CHINNOR delivered one of their best all-round displays of the season to record an historic 30-17 win at Bishop’s Stortford.

The Oxfordshire side had lost all five of their previous games at Silver Leys, but a hat-trick from Nick Selway helped them return to fourth place in National League 1.

Stortford opened the scoring on 15 minutes when Al Gliksten crossed for an unconverted try, but Chinnor went 7-5 in front just six minutes later.

Selway plunged over from a driving line-out and Caolan Ryan converted.

Stortford re-took the lead on 27 minutes thanks to George Keen’s unconverted try.

However, Chinnor dominated the rest of the half, with Jason Worrall and Selway crossing, Ryan converting the former, to lead 19-10 at the break.

The visitors extended their advantage within ten minutes of the second period when Selway completed his hat-trick from another driving line-out, before Ryan added a penalty.

Chinnor’s Will Harries was sin-binned late on and Stortford’s Sam Winter crossed, George Cullen converting.

But another Ryan penalty ensured a comfortable final few minutes for Chinnor.

Henley Hawks went top of National League 2 South with a 33-7 victory at Worthing.

David Hyde took just three minutes to touch down for the visitors, Ben Bolster converting.

It got even better when Tom Emery went over, Bolster adding the two points to make it 14-0.

Worthing responded with a converted try of their own to make it 14-7 at the break.

Henley’s Will Janes received a yellow card early in the second half, but Sam Lunnon went over minutes later, Bolster again proving reliable with the boot.

George Griffiths made it 26-7 with a 50th-minute try, before Rory Mason crashed over, Bolster converting once more.