WITH a remarkably efficient display of open rugby, especially in the second half of this League fixture, West Park eventually won comfortably scoring seven tries to two tries in a 44-12 win at Leigh.

After almost 30 mins into the game Leigh scored a converted try which cancelled out an earlier score by Speight, with Park taking the lead again as centre Littler followed up his own kick to score wide out.

However on the stroke of half time the hosts edged into the lead with an interception try scored under the posts and converted to give them a two point lead.

Park regrouped after an inspiring half time talk by the coaching staff, and with great belief in the squads' abilities and clever player rotation, posted a further five tries without reply.

Of those, centre Littler converted two plus a penalty with winger Houlton adding a further successful kick as Littler was injured and forced to leave the field 

Early into the second half Fa'asavalu's strong run brought him a try wide out soon followed by another from Hill, as prop Kimberley gathered the ball from an astute box kick by scrum half Green then feeding the supporting stand off to stretch the visitors lead to 12 points.

Further tries soon followed, the first after a mazy run by winger Johnson, another after a barnstorming effort from prop Berry, and finally an equally powerful break and score from centre Hurst.

Great credit must go to the leadership and effort evident throughout the group, which hopefully will be continued next week when West Park host neighbours Liverpool St.Helens, kick off 3pm.