Locking park got back to winning ways in emphatic style with a great performance against a Cleeve side lacking in confidence.
They game was even early on, with Cleeve creating a couple of half chances on the break, and Park controlling the possession and playing the much better football.
The first goal was always going to be crucial, and Park got it after 15 minutes when Kyle Hobden nutmegged a defender before firing over the keeper from 25 yards. Park got a second after 35 minutes when Ben Hollow twisted and turned the Cleeve defence inside out before pulling out a classy finish past the keeper. 2-0 to Park at half-time.
Park extended their lead and put the game beyond doubt when player manager Joe Rowsell put a wicked curling through ball that eluded everyone and nestled in the far in the corner.
Park were then awarded a penalty for a foul on Kyle Hobden, and Craig Baird stepped up to put it in emphatically. The 5th came when Rob Long picked up the ball, evading challenges from a couple of Cleeve players, and sent a rocket into the top corner on his left foot from 30 yards.
Man of the match went to Mike Page who won every challenge at the back.