LEIGH travelled to Winnington Park with a slightly different squad and came away with a 35-13 win.

After a Rob Drake penalty, Leigh the same player showed a touch of class, when he danced his way through, in the eighth minute, for a brilliant finish, which he duly converted.

The teams exchanged penalties before Joe Harrison dive over, after backing up well, just before half time to make it 18-3.

Park forced their way over, early in the second half, but Leigh diligently worked their way upfield where Jamie King accelerated and dived over for a well constructed try.

Park caught Leigh napping with a surprise try, from a quickly taken tap penalty, to narrow the deficit to ten points.

Leigh were soon down to 14 men for a second time following another yellow card but this did not hold Leigh back and their excellent defence forced Park to spill a ball which Jimmy Wilkinson pounced on, to scorch his way over from 50 metres out, to score a brilliant individual effort.

The final nail in Winnington Park’s coffin was hammered in, two minutes later, when Jimmy Wilkinson broke away again, from 40 metres out, to wend his way over, for another blistering finish.

This was an outstanding performance from Leigh, who played 50% of the second half with 14 men but still managed to add three more tries.

Leigh entertain 10th placed, Cumbrian side Aspatria, at Hand Lane on Saturday.