Wycombe Wanderers Women’s reserves came out on the wrong side of an eight-goal thriller away to Chinnor as they lost 5-3.

A mix-up between the Wycombe goalkeeper and defender in the tenth minute saw Chinnor score the first goal of their five goals.

Chinnor then doubled their lead two minutes later when Wycombe failed to clear their lines and the ball ended up being hammered into the bottom corner.

Wycombe were the stronger team for the following ten minutes and were unlucky to see a left-foot shot from Amelia Gilbert saved by the Chinnor keeper.

Their reward came in 27th minute when a shot from Gilbert was parried into the path of Sally Grimm who stroked the ball home.

Chinnor restored their two-goal lead five minutes later with a fantastic long-range effort that sailed over keeper Lillie Eames and into the back of the net.

Wycombe pulled a goal back just before halftime when Amy Norfolk followed up on a cross from Gilbert that the Chinnor keeper spilled.

Early into the second half, a 30-yard effort lobbed Wycombe keeper Eames as Chinnor scored their fourth of the game.

Despite the scoreline, Wycombe were the team in the ascendency and were awarded a penalty for handball on 65 minutes and captain Emilie Bamford took advantage.

Pushing for the equaliser, Naimh Creighton saw a shot pushed wide in 75th minute and centre back Eve Savage had a header cleared off the line from the resulting corner.

However, Chinnor sealed the victory after receiving a penalty for handball and the opportunity was dispatched well by Chinnor.