Holland cleans up for battling Chinnor
Caldy ................ 17 Chinnor ............ 20
CALDY took the lead in the opening minute after a penalty, which was quickly cancelled out as Chinnor made an impressive move down the wing with the final in-field pass allowing Craig Holland to score under the posts.
The first half then became scrappy, with Caldy being outfought in all areas of the field.
Chinnor had more strength in the scrum and frustrated Caldy.
An increased number of errors allowed the visitors to extend the lead through two Holland penalties to take a ten-point lead at halftime.
Chinnor's Jack Gilding was sin binned after a collapsed scrum on the hour mark, which prompted a change of fortunes for the home side.
Caldy were looking for inspiration and it came at the midway point of the second half when Rhys Hayes broke from the scrum and, with some fantastic footwork, broke through the Chinnor defence to score the home side's first try of the afternoon.
With Caldy’s tails up they took the lead through a JJ Dickinson try with 15 minutes to go to get their nosesc in front.
With the crowd behind them, it looked like the home side were on course for the win.
But just four minutes later, Holland finished off a great Chinnor move to seal a hard-fought victory and deflate the home support.