WALLINGFORD returned to winning ways with a 38-22 victory at home to Reading in Southern Counties North.

Sam Botting, Dan Sadler, Ralph Smith and Nathan Chapman crossed for the hosts to put to bed last week’s defeat.

Jackson Sayce kicked 18 points.

Gosford All Blacks lost 19-10 at Aylesbury.

Meanwhile, Littlemore ran in nine tries to beat Milton Keynes 58-7 at home.

The hosts quickly asserted their authority in the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Premier encounter.

Aaron Ward and Jake Dawson went over, with Stewart Beale, who slotted a penalty, converting both.

Milton Keynes replied, but Littlemore went on to lead 31-7 at the break.

Rhys Painton and Ben Symington crossed, Beale adding the extras.

After the break, Cameron Bashford, Symington, Aaron Ward, Luke Ward and Johnny Gerrard crossed, Beale converting once.

Wheatley were beaten 26-18 at home to Slough.

James Neal drove over to put the hosts 5-0 up, but the visitors responded, when Max Miles converted his own try.

James Filsher then crossed, Miles adding the extras, to make it 14-5 to Slough.

An Iain Downer try, converted by Aaron Laman, reduced the deficit at half-time.

Robbie Morrison went over for Slough, but two Laman penalties kept the hosts in touch.

But Richard Cowell crossed, Miles converting, to earn the visitors victory.

Didcot beat Abingdon 16-8.

In the Championship, Oxford drew 17-17 with Risborough, Chipping Norton beat Faringdon 66-7, but Harwell lost 75-10 at Aldermaston.