CHINNOR produced a 65-minute masterclass before having to withstand a late Blackheath comeback as they secured back-to-back bonus-point triumphs with a 34-28 victory.

The hosts won the early territorial battle and their forwards dominated the contest.

Chinnor opened up a 14-0 lead after 18 minutes, Fred Tuilagi and Max Clementson forcing their way over.

They headed into the break 19-0 up when Nick Smith collected his own kick and Andy Berry fed Clementson for his second try of the game.

Cameron Terry dived over to secure the four-try bonus point after the break, before Ryan Crowley crossed out wide to make it 29-0 after an hour.

Blackheath cut the deficit to 22 points through Tom Stradwick’s converted try, before Chinnor were reduced to 14 men with ten minutes left when Keston Lines was red-carded for foul play.

Harry Fry crossed for the visitors, but Conor Brockschmidt went over for the hosts to make it 34-14 on 77 minutes.

Late tries from Dan Hiscocks and Marcus Kershaw further cut the gap and helped Blackheath take home two bonus points.

Henley Hawks claimed a bonus point at Westcliff, Alex Bradley, Jack Robinson, Alex Harmes and Reuben Norville crossing in a 36-7 victory in National 2 South.

Oxford Harlequins continued their perfect record in South West 1 East with a 20-12 triumph at Marlborough, while Banbury Bulls won 23-20 at Chippenham.

Witney lost 25-0 at Bracknell and Grove went down 35-7 at Trowbridge.

In Southern Counties North, Gosford All Blacks won 15-5 at Thatcham, Bicester beat Milton Keynes 18-6 and Wallingford were 10-6 winners over Reading.