After a week off from BBO2 Chiltern arrived at second placed local rivals High Wycombe.
The first 10 minutes was a close affair between the two teams and it took a clever kick from Michael Brothers to get Chiltern on the score board.
A kick on halfway exposed Wycombe’s back three and Jack Kenyon won the sprint who collected well and scored. Kenyon converted his own try
The second try came soon after when Josh Davies took a great line and sliced through the Wycombe back line. The conversion was missed
Chiltern were controlling possession and territory well and the third try came after a great line break by Ally Davidson to who offloaded to Josh Davies to his second try of the afternoon. The conversion by Jack Kenyon was succesful
A lapse of concentration for Chiltern on the counter attack led to a loose pass which wasn’t dealt which allowed Wycombe to score. The conversion missed
Chiltern finished the half with a penalty in front of the posts, Jack Kenyon converted to make the half time score three tries to one.
The fourth try was scored in the corner by Sam Woods on his debut who finished well after some good handling in the backs. Jack Kenyon converted.
Due to injuries in Wycombe's front row the match went to uncontested scrums which significantly took the buzz out of the game and the remainder of the match was a scrappy affair.
Wycombe scored a soft try after some weak tackling from Chiltern; a good finish from the Wycombe winger. The conversion missed in front of the posts
The match finished with Chiltern collecting the bonus point win and going third in the table.
Next week Chiltern host second placed Reading Abbey.
1 Lewis Godfrey 2 Adam Cook 3 Harvey Gould 4 Luke Donnebaum (c) 5 Tom Collins 6 Lewis Culverhouse 7 Lee Morgan 8 Jack Freeman 9 Michael Brothers 10 Gus Pollard 11 Johnny Rice 12 Ally Davidson 13 Josh Davies (vc) 14 Jack Kenyon 15 Jamie Fenton 16 Elliot Turner 17 Chris Coldwell 18 Sam Woods
Josh Davies x2
Jack Kenyon x3
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