HENLEY Hawks will bid to end their campaign on a high when they host Bury St Edmunds tomorrow.

The south Oxfordshire side are no longer in the running for National League 2 South’s sole play-off spot.

But ending the season with a fourth-straight bonus-point victory would give Hawks a shot of moving above third-placed Tonbridge Juddians.

Henley, who cannot be overtaken, make four changes as they attempt to record the double over Bury St Edmunds.

Captain Sam Lunnon and Tom Hall return in the back row, with prop George Primett replacing Dave Manning.

In the backs, George Wood is handed a start on the wing.

Dan Barnes, who is on loan from Rosslyn Park, makes his final appearance for the club at fly-half.

He will not be returning to Hawks next season after signing for London Scottish.

Chinnor will look to finish their debut season in National League 1 with a victory.

The Thame-based side, who are tenth in the table, host Plymouth Albion and are targeting their first win in seven matches.


Chinnor (v Plymouth Albion, home): Goss, Holland, Barnes, A Dancer, J Dancer, Ryan, Heath, Southworth, Price, Gilding, Thomas, Ramshaw, Manning, Oliver, Burns. Reps: from Norey, Schickerling, Bordill, Gray, King, Mountford.

Henley Hawks (v Bury St Edmunds, home): L O’Neill, Wood, R O’Neill, Andre, Griffiths, Barnes, Webb, Cook, Emery, Primett, Hyde, Albon, Lunnon, Hall, Bradley. Reps: Stock, Deacon, White, Lowe, Howe.