LUCKLESS and injury-hit Winnington were demolished by the LSH train on Saturday.
The North Two West leaders, who have a 100% record this term, brutally overwhelmed Park who will start 2007 facing relegation.
After conceding 13 tries in a very heavy defeat, Winnington are second from bottom and desperately need to rally their forces in the New Year or confront the prospect of going down just as neighbours Northwich are on the way up.
So badly hit by absenteeism were Park they had to call up seven players from the second team.
It was a try feast for Liverpool and the score was a record since the amalgamation with St Helens in 1986.
The rugby from the home backs was sparkling and inspired by the quick running of Tama Makamaka and Winnington had no answer.
The score was 36-0 at half-time and things only got worse for Winnington, except for a surprise attack from which winger James Ellis grabbed their consolation try, just after they had let in their ninth.
Winnington 2nd 24 Altrincham Kersal 12: Against the odds, weakened Winnington pulled off their first victory of the season.
The demands of the first team, however, allowed Park to call up some experienced players.
Having gone behind early on in the first half because of sloppy defending Winnington sprang into life and replied almost immediately through Simon Platt, who found space on the wing.
This was followed with a second converted try before the break from Neil Welsh.
Winnington increased their lead after the break as good lineout work resulted in the pack rolling over the line with Pete Adamson claiming the touch down.
An Altrincham try with 15 minutes to go meant that the game was not safe until prop forward Steve Maddocks broke away to score and secure the first win of the season.
Juniors: U15s - Northwich 27 Winnington 7 (Gab Finlayson try); U13s - Park 37 (Jordan Cheadle 2, Sam Barlow, William Lingard, Shaun Underdown tries; Ben Spaven con).