HENLEY Hawks crashed to a 90-17 defeat at home to 14-try Cinderford in National League 2 South.

Kai Little (2), Nathan Taylor, Matt Lane and Harry Hone crossed before the break to make it 33-3.

Connor Murphy kicked a penalty for Hawks.

Tries from Liam Hemming (2), Reuben Norville and Terence Barbarinsa extended their lead to 61-3.

Hawks replied when Harry Burn raced over and Murphy converted.

But Cinderford compounded Henley’s misery, when James Moffat, Lane, Norville and Broady crossed.

Hawks’ Tom Emery crashed over late on and Murphy converted, but it was a day to forget.

Moffat converted ten of the hosts’ tries.

Chinnor won 43-24 at London Irish Wild Geese.

The visitors went 14-0 up, thanks to tries from Henry Lamont and Harry Casson.

Irish had a man sin-binned and Chinnor’s Casson went onto complete his hat-trick with two more tries, sandwiching a Jamel Hamilton effort.

George Owen replied for the hosts, who trailed 31-5.

Jonny Bentley’s try extended Chinnor’s advantage but, with Lamont sin-binned, Wild Geese scored through Harry Rowlands, Pete Hodgkinson converting.

Lamont returned and went over to make it 43-12, before Hodgkinson replied.

Chinnor’s Daz Oliver was sin-binned and the hosts claimed a bonus point, when Zaki Chamnaoui crossed.

Greg Goodfellow converted four of Chinnor’s tries.