GOSFORD All Blacks ended a seven-match losing run when beating Beaconsfield 15-0 in Southern Counties North.

Tries from Tom Price and Jack Briggs helped the visitors, who sit second from bottom in the table, record their third victory of the season.

Rick O’Mahoney was sin-binned for the home side, after an incident which led to All Blacks’s Luke Newton leaving the field injured.

Gosford took the lead on 18 minutes when Price dotted down for an unconverted try.

Chris Bennett’s penalty extended their advantage after the break and it was soon 15-0 when Briggs intercepted a pass and sprinted away to go over under the posts. Tim Ellis converted.

That proved to be the last of the scoring as Gosford stunned a Beaconsfield side to whom they had lost 52-10 earlier in the campaign.

Second-placed Bicester beat Buckingham 23-11 away.

The home side took the lead on 13 minutes when Phil Wright scampered over, before Ed Kinman’s drop-goal made it 8-0.

Bicester responded when Charlie Bethell hurtled across and Tom Miles added the extras.

Miles then kicked a penalty to put the visitors 10-8 in front.

Bicester’s Tevita Naleca was sin-binned and Kinman’s penalty gave the home side a one-point lead.

The visitors then went down to 13 men as Wes Westaway was yellow-carded, but they survived without conceding again and went on to win the game.

Naleca scorched over and Miles converted, before the latter kicked two penalties to seal the victory.

Dan Sadler scored two tries as Wallingford beat Bletchley 41-26.

Ralph Smith, Jermaine Webster, Jack Greenway and James Wiltshire also crossed, with Tom Swainston kicking 11 points.