THE wins keep totting up for a Winnington Park side currently playing within themselves.

Saturday’s seventh consecutive victory takes them into the Cheshire RFU Bowl final for a second successive season.

There they will meet New Brighton – struggling for league form in a division above – after the Wirral side dismissed Congleton 45-8 at the weekend.

Park’s progress rarely looked threatened by Dukinfield, having taken a 20-0 lead inside 30 minutes and ringing the changes at half time, but coach Matt Farr still sees plenty of room for improvement.

“This was a good win but we could have played better,” he said.

“We made too many mistakes and gave away too many penalties which fortunately were not capitalised upon by Dukinfield.

“It is positive when we have some depth in the squad to be able to rotate players and be confident with who is coming on.

“Dan Williams, Chris Sheppard and Shaun Underdown all had impressive games.”

Sustained early pressure led to Cameron Flanagan kicking the opening points with a penalty.

Williams side-stepped two players to reach the try line as Winnington started to dominate.

Pressure from the Park forwards led to the ball being fed along the line for winger Chris Sheppard to go over.

Farr brought on captain Dave Cross and within a minute Park were again on the scoresheet after a defence-splitting run by Sheppard paved the way for prop Shaun Underdown to support the back line and touch down.

Park then went off plan and paid the price as Dukinfield crashed over before an interval in which Andy Evans came off for Joe Robins, Sam Brookes took a break for Ryan Williams and Dan Snowden slipped off for Harry Stubbs.

The changes soon took effect, with Jack Williams darting over from 20 metres and then good ball skills and running leading to Lee Allmark crossing, with Flanagan converting both.

Introductions of Will Burgess, Ben Critchley and Mat Treacy sandwiched a Dukinfield interception try before Stubbs drove over for Park’s seventh score.

Williams broke away for Sheppard to put Williams over ahead of Treacy notching the last try.

Park | Underdown, Evans, Taylor, Snowden, Dave Cross, Treacy, Glendinning, Danny Williams, Jack Williams, Flanagan, Pugh, Brookes, Allmark, Moran, Sheppard Replacements Burgess, Stubbs, Hallworth, Dykes, Robbins, Critchley and Ryan Williams