Eton Manor recorded an impressive victory over Amersham & Chiltern in their final home game of the London 1 North season.

Callum Craig went over for a debut try and Harry Bone also crossed the line, while Cameron Dutch added the rest of the points via conversions and penalties.

Manor were once again disrupted by unavailability in regard to their team selection which saw opportunities given to top performers from the second team.

Amersham kicked off a game that started fairly evenly, but it was Manor that were creating all of the early chances and, after a period sustained pressure, Amersham were penalised for illegally wheeling the scrum, with the referee awarding the hosts a penalty try.

Neither side could gain the upper hand on the game and the visitors registered their first points of the day when Manor came in at the side of a ruck, and the resulting penalty was struck between the posts.

Manor established a more dominant lead soon after as Craig marked his first team debut with a try, receiving the ball after it was popped up by Jamie Millais and diving over, and Dutch kicked in the conversion from wide to make it 14-3.

Another penalty doubled Amersham’s tally for the day but from the restart, Manor regained possession and Bone darted along the touchline to go over, and Dutch converted once more for a 21-6 lead at the break.

Manor kicked off the second half and their strong start was rewarded when Garth Tucker broke forward but as Amersham recycled possession, a knock-on halted the attack. The referee had been playing penalty advantage so Dutch took aim and increased the lead to 24-6.

Two late tries from Amersham, one of which was converted, did little to threaten the final result and the side put in a confidence-boosting performance ahead of the season finale next weekend away at Southend.