CHINNOR will aim to turn around an unwanted run of form when they visit Cambridge this weekend.

The Thame-based outfit have lost their last four matches to fall out of National League 1 promotion contention.

Richard Thorpe’s side start the weekend seventh in the table, 14 points behind sixth-placed Cambridge.

Despite losing their last two games on the road, Chinnor can take heart from an impressive away record this season.

They have lost just three times away from Kingsey Road and their last victory came at Cinderford on January 15.

In National 2 South, Henley Hawks are looking to increase their momentum at Bury St Edmunds.

Back-to-back wins over Esher and Guernsey Raiders mean Luke Allen’s side go to Suffolk with plenty of confidence, although they will expect a tough afternoon against a side they edged out 25-24 at Dry Leas earlier in the season.

The visitors are fifth in the table, two places above their opponents.

There are three changes to the Henley pack, with Tom Emery, Rory Mason and Marcus Lowe coming in for Samson Adejimi, Ollie Frostick and Jake Albon.

None of Oxfordshire’s sides are in South West 1 East action this weekend, with just three games taking place in the division.

Meanwhile, there is no game for Gosford All Blacks and Wallingford in Southern Counties North, although Bicester have a fixture.

The north Oxfordshire outfit host Shipston on Stour as they aim to bounce back following two defeats in a row.