Amersham and Chiltern produced a solid display to beat Fullerians 23-10 at Weedon Lane on Saturday.

A strong attack after a scything break by David John, who was making his first appearance of the season after injury, led to yet another penalty conceded by Fullerians which was calmly slotted by man of the match Ollie Choules to give Chiltern a 3-0 lead.

Chiltern went further clear when they drove strongly towards and over the Fullerians try-line, with hooker Joe Batt emerging as the try scorer. Choules comfortably kicked the conversion to take the lead to 13–0.

Fullerians came back when kicked to the corner and were able to score their first try of the match which was unconverted and left the score 13–5 to Chiltern at half-time.

Another break by Choules created space to offload to the outstanding Jordan Scott who galloped in from fully 40m to score Chiltern’s second try wide out on the left. Choules converted with a superb kick and Chiltern were away and clear.

With the game drawing to a close, Fullerians scored their second try. Chiltern calmly ran down the clock whilst still leaving Choules time to kick another penalty for a 23-10 win.