WALLINGFORD made it back-to-back wins in Southern Counties North when beating Buckingham 23-12 away.

But the victory was overshadowed by an injury to Tom Swainston, who dislocated his elbow.

Nathan Chapman and Pete McKinley crossed for Wallingford, with Jack Edwards converting both and kicking three penalties.

Littlemore suffered a 33-15 defeat at home to Slough.

The hosts lost Darren Massey, Ben Symington and Jonny Gerrard to injury in the space of three first-half minutes.

Littlemore had led 15-14 at the break, thanks to tries from Stewart Beale and Ryan James, with Gerrard, who also kicked a penalty, and Rich Tattersall converting.

Bicester were beaten 24-20 at home by Aylesbury.

Dave Aslett, Charlie Bethell, who kicked a conversion and a penalty, and Dan Spencer crossed.

In Southern Counties South, Grove lost 48-32 at home to Sherborne.

Craig Burrows’s side made a poor start as they trailed by 21 points mid-way through the first half.

Danny Ferguson, Steve Dixey, Connor Hull, who kicked two conversions and a penalty, Dave Maryon and Guy Nicholl went over for Grove.

Ben Bodinham scored four tries as Gosford All Blacks beat Risborough 86-14 at home in the BB&O Premier.

Tim Hudson Price (3), Dan Hughes (2), Tom Costley (2), who kicked eight conversions, Chris Bennett, James Groves and Andrew Schwarz also went over.

Charlie Ellis crossed twice as Didcot earned a 39-10 home win over Wheatley.

Ben McLoughlin, Lawrence Birkhead and Gareth Jones also went over, with Josh Witts converting four times and kicking two penalties.

Sanda Mpanza crossed for Wheatley’s only try, which Aaron Laman, who also landed a penalty, converted.

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Martin Pike scored 11 points to help Oxford secure a 36-21 win at Hungerford.

He went over for a try and kicked three conversions.

Myles Smart-Everett (2), Will Boyes, Joe Berrie and Jack Sullivan-Webb also crossed.

In the Championship, hosts Faringdon beat Harwell 45-22.

Owen Sutcliffe (2), Dave Edwards and Sam Froud-Davis crossed for the visitors. Aidan Robbins converted one try.

Abingdon earned a 39-0 win at Aldermaston.

Charlie Palmer, George Law, Lee Taylor, Dale Cross, Josh Harwood, Liam Dahle and Jamie Cummings went over.

Lewis Stacey and Chris Stables kicked a conversion each.

Chipping Norton beat Phoenix 43-7.