FOR Winnington, another forward step.

That coach Matt Farr can still see plenty of room for improvement after watching his side score six tries – and record a fourth victory in five matches – is encouraging too.

He said: “We started, and ended, strongly.

“In between, there were too many errors. But to win while being below our best is great achievement.”

Stand-off Cameron Flanagan had a flawless afternoon, converting all of the visitors’ tries against a familiar foe that the Northwich club defeated three times between league and cup last season.

Both teams were promoted, but Park’s adjustment to a higher level has been smoother so far.

They took the lead after seven minutes last Saturday when scrum-half Matt Cross picked up the ball from a ruck and darted through a gap in the home team’s defence.

Liverpool replied with a successful penalty-kick, and an arm-wrestle followed until Alex Glendinning finished a forwards-led move to add to his team’s tally.

Danny Williams then broke the defensive line with a trademark surge before inviting Harry Stubbs to claim Park’s third try.

Their hosts reduced a gap on the scoreboard when they moved through a series of phases before dotting down in the corner.

Flangan’s three-point attempt made it 24-8 early in the second-half before Park let their standards slip.

Liverpool were again alert enough to capitilise, and they charged down an attempted clearance before notching a second try that this time was converted.

Stubbs’ break then set up Chris Sheppard, in support, for a try that secured for Winnington a bonus-point.

James Johnson fed Danny Williams for their next score before Liverpool responded with a consolation.

A final flourish was provided by prop Shaun Underdown’s unstoppable carry before he off-loaded to hooker Andrew Evans.

Flanagan’s kicking remained reliable.

Park | Underdown, Evans, Eaves, Hallworth, Snowden, Stubbs, Glendinning, Danny Williams, Matt Cross, Flanagan, Twigg, Brookes, Johnson, Sheppard, Jack Williams Replacements Robins, Pugh, Moran Tries Matt Cross, Glendinning, Stubbs, Sheppard, Danny Williams, Evans Cons Flanagan (6) Pen Flanagan