CHINNOR will have a tough assignment if they are to build on their brilliant display in the 22-5 home win against Taunton Titans.

That victory moved Chinnor up to third and ended a run of three winless matches at Kingsey Road as they successfully navigated tough opposition and Storm Arwen.

With the wind in their favour, they built up a 17 point lead in the first half and coasted to victory in the second.

The win moved Chinnor to within nine points of new National League 1 leaders, Rosslyn Park.

And that is exactly who Chinnor will be facing this weekend.

Chinnor will make the journey to the London side, who are on a five-match winning run in the league.

Rosslyn Park won 26-20 at Caldy last time out.

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Henley Hawks won 33-22 against Dings Crusaders last time out in National 2 South, to move up to fifth.

Henley travel to north Devon to take on Barnstaple (15th) at the weekend and will look to extend their three-game winning streak.

The Hawks are just four points behind league leaders Redruth.

Last week, Barnstaple lost 33-8 at Barnes.

As well as the Hawks, the Henley Bulls (2nd XV) have a friendly against Bishop’s Stortford 2nd XV at Dry Leas.

There is no game this week for the Vikings or Vultures.

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In South West 1 East, third place Oxford Harlequins will look to build on their 19-5 win against Beaconsfield when they travel to Bracknell, who are three points above them in second.

League leaders Banbury will also be seeking to keep up momentum when they host fifth place Trowbridge.

The north Oxfordshire side won 69-12 at Sherborne last time out.

Witney, in eighth, also won their last fixture, 19-14 away to Frome, and they are at home to Windsor (11th) this weekend.

Bottom of the league Grove were the only county side to lose at the weekend, a 43-22 defeat at home to Chippenham.

They travel to Frome, who sit above them in 13th, on Saturday.

In Southern Counties North, Gosford All Blacks (10th) travel to second place Reading following their entertaining 38-38 draw with Milton Keynes.

Bicester (11th) lost 21-12 at Aylesbury last weekend and host Reading Abbey, in seventh, this time out.

Wallingford, in ninth, travel to sixth place Marlow following their 34-7 home defeat to Stow-on-the-Wold.