Amersham & Chiltern went into the Christmas break on the back of another clean sweep, meaning that hopes of promotion at all levels are high.
Following a 32-0 win away to Gosford All Blacks, the 1st XV are now second only on points difference in the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Premier league as leaders Newbury lost to Broadmoor.
League action resumes on January 10 when Chiltern host Drifters at Weedon Lane and will need to be on top of their game if their winning form is to continue.
Having not played a match for three weeks, a rusty Chiltern might have scored even more points at Gosford.
Rastelli opened the scoring with a try in the left corner, followed by a try from Culverhouse after good handling in the Chiltern backs.
The Chiltern scrummage dominated but a strong Gosford defence kept Chiltern at bay and two opportunities for pushover tries went begging because of handling errors at the back of the scrum.
Just before half time a Kinsey penalty was followed up by a good team try finished by Foster which Kinsey converted.
The second half followed a similar pattern to the first, with Chiltern scoring a further two tries from Allen and a pushover try by Schrauwers. Man of the match was George Shanks who was a rock at tight head prop.
The Saxons (2nd XV) won convincingly 31-7 against Redingensians and are now also second in the BBO Premier A, while the unbeaten thirds won 27-0 against a determined Princes Risborough side, newly formed this season.