CHINNOR delivered a point a minute rugby in their spellbinding defeat of Taunton Titans, to stay top of National League 1.

The hosts notched up 80 points against a valiant Taunton side, who opened the scoring from an early penalty.

Chinnor though produced a display of attacking rugby, which included 12 tries. George Worboys enjoyed a superb individual performance, with three tries and 10 conversions.

Under director of rugby Nick Easter, Chinnor have delivered the best defence and attack in National League 1, and showcased that against Taunton.

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After conceding an early three points, Chinnor struck back when captain Willie Ryan crashed over after a superb break from scrum half Luke Carter.

Chinnor started to purr, with some fantastic interplay and long-range attacks orchestrated by James Bourton and Nick Smith.

A break from Smith found Worboys inside, to open his account, before Grant Hughes finished another long-range effort, and after Max Clementson and Rob Hardwick touched down from driving mauls, Chinnor went into the break at 32-3.

The hosts stormed into the second half with two quickfire tries from Worboys and Will Feeney, with the pace not relinquished as tries from Carter, Smith and a lovely finish from Will Glister on his debut meant they were scoring at a point a minute.

Worboys bagged his hat-trick when he swerved through the defence, and Hughes scored in the corner to put rampant Chinnor on 80 points.

Titans never gave up and in the 80th minute, Charlie Wright intercepted and ran the length of the pitch to score a converted try, taking the visitors to 10.