NICK Smith’s penalty in the last play earned Chinnor a draw at Cinderford.

The full back held his nerve as the National League 1 match ended 10-10, stretching the Thame side’s unbeaten away run against their Gloucestershire opponents to six games.

Cinderford opened the scoring when Nathan Taylor went over at the back of a driving maul for an unconverted try.

The hosts dominated the first half territorially, but were unable to add to their tally.

With the wind at Chinnor backs in the second half, they took the lead when Josh Pieterse drove over from close range. Smith added the extras to make it 7-5.

With seven minutes to go, Oli Curry was red carded at a ruck just inside the Chinnor half, after he attempted to free himself, with the assistant referee feeling he made contact with the head of a Cinderford player.

The hosts made the extra man count as Mike Holden dived over for an unconverted try.

Chinnor went all out and a penalty was their reward, with Smith slotting the three points.

In National 2 East, Henley Hawks won 30-26 at Worthing.

Oxford Quins won 24-17 at home to Bracknell in Regional 1 South Central. Banbury were beaten 31-24 at Royal Wootton Bassett.

In Regional 2 Tribute South Central, Witney narrowly beat Newbury Blues 15-14. Grove lost 33-29 at home to Salisbury.

Wallingford edged past Gosford All Blacks, winning 16-15 in Counties 1 Tribute Southern North. Bicester thrashed Reading Abbey 57-14.