The first half was a tense affair, with both sides making countless unforced errors. Chiltern scored two trys, with one being converted and Buckingham kicked a penalty to end the half 12-3 in Chilterns favour. It could have been a lot closer following a break away from the Buckingham Wing, but Luca Fahy showed real pace and determination to chase back and make a vital try saving tackle.
Chiltern settled in the second half and started to put some phases together which resulted in a number of well worked trys, with two by Charlie Keith and three from Skipper Oliver Webb to put the match beyond Buckingham. To their credit Buckingham never gave up which made for a really competitive match.
The Chiltern Back Row of Fahy, Taylor and Webb were all prolific throughout, but The Man of the Match went to Chiltern Blindside Flanker, Ben Taylor, for his tireless work rate and massive hits in the tackle.
Final score 43-3 to the home side.
Alex Rutter, Laurie Stredwick, Tom Patrick, Casper Jack, Charlie Keith, Ben Taylor, Luca fahy, Oliver Webb, Tim Hayes, Charlie Barrett, James Spicer, Will Stanford, Seb Phillips, Paraic Delaney, William Evans, James Webster, Dom Wood, Ollie Hales, Thomas Welham, Wilkie Ainsworth-Coles, Rob Wandrag