HARRY Stubbs made a memorable return to the Winnington Park line-up on Saturday.

Another reshuffled line-up took to the field against Keswick – the side immediately above them in the North Two West table – as injuries and unavailability once again hindered coach Matt Farr’s plans.

Not that it showed – what followed was a fabulous, nine-try display as Park won 59-23 at Burrows Hill to leap up to third in the table with their fifth win in six home games.

The returning Stubbs crossed for a hat-trick of tries while 18-year-old Jack England marked his debut with the game’s final score.

Alex Glendinning touched down twice, with Chris Twigg and Mat Treacey also on the scoresheet.

Park started in dominant fashion and early pressure from the forwards resulted in Glendinning scoring his first try and within 10 minutes, Twigg had crossed for an unconverted score.

Keswick found some pace and accuracy to register their first try shortly afterwards, but a knock-on in midfield followed by a good run from Will Morrillo led to Glendinning breaking tackles to score again.

Treacey’s try was followed by another Keswick score as Park turned around with a relatively healthy 26-13 lead and they continued the pressure after the break – Glendinning’s quick tap penalty caught the visitors out and led to Stubbs’ first try.

Stubbs then doubled his tally before the sides swapped penalty tries and yellow cards, with Twigg sitting for 10 minutes for Park.

With less than 10 minutes left, Stubbs completed his hat-trick and there was still time for England to cap his debut in style as he finished off a superb break from Ben Cann for the final try of the game.

With their form at home excellent, Park will aim to replicate it on the road on Saturday as they visit second-place Rochdale.