Two late tries from scrum half Toby Prescott earned Chinnor a bonus point in a 24-0 victory at Chippenham in National 3 South West.

Prescott notched on 71 and 77 minutes to cap a powerful Chinnor display in very wet and windy conditions.

The visitors had to absorb some early pressure before taking the lead on ten minutes when fly half Mark Chase ran a good line to score under the posts and convert.

It was attritional stuff for most of the half, but Chinnor’s pack held sway.

This was shown on 55 minutes when the visitors were awarded a penalty try, converted by Chase, after a punishing set of scrums.

Skipper Matt Hutchings made his return from injury off the bench as his pack maintained their dominance.

Prescott’s first try came after a skilful passing move with his backs, while his second was similar, with some dazzling footwork thrown in.

Oxford Harlequins were held to a draw for the second week running –this time 5-5 at home to Bournemouth.

Quins had more of the possession, but could not quite sneak a win.

Their best chance came when wing Grant Rickner was tackled two metres short after a 45-metre run on 71 minutes.

They took the lead with a well-worked try on 15 minutes when lock Morgan Cross and Andy Boyle set up flanker Tim Knapp to dive over.

Centre Dom Maley came close to unlocking the Bourne-mouth defence, but the visitors equalised with a try from wing Will Pope after 37 minutes.

Quins had to defend well early in the second half, and No 8 Jason Welburn was outstanding in his driving play.