JASON Worrall’s late try decided an action-packed National League 1 contest as Chinnor made it back-to-back home victories with a 32-29 triumph over Bishops Stortford.

The Oxfordshire side went 14-0 up after 13 minutes when Luc Jeannot and Kieran Goss went over, Laurence May converting.

But Stortford closed to within two points at the break, thanks to tries from Chris Smith and Tom Walker, the latter converting the first.

The visitors started the second period in the same vein and Sam Winter’s score put them 19-14 in front after Walker added the extras.

But Chinnor hit back brilliantly and driving line-outs led to two unconverted tries from Nick Selway as they retook the lead.

May’s penalty extended their advantage after 66 minutes, but Stortford were not finished.

Smith scored his second try, Walker adding the extras, as Chinnor’s lead was cut to 27-26.

A Walker penalty then put the visitors in front for a second time on 70 minutes, but the hosts dug deep.

Another driving line-out pinned Stortford on their own try-line and the ball was worked wide for Worrall to dive over in the corner for what proved to be the match-winning score with five minutes to go.

Henley Hawks climbed to second in National 2 South with a 63-7 crushing of Worthing.

Jack Robinson set the ball rolling with two tries in the first six minutes, the second coming from a 70-metre run, Ben Bolster converting both.

Hawks were dominant and Reuben Norville scored the first of his three tries midway through the half, before Ewan Fenley secured the bonus point well before half-time.

Norville added his second and third tries before the break, Bolster making it six conversions from six to stretch the lead to 42-0.

Robinson completed his hat-trick when he touched down one minute after the restart, before Worthing scored a converted try of their own.

Fenley scored his second try for the hosts before Alex Burrage got in on the act, with Bolster successfully kicking all nine of his conversions.