CHINNOR’S 27-match unbeaten home record came to a halt as London Irish Wild Geese claimed a shock 35-20 victory at Kingsey Road.

The National League 2 South high-fliers had not been beaten at their Thame base since January 30, 2016.

But Wild Geese inflicted a first home defeat in two years on Chinnor, who drop to second in the table.

The home side opened the scoring on 23 minutes, when Kieran Goss went over in the corner and Bertie Hopkin adding the extras..

Wild Geese responded 12 minutes later, though, Reon Joseph crossing under the posts for a converted try.

However, Chinnor led 10-7 at the break thanks to a Hopkin penalty.

The visitors took a four-point lead when George Owen went over for a converted try.

But Chinnor upped the tempo, restoring their advantage through Ben Manning.

However, Wild Geese went onto dominate and scored two tries to make it 28-15.

With time running out Nick Bingham had a try disallowed for the hosts, before George Oliver went over to cut the deficit to eight points.

But with Chinnor chasing the game, a misplaced pass saw the visitors cross again to round off victory.

Henley Hawks lost 34-6 at new leaders Cinderford.

The visitors took the lead through George Jackson’s penalty.

But unconverted tries from Alex Frame and Reuben Norville saw the hosts go seven points in front after 26 minutes.

Another Jackson penalty helped Hawks cut the deficit to four at half-time.

Cinderford had the wind behind them after the break and Tim Brockett went over to make it 15-6.

Henley’s Kieran Ball was sin-binned and the visitors began to tire.

As a result, Aaron Ryan, Frame, and Liam Hemming, who converted the latter two tries, all crossed in the last 12 minutes.