CRAIG Holland scored all of Chinnor's points as they came out on top against Caldy in windy conditions at Paton Field as Caldy's poor form continued having now not won in the league since December 8.

An injury crisis at the club was added to when Martin Gerrard suffered an ankle injury during Thursday night's training session which made for some unfamiliar names on the teamsheet including Jake Squirrel who made an impressive debut on loan from Preston Grasshoppers.

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 seeing Holland 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 who were not able to get in any rhythm and errors allowed them to extend the lead through penalties to take a 10-point lead at half-time.

Chinnor's Jack Gilding was sin-binned after a collapsed scrum on the hour mark and saw 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 tails up they took the lead through a JJ Dickinson try with 15 minutes to go and with the crowd behind them it looked like there would only be one winner but just four minutes later Holland finished off a great Chinnor move to seal the victory.

Caldy now face a vital away trip this coming weekend as they travel to London to face Esher who are currently in the third relegation spot six points and three places behind Caldy.