Sparkling attack and gritty defence saw Brook pick up two valuable league points at the home of promotion rivals Woolston.
The home side defended well themselves as Brook were on top for the first half hour but couldn’t find a way to the try line.
Finally following good work down the left channel from Craig Lyon and Stephen Parkinson it was Scott Davidson who was on hand to take a short pass from Joe Bate to bundle his way over from close range.
On the stroke of half time Brook were over again Jordy Welsby put in an astute kick into the corner Aaron Hewitt leapt the highest and tapped the ball back to Dave Scott who scored with Stephen Parkinson converting to give his side a deserved 10-0 interval lead.
Stephen Parkinson scored two tries in the opening six minutes of the second half as Brooks superiority began to show though.
Firstly Jordy Welsby made a break from a scrum inside the Woolston half he was tackled a couple of yards short however he quickly played the ball and a long pass out to the winger saw him go over in the corner.
The duo combined again for Parkinson to score his second following a break from Welsby his long pass found Parkinson who beat the cover to score his 17th try of the Season.
Wes Lawton pulled a try back for Woolston with Gavin Bishop adding the conversion.
Brook put any hope of late comeback by the home to bed when Jordy Welsby supported a break from Scott Davidson to go over with 9 minutes remaining.
It was Welsby again who set up the final try of the Evening when his grubber kick on the last tackle was swooped upon by Sam Long who scored wide out on the left.
Scott Davidson was selected as The Tisdalls Man of the Match against his former Club and Jordy Welsby was chosen as The NL Commercials Players Man of the Match.