WINNINGTON, who missed out on promotion in last season's play-offs, ended the first month of the campaign on the fringe of relegation after Saturday's defeat.
But Park vice-captain Mark Patterson said: 'The league will be tight this year and there is nothing to panic about yet.
'With players to come back from injury we will get stronger.'
Sam Barton, Iain Moriarty and Rob Burchell were absentees at Tyldesley, who proved energetic in deploying their strong pack and playing a simple, effective game.
But it was Winnington prop Mark Taylor who opened the scoring and Ben Barton added the conversion.
Any hopes they raised were brief, however as Tyldesley replied with a converted try of their own and were soon to move ahead.
Both sides showed frustration with inconsistent refereeing, but it was player-coach Mark Warr who suffered most with a yellow card and while he looked on from the sin-bin Tyldesley scored another seven points.
The disruption took its toll on Park and they never came to terms with the stop-start nature of the game and the only other score was from a penalty to the home side. Although they had their moments it was a game to forget for Park. Park 2nds 13 Ormskirk 24: Winnington showed signs of progress, but they conceded four penalties inside their own 22 - all converted - and it proved the difference.
Ackerley and Cross scored Park's tries. Broughton Park 3rds 0 Winnington Vagabonds 41: Parks Vagabonds recorded their first win of the season in some style. Tries came from Colts prop Dave Sant, Iain Heptinstall, Mark Holbrooks, Paul Hardwick, Paul Wilkinson and two from Paul Escot. Mark Holbrooks hit three conversions.