FULL back Kieran Goss scored a hat-trick of tries as leaders Chinnor romped to a 64-22 home win over Wimbledon.

The victory keeps the Thame-based side two points clear at the top of National League 2 South.

But a sloppy start saw them fall 7-0 behind after two minutes as Harry Tabb crossed and James Doe converted.

Chinnor responded well and were soon 21-7 ahead when Orisi Nawaqaliva, Jonny Bentley, who added the extras, and Jamel Hamilton went over.

Doe kicked a penalty for Wimbledon, but the hosts went on to take a 35-10 lead into half-time.

Alex Waddingham and Goss crossed, Bentley converting.

Chinnor continued where they left off after the break, with tries from Mike MacDonald, Goss, Henry Lamont and Rhys Lawrence, Bentley converting once, making it 57-10.

Wimbledon responded when James Gillespie crossed, but his try was answered by Goss, who completed his hat-trick.

Joshua Charles then dived over for the visitors with five minutes to go, but Chinnor had already done the damage.

Henley Hawks beat Bury St Edmunds 27-20 at home.

Harry Anderson-Brown’s try, Fraser Honey adding the extras, put the visitors in front.

But Hawks levelled when Jake Albon crashed over and George Jackson converted.

Bury hit back to lead 14-7 as Sam Bixbey pounced on a loose ball and Honey added the extras.

But Hawks went in to half-time 17-14 in front after Jack Robinson dotted down, before Jackson, who converted the try, kicked a penalty.

Two Honey penalties saw the visitors retake the lead, but Henley hit back when David Hyde crashed over, Jackson converting.

Play was held up for ten minutes after Bury’s Sean Davis suffered a neck injury.

A late Jackson penalty made sure of victory for Hawks.