thatcham and Wallingford are at home to Shipston on Stour.