CHINNOR extended their unbeaten run to four games in National League 1 as they played out a 10-10 draw at Plymouth Albion.

Laurence May converted Sam Yawayawa’s try with 11 minutes to go to earn two points for the visitors.

The contest proved a real arm-wrestle, with Chinnor losing lock Cameron Gray to an ankle injury and the first points of the game not coming until the 53rd minute.

The Thame-based side took the lead through May’s penalty, but the hosts hit back through James Salter’s try, Daniel Powell converting.

A Powell penalty extended the lead to seven points, but Chinnor showed great character to come back.

Jason Worrall burst through a gap and offloaded to Carl Kirwan, who found Yawayawa on the left.

The winger had work to do but powered over, May landing a tricky conversion.

Chinnor finished the contest in the ascendancy, but were unable to draw a penalty in the closing stages.

Henley Hawks kept up the pressure on the National League 2 South leaders with a 34-22 win over Barnes.

Prop Charlie Hughes scored a first-half hat-trick to set the hosts on their way.

His first effort was unconverted and Barnes briefly led 10-5 through a penalty and converted try.

Ben Bolster added the extras after Hughes’s next two tries, before Jack Robinson crossed to put Henley 24-10 up at the break.

Bolster added a penalty and converted Sam Lunnon's try to stretch the gap to 24 points.

The visitors hit back with two tries in the last five minutes, one of which was converted, but it was too little, too late.