Blackbrook comfortably disposed of Wakefield rivals Stanley Rangers with a nine try demolition job in atrocious conditions at Boardmans Lane.
The scoring started in the only the second minute when Sean Richardson surged towards the try line his neat offload found Scott Davidson who crossed for an unconverted try in the corner.
Four minutes later Brook were in again Jamie McCabe broke clear down the right channel the cover got to him but following a quick play the ball the home side swept the ball left for Jack Parker to score.
The third try on fifteen minutes came curtesy of a superb catch and break away in torrential rain by debutant Jordan Darwen he was tackled close to the line however Brooks speed again at the ruck enabled Deon Cross to stroll over for the try with Stephen Parkinson converting.
It was twenty points in as many minutes when Jack Parker crossed for his second try with Parkinson again converting.
Just over the half hour mark Jordan Arthur pulled a try back for the visitors following a repeat set on Brooks try line.
Blackbrook regained possession from the restart and it was Jimmy Brown who scored beneath the posts leaving Parkinson with an easy conversion.
Stephen Parkinson added a converted try to his tally early in the second half scoring a fine individual try.
Jordy Welsby was on hand to collect a deflected pass for Brooks next score the good work and a nice off load from Dan Parkes sent Deon Cross over for his brace.
With seven minutes left on the clock Sean Richardson bulldozed his with way for his try and Stephen Parkinson landed his sixth conversion to wrap up the scoring.
Hardworking forward Sean Richardson collected the NW Maintenance Solutions Man of the Match while Jack Parker collected the Tisdalls Players Man of the Match accolade.