WEST Park provided a sound and disciplined performance to beat a rugged Oldham opposition 33-15 to continue their fine run, to remain unbeaten in all six games in 2022.

Although the home side opened the scoring with a try, the game was very even for the first 20 minutes, the deadlock eventually being broken as full back Jack Holland collected a poor clearance kick and weaved his way over from some 40 metres to score a try which he went on to convert himself.

The half time score of 7pts to 5 pts changed soon after the resumption, as the home side scored again from close range after a forwards drive.

The try however went unconverted but gave them a three-point lead Park were soon sparked back into life from this setback.

After an excellent handling movement involving several players, an astute pass from stand off Hill found winger Houlton who crossed for a try which was not converted Stand off Hill was next on the score sheet, dummying his way through the defence for a trade mark try which Holland converted.

Oldham continued to press and scored their third try , again not converted, narrowing the points gap to four.

The visitors however finished strongly, Hill this time providing space for Webster to score from close range and then providing a neat chip over the on rushing defence for winger and adjudged man of the match Johnson to win the race for the touchdown and notch Park's fifth try, both converted by Holland.

West Park next week travel to Aldwinians, the following week making the long trip to face Fleetwood