Chinnor were beaten 33-23 at home by Blackheath in National League 1.

Two Caolan Ryan penalties and a Craig Holland try helped the hosts lead 11-0.

Blackheath hit back through Harry Fry’s score before the break.

However, the visitors used a strengthening wind to their advantage in the second period, while the hosts lost Will Bordill to the sin bin.

Fry (2) and Henry Staff crossed, Leo Fielding kicking two conversions and a penalty to make it 27-11.

Chinnor hit back through Tom Jubb, Ryan converting, but two Fielding penalties put the result beyond doubt.

The hosts had the final word, Danny Barnes crossing, but they had already been beaten.

They now face Esher away on Saturday (3pm).

Chesham Stags travelled to Tadley with little to play for, having already won the league title in the Berks/Bucks & Oxon Premier but they lost 31-22 to their rivals.

Tadley went into a 17-10 lead before they scored a crucial, converted try before the break.

Early in the second half Chesham secured possession from a line out and from a driving maul, Matt Harris went over for an unconverted try.

Under constant pressure the Chesham defence, usually a strong feature of their game was breaking down. Not surprisingly Tadley took every opportunity to capitalize and scored their fourth bonus point try which was converted.

Chesham were now playing catch up rugby. Despite some good play from individuals things were not going to plan for the Stags.

In the final moments of the game, Chesham were awarded a scrum near the Tadley goal posts. Showing some real Stags scrummaging power Taz Hagan score a try which Tom Hirst converted.

Chesham will look to re-group and get back to winning ways in the final league game of the season at home to Wheatley this Saturday (3pm).