CHINNOR have the chance to end their losing run when they welcome National League 1 basement boys Tonbridge Juddians on Saturday.

The Thame-based side are in a sticky patch, with defeats in their last five matches.

Last weekend’s 41-3 loss to Cambridge was their heaviest of the season, but they have the opportunity to make amends against Tonbridge.

The visitors are nine points adrift at the bottom of the table, although they did win at Blackheath a fortnight ago.

Chinnor are seventh, 19 points behind sixth-placed Cambridge.

In National 2 South, the table could be deceiving as Henley Hawks host Canterbury.

The home side are fifth, eight positions above their opponents, but the teams are old adversaries and it should be a closely-fought contest.

Luke Allen makes five changes to his XV as Ollie Frostick, captain Jake Albon, Toby Gilbey, Joe Butler and Will Panday come in.

South West 1 East leaders Banbury Bulls host Marlborough, while second-placed Oxford Quins go to Windsor.

The table-topping duo will hope Grove do them a favour at Bracknell, who are a point behind Quins in third, while Witney entertain Chippenham.

Bicester host Aylesbury in Southern Counties North, with Gosford All Blacks at Milton Keynes and Wallingford at Stow-on-the-Wold.