TWO tries from Alex Caviezel Cox helped Banbury Bulls come from behind to beat Old Patesians 36-17 in South West 1 East.

The hosts dominated the first 15 minutes but the visitors opened the scoring, Gareth Jenkins diving over and Marcus Raymond adding the two points.

Duncan Leese produced some quick-thinking to touch down under the posts after Nick Pratt was held up, before kicking the conversion himself.

But the home side left an opening for Old Patesians and Matthew Dean crossed, with the conversion making it 14-7.

Tommy Gray turned the tide as he burst through and released Dan Kirwin for a converted try, before he went over himself.

The conversion made it 21-14 at the break, but the visitors reduced the deficit with a penalty early in the second half.

From then it was all Banbury, with Gray their creator-in-chief yet again as he chipped into the corner for Joe Mills to touch down and secure the bonus point.

Mills then made a brilliant run from his own 22 to set up Caviezel Cox, who completed the scoring late on with his second try.

Oxford Harlequins were in rampant form as they dismantled Wimborne 52-7.

Johnny Henderson opened the scoring with a 15th-minute try, Dan Todd converting.

Freddie Myatt crossed to increase the lead, Todd adding the extras again, but the visitors suffered the twin setbacks of a yellow card for Harry Burn and Nick Harris dislocating his shoulder.

Wimborne responded, scoring a converted try to cut the gap to 14-7 at half-time.

After the break it was all Quins, Myatt touching down again and Todd adding the extras.

Callum Cashman and Sheldon Graddon were forced off with injury, but Matt Henderson went over shortly after to make it 28-7 after Todd’s conversion.

The fly half kicked a penalty, before late tries from Joel Williams, Charlie Hopkins and Burn, all converted by Todd, completed the scoring.