There were 11 tries scored in total with five in the first half and six in the second half.
An early score from the kick off set the tempo of the game after good work from Ed Jones stealing the ball led to a chip from Michael Brothers in the Wallingford 22 for Joe Stevens to catch and score under the posts. Ryan Greenstreet converted, 7-0.
The set piece was impressive all day with dominance in the lineout and scrum which created a platform for four further well worked tries for Joe Stevens, Josh Davies, Tom Wood and Tristan Lothian.
Ryan Greenstreet converting three out of four making the half time score 33-0.
As Wallingford tired in the second half this in turn created more space for Chiltern in attack and they continued to put on the pressure adding a further six tries.
Tristan Lothian scored a second half hat trick and Joe Stevens scored two further tries to give both wingers four tries each. Tom Wood who impressed on his debut scored his second of the game.
A further three conversions were added by Ryan Greenstreet making the final score 69-0.
Next week Chiltern travel to BBO2 runners up last season, Witney 3xv.
1 Leo Sykes 2 Patrick Esson 3 Harvey Gould 4 Colm Gilhooly (c) 5 Tom Collins (pl) 6 Giles Westgarth 7 Lee Morgan 8 Ed Jones 9 Michael Brothers 10 Jamie Fenton 11 Joe Stevens 12 Josh Davies (vc) 13 Tom Wood 14 Tristan Lothian 15 Ryan Greenstreet 16 Lewis Godfrey 17 Chris Coldwell 18 George Bartlett
Joe Stevens x4, Tristan Lothian x4, Tom Wood x2, Josh Davies
Ryan Greenstreet x7
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