JASON Worrall scored two tries as Chinnor made it five games unbeaten with a 34-22 win over Cambridge.

Josh McNulty, Sam Yawayawa and Nick Selway also crossed as the Thame-based side closed the gap to National League 1’s frontrunners with a third successive home win.

Cambridge took the lead on 12 minutes when Matthew Hema forced his way over, Lawrence Rayner converting.

Chinnor hit back moments later, though, as McNulty was driven over from a lineout, Laurence May adding the extras.

Hema was sin-binned for the visitors and the hosts took advantage to lead 19-7 after 34 minutes when Worrall and Yawawaya crossed, May converting once.

Chinnor had Carl Kirwan yellow-carded at the end of the first half and Cambridge came out firing after the break.

Joe Tarrant’s unconverted score reduced the lead, but the Oxfordshire side responded well as Worrall dived over for his second try of the game, May converting, to make it 26-12.

Mike Mayhew’s score reduced Chinnor’s lead again, but the hosts were always in control and a May penalty kept the visitors at arm’s length before Selway’s try put the result beyond doubt.

Mayhew was driven over again late on for Cambridge, but it was merely a bonus-point for the visitors.

Henley Hawks moved second in National 2 South after a fine 36-27 comeback victory over Dings Crusaders.

Ewan Fenley put the visitors ahead with an early try, but the home side hit back and led 15-5 at half-time after two tries, a conversion and penalty.

Fenley’s second score of the game, converted by Benny Bolster, reduced the deficit.

And the same combination put Henley ahead when Fenley sprinted clear to complete a hat-trick.

The scrum half then made it an incredible four tries as Henley moved 24-15 ahead.

Tom Emery, who had returned to the pitch after an earlier yellow card, scored his side’s fifth try to cancel out a Dings score and make it 31-20.

Marcus Lowe made the points safe with try No 6 and although Dings went over again, Henley held on.