CHINNOR are back on the road for the first time in three weeks on Saturday.

The Thame-based side travel to Tonbridge Juddians, who sit second bottom of National League 1.

Richard Thorpe’s men are aiming to bounce back from successive home defeats to Darlington Mowden Park and Cambridge, which has left them sixth in the table.

Henley Hawks also go to Kent to take on Canterbury in National 2 South.

The hosts are back in the fourth tier after a tough 2019/20 campaign in National League 1, winning only two matches.

It is a full programme in South West 1 East as second-placed Banbury Bulls host Newbury Blues, who are fourth.

Oxford Harlequins travel to Trowbridge, while Witney entertain Sherborne and Grove go to Beaconsfield.

Gosford All Blacks welcome Wallingford in Southern Counties North and Bicester host High Wycombe.