WINNINGTON Park ran in more than a dozen tries last weekend in a one-sided encounter.

A defeat elsewhere for Liverpool Collegiate, their closest-rivals, will have made the bonus-point they collected feel even more precious afterwards.

Matt Farr’s men did not look back from the moment Harry Stubbs, returning to the starting line-up after recovering from an injury, crashed over inside two minutes.

Cameron Flanagan converted.

Captain Dave Cross then stormed through Port Sunlight’s defence from the restart, signalling a long afternoon ahead for the visitors.

Stubbs dotted down again following a neat move before Joe Robbins collected Flanagan’s cross-field kick to increase the hosts’ tally.

Newcomer Matt Fowler was next to score, running onto Robbins’ pass.

Stubbs completed his hat-trick and Cross grabbed a second try before Ben Critchley stormed up the middle of the field to complete the first-half scoring at Burrows Hill.

Flanagan improved on six of the eight tries to make it 52-0 at the break.

The away team rallied initially afterwards, and a quarter-hour passed before Stubbs peeled off a driving maul to break the deadlock.

Farr sent on all of his replacements for the remainder and one of them, Chris Heale, claimed a try shortly afterwards.

Shaun Underdown barged over after a charge up the flank before Lee Allmark added his name to a growing list of scorers.

Further tries followed before full-time from Robbins and Cross, who gleefully celebrated his third try from the contest’s final play.

James Johnson, who had taken over kicking duty from Flanagan, successfully converted.

Park | Underdown, Robbins, Eaves, Dave Cross, Snowden, Treacy, Fowler, Stubbs, Johnson, Flanagan, Critchley, Brookes, Ryan Williams, Brown, Allmark Replacements Burgess, Hallworth, Heale, Pugh, Matt Cross Tries Stubbs (4), Dave Cross (3), Robbins (2), Fowler, Critchley, Heale, Underdown, Allmark Cons Flanagan (7), Johnson (3)