WINNINGTON Park's reshuffled team achieved a bonus-point win at Orrell that was needed to maintain the hunt for a third-place finish in RFU North Two West.

Park overhauled the bottom side 45-26 in a fixture that had been rearranged, which meant some players were not available.

Winnington established a 34-14 lead by the break which laid the platform for the success and set up the scene for this Saturday's visit to third-placed Keswick, who are three points clear of Park on the ladder but have played two games more.

Alex Glendinning powered over from a quick tap for the opening try converted by Cam Flanagan (0-7).

The restart was kicked out on the full by Orrell and Park secured the ball from the scrum and a chip through by James Johnson was chased by Lee Allmark who added a second converted try with only six minutes on the clock.

Orrell indiscipline gave Park opportunities and Flanagan kicked a penalty on 11 minutes to keep the scoreboard ticking over.

On 15 minutes Park were in again when a clever kick by Alex Burrage was perfect for Allmark to score his second try.

Orrell replied with a converted try a couple of minutes later from a scrum in the Park 22.

Ashley Harding crossed for Park's fourth and bonus-point try following a great passage of play among the backs.

Another great handling move through the backs led to Burrage notching Park's final converted try of a half which was finished by Orrell touching down from a chip kick.

An Orrell high tackle led to Flanagan kicking a penalty for the opening score of the second half.

The hosts pulled a try back but Park continued to dominate and were threatening with every phase.

Park struck again with a great play off a scrum and the ball was recycled quickly from a ruck five metres out for Matt Treacy to cross.

The game then became a battle of attrition and with the penalty count rising a couple of yellow cards changed the game.

Park had one last penalty which was converted by Flanagan but Orrell got a last converted try to round off the scoring.

Park: Lee Allmark, Ben Critchley, Alex Burrage, Will Morrillo, Ashley Harding, Cameron Flanagan, James Johnson, Andrew Evans, Mike Eaves, Joe Cook, Matt Treacy, Kieran Taylor, Josh Gibbins, Tom Dodson, Alex Glendinning, John McHugh and Aiden Flanagan.