MATT Farr warned afterwards that Winnington Park will be pushed harder when they play next.

However the head coach got everything he wanted as his side extended a winning sequence to 13 matches in South Lancs/Cheshire Division Two this season.

A trip to third-placed Heaton Moor follows on Saturday.

“We made some silly errors and need to be sharper,” said Farr.

“But Of course I’m pleased with the result, and it was great for all the lads to get back out there on the field.”

They were on their way to a third victory of the campaign against Dukinfield from the moment Harry Stubbs skittled opponents in his path to open the scoring.

Cameron Flanagan added the extras.

Park did not add their tally until wing Aaron Brown ran in the first of his three tries midway through the half.

Matt Treacy charged down an attempted clearance before claiming the next try, converted by Flanagan, before the visitors notched their only score of the contest.

Danny Williams went over next, and a successful conversion left his side 26-5 in front.

He looked certain to repeat the trick at the start of the second-half only to be held up close to the line.

However an offload to skipper Dave Cross did the trick.

Farr introduced Will Burgess and Gary Dykes from the bench, but the pattern did not change.

Williams touched down again at the end of a controlled drive, with Flanagan again on target, before full-back Lee Allmark got in on the act following a flowing move.

Flanagan remained reliable.

Brown sprinted to the line next, and did so again moments later with tiring defenders in his wake.

A final try arrived late on when hooker Andrew Evans concluded another rehearsed drive and Jack Williams, with Flanagan taking a breather, added the extras.

Park | Underdown, Evans, Eaves, Snowden, Dave Cross, Stubbs, Treacy, Danny Williams, Jack Williams, Flanagan, Brown, Brookes, Ryan Williams, Pugh, Allmark Replacements Burgess, Dykes, Matt Cross, Moran Tries Stubbs, Brown (3), Treacy, Danny Williams (2), Dave Cross, Allmark, Evans Cons Flanagan (7), Jack Williams