WINNINGTON did what they had to on Saturday, registering a comfortable victory against depleted opponents.

It preserved a perfect record in the league this season at Burrows Hill, where they have scored two-thirds of their total points in four matches.

A trip to Oldershaw, who have lost all six matches to date, follows this weekend.

Following a scrappy start, Lewis Pickering collected a pass from captain Dave Cross before opening the scoring against Moore.

He repeated the trick shortly afterwards, this time prompted by player-coach Ian Moriarty.

Fly-half Cameron Flanagan converted to make it 12-0.

The Warrington outfit were resilient though, and replied with a converted try of their own to reduce the deficit.

Danny Williams gave his side breathing space before the break, helping himself to two tries – both converted by Flanagan – at the same time as securing a bonus point.

The scrappy nature of the contest continued after the interval, and the home team frustrated head coach Roger Pickering with careless handling and poor execution of core skills.

Their superior fitness, and numerical advantage, told in the final quarter though when they ran in six tries.

Flanagan, enjoying a reliable afternoon, added extras to all but one.

Pickering and Williams both competed a personal treble, while Cross got his name on the scoresheet too.

Craig Lamb and newcomer Joe Morritt did the same.

However the best try was scored by Alex Snasdell, filling in at prop after a series of injuries left Park decimated in the front row.

After receiving the ball deep inside his own half, he avoided several attempts to tackle him on the right before touching down between the posts.

Park | Eaves, Josh Brown, Snasdell, Dave Cross, Billington, Treacy, Danny Williams, Moriarty, Allmark, Flanagan, Lamb, Lewis Pickering, Morritt, Gibbins, Phillips Replacements Nick Brown, Dykes, Moran Tries Lewis Pickering (3), Danny Williams (3), Dave Cross, Snasdell, Lamb, Morritt Cons Flanagan (8)