WEST Park defeated Trafford MV 67-5 to make light of the terrible weather conditions.

They put on a sparkling display of flowing rugby, crossing for a total of 11 tries, six of which being converted by winger Jack Holland, who added a try of his own for good measure.

Speedy and elusive winger Ryan Littler scored two tries , his overall contribution to the game being first class , and a deft kick inside to flanker Paddy Loughnane provided a valuable try assist, added to later after his 40 metre run assisting second row forward Lewis Harris also to score.

Hooker Tom Williams was once again in the thick of the action throughout , and as a testimony to his fitness and enthusiasm was on hand to cross for a hat trick of tries himself.

Front row colleague Ollie Berry was also prominent, particularly in attack, and scored a delightful try after neat inter-passing between himself and fellow prop Martin Kimberley.

An outstanding break by flanker Lewis Whitty saw him outstrip he visitor’s defence to score a good try, and after a neat inside pass from centre Dominic Basley to second row Matt Cozens, the ever supporting full back John Pape crossed for a memorable try.

This was a comprehensive win as the score suggests and testimony to excellent teamwork, the result being particularly pleasing given the poor conditions, and well managed throughout by the “frozen” man in the middle with the whistle.

West Park’s next game is scheduled for January 5 2019 when they travel to Aldwinians for what should be expected to be a far more testing contest.