DAN Sadler crossed twice to help Wallingford beat High Wycombe 23-15 at home and go top of Southern Counties North.

Jack Edwards converted both tries and kicked two penalties, with Jackson Sayce also accurate from the tee, as the hosts made it three wins in a row to maintain their 100 per cent start.

Bicester are still searching for their first win after a 41-16 defeat at home to Windsor.

Peter Howard scored a spectacular try from 80 metres for the hosts, with Jordan Warner also going over, while Charlie Bethell kicked two penalties.

Littlemore also fell to a third-straight defeat after losing 81-12 at Stow-on-the-Wold.

Rhys Painton and Ben Symington crossed for Nick Todd's side, with Jake Dawson converting the first.

In Southern Counties South, Grove were beaten 26-15 at Swindon College Old Boys.

Guy Nicholl scored two tries for the south Oxfordshire side, with Connor Hull kicking a conversion and a penalty.

Jack Smith ran in a hat-trick of tries as Wheatley beat Drifters 55-12 at home in the BB&O Premier.

Dan Rule (2), James Neal, Jack Taylor, who kicked two conversions, and Sanda Mpanza also went over as the club recorded their first win of the season.

Aaron Laman converted four tries and a penalty.

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  • Dan Bland wins this lineout for Wheatley Picture: Simon Chadbone

Gosford All Blacks made it three wins in a row with a 29-7 success at Tadley.

But it was clouded by an injury to Tom Costley, who broke his ankle.

Miles Johnson (2), Tim Ellis, Luke Newton and Harry Sutton crossed, with Costley and Ellis both kicking a conversion, as Gosford took over at the top.

Oxford beat Milton Keynes 37-3 at home.

Myles Smart-Everett (2), Tom Vecchione, Danny Williams, Thom Murton and Iouis Byrne crossed.

Murton kicked two conversions and a penalty.

Didcot drew 15-15 at Bletchley.

Ben Cox, Lawrence Birkhead and Thom Harrington crossed for the visitors.

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  • Thom Harrington dives over during Didcot's 15-15 draw with Bletchley Picture: Lee Massie

Chipping Norton stay top of the BB&O Championship after ending Abingdon’s unbeaten start with a 34-31 home victory.

Faringdon earned a 24-7 home win against Winslow.