PARK signed off at Burrows Hill with a solid if unspectacular win on Saturday.
They completed the double over their struggling visitors and it was stand-in captain Sam Barton who gave them the start they needed with a try after 12 minutes.
Mark Patterson made a strong break upfield to set up Winnington's first promising attack. When the ball came out to the winger, he sent the defence the wrong way before darting clear. Ben Barton kicked the conversion for a seven-point lead.
Aspull made one or two breaks out of defence but some resolute tackling from the home side kept them pinned down in their own half of the field.
Park were hampered by having to play with 14 men for 10 minutes when prop Mark Taylor was shown the yellow card for persistent offside at rooks and mauls.
Within four minutes of the restart, Park were again reduced to 14 men. This time it was second-row Carl Patterson who was sent to the sin-bin for a high tackle. Aspull were again unable to make the extra man count and it was Winnington who extended their lead with a well-struck penalty into the wind from Ben Barton.
Park eventually put paid to Aspull with 10 minutes of the game remaining by scoring a well-crafted try involving both forwards and backs, with Mark Warr going over. Barton was unable to improve the score.
Aspull had their moments and scored a try in the final minutes.
Park are at Lymm in the final league game on Saturday.