JACK Robinson and Angus Milton scored two tries apiece as Oxford Harlequins’s revival continued with a 41-5 home victory over fellow strugglers Windsor.

The bonus-point win has lifted Quins within a point of safety in South West 1 East.

Centre Robinson’s converted try and a 16th-minute penalty from fly half Huw Dimond saw the hosts get off to a strong start.

Fotu Latu drove over to make it 17-0, and flanker Milton crossed just before the break to give Quins a 24-point lead.

A Dimond penalty extended the home side’s advantage, before Windsor got on the scoreboard, Harry Cheetham diving over for an unconverted try.

However, further scores from Milton and Robinson helped Quins wrap up a fine display.

Dimond had a successful day with the boot, converting all five tries.

Banbury suffered a 41-7 defeat at leaders Old Patesians.

Matt Goode’s converted try had given Bulls hope at 12-7 down, but the home side proved too strong.

Witney lost 47-26 at second-placed Maidenhead, while Grove were beaten 16-5 by Newbury Blues.