DESPITE a narrow Cup loss to the Aldwins last weekend, there had to be a fair reward for the home side in this week’s game for a fine display of adventurous rugby
Park opened the scoring minutes into the start as center Ainsworth sliced through the defense to make room for winger Johnson to score a nice off try.
Frontline forward Williams was next to score as he charged a clearance to muster and score a try that Littler converted.
Visitors opened their account with a maul close to the line, however the test could not be converted
A bust of Fa’asavalu saw the ball recycled through several pairs of hands to eventually find the Kimberley prop on the spot to score a fine try, duly converted by Littler, who then added a successful penalty conversion bringing the score to the half time 22 points 5 points
Park was forced, due to injury, to bring in several substitutes during the match, which proved to be somewhat disruptive in the second half as the visitors took full advantage with another short-range score that failed has not been converted.
The home side further increased their lead as Man of the Match Webster provided a revealing pass to winger Littler, who evaded the defense and scored a try in the corner, which he then skillfully converted since the sideline.
As full time approached, excellent cross movement from the visitors provided them with a good try that was converted to end the game.
West Park is out of play until a visit to Wigan on December 11.