Brook produced a stunning 11 try performance to dent the automatic promotion hopes of rivals Leigh East who had won at Boardmans Lane only Weeks earlier.
After weathering and early onslaught it was Brook who snatched the lead Jordy Welsby was held up on the try line and was going nowhere as team mate Scott Davidson snatched the ball from his grasp to score under the posts with Stephen Parkinson adding the conversion.
Two converted tries in five minutes from Centre Patrick Grainey gave the home side the advantage.
Brook hit back however with three tries in final ten minutes of the half. Good work from Sean Richardson and Scott Davidson following a Joe Bate break had the Easts defence all at sea and Danny Fairhurst spotted a gap at the ruck to dive over for a close range try.
The visitors were back on the attack from the re-start and Sean Richardson held off several defenders to score wide out with Parkinson landing a touch line conversion.
Right on the whistle Brook move the ball right deep inside their own half for Jack Parker to send Jordan Darwin away. Brooks young Winger raced clear and stepped Easts Full Back to score a brilliant try in the corner.
A 40/20 from Danny Fairhurst had Brook on the attack at the beginning of the Second half he also combined from the base of the scrum with Jordan Welsby who scored a well taken try.
Five minutes later Brook scored direct from another scrum but this one was only ten metres from their own try line, Welsby launched a down field kick and Parkinson beat all the chasers to score under the posts.
Parkinson went full length again five minutes later only to be called back by the Linesman who ruled him to be offside.
Joshua Adudwumaa pulled a try back for the home side before Deon Cross scored Brooks next try following a Lee Brown break away.
Within minutes Brook were in again Jack Parker was in the thick of the action before offloading to Jamie McCabe who scored.
Craig Wingfield pulled another try for the home side however Brook were on a roll and scored three tries all from Scott Davidson in the final ten minutes the final one coming after a terrific solo run.
Jordy Welsby and Dan Parkes added late conversions to Stephen Parkinson’s four earlier successes.
Joe Bate was selected as the NW Maintenance Solutions Man of the Match with Scott Davidson taking the Tisdalls Players Man of the Match.