BICESTER earned their first win of the season when beating High Wycombe 24-12 in Southern Counties North.

Christian Mann, Jos Edwards, who slotted two conversions, Charlie Bethell and Josaia Korobiau went over for the hosts.

Leaders Wallingford made it five wins in a row when beating Marlow 20-13 at home.

Carl Tappin and Dan Sadler crossed for the south Oxfordshire side, with Jackson Sayce converting both and kicking two conversions in the victory.

Bottom side Littlemore are still without a point after suffering a 53-7 defeat at Aylesbury.

Jake Dawson scored their try, with Stewart Beake adding the extras.

In Southern Counties South, Grove lost 36-27 at Walcot.

Jack Horrocks, James Monks, Ben Nicholl and Ollie Nicholl dived over for the visitors.

Ali McCarthy, who kicked a penalty, and Monks converted a try each.

Elias Charlett scored a hat-trick of tries as Oxford won 80-0 at Risborough in the BB&O Premier.

Tom O’Reilly (2), Josh Morris, Tom Murton, Louis Byrne, Karl Crockford, Danny Williams, Matt Dye and Ronan Casserley also crossed. Shane Turner kicked ten conversions.

Wheatley romped to a 62-10 victory at home to Hungerford.

Jack Smith (2), Sanda Mpanza (2), Aaron Laman, who kicked six conversions, Jordan Hook, Luke Agius, Hugo Stanford-Tuck, Ruvern Weir and Jack Atkinson crossed.

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  • Try-scorer Hugo Stanford-Tuck spreads the play during Wheatley's victory against Hungerford Picture: Matt Gibb

Table toppers Gosford All Blacks beat Bletchley 59-7 away, thanks to Joe McEneaney’s hat-trick.

Dan Hughes, Tim Price, Miles Johnson, Ben Gilkes, Joe Ballinger and Tim Ellis, who converted seven of the tries, also scored.

In the Championship, leaders Chipping Norton beat Berkshire Shire Hall 80-12, while Faringdon edged Aldermaston 27-24.

Harwell triumphed 37-5 against Winslow, with Josh Whitley (2), James Hoskyns-Jones (2), Matt Wild, Andy Blease and Tom Nicholas, who kicked a conversion, crossing.

Second-placed Abingdon beat Farnham Royal 58-5.