Egremont welcomed Castleford Panthers to Gillfoot Park for this NCL1 encounter.
The Mont were first to score with returning tourist Clayton Sutton being put over by Brocklebank, who added the extras 6-0.
Cas responded with some strong drives and Egremont indiscipline allowed the visitors to score the simplest of tries by the posts 6-6.
On 15 minutes Egremont restored their lead with strong running prop Richard Farrer crossing, JP added the extras 12-6.
It was all Egremont now and a short pass from Brocklebank sent Matt Bewsher away and he crossed untouched under the posts, extra's added 18-6.
30 minutes and the hosts were over again a slip pass from dummy half put JP over 24-6.
The rest of the game became the Rhys Davies John Paul Brocklebank show on 38 minutes Rhys sidestepped his way over from dummy half 30-6.
45 minutes quick handling by the backs put Brocklebank over again 36-6, then on 47 minutes a scintillating break from Rhys put JP away to score again 42-6
Quick hands across the line on 50 minutes and two fantastic sidesteps by Rhys which had to be seen to be believed allowed him to score 48-6.
Clayton wasn't to be left out and he set off from his own 20 knocking defenders out of the way then feeding Rhys to run the last 25 metres to score 54-6.
70 minutes came the play of the game a good kick through from Cas was picked up on his own line by International Full back Rhys Davies he left 4 defenders for dead and set off on a 75yard run, with the cover coming across he found the supporting Brocklebank with a deft pass who finished for the try of the game. 60-0.
The game ended early with a simple run around allowing John Paul to cross, final score 66-6.
The whole Team played well as a whole but pick of the player's were Rhys Davies and halves James Bull McDonald and Peter Murphy, but the star of the show was the irresistable John Paul Brocklebank who amassed a personal tally of 42 points with 5 tries and 11 goals.
Onward to Eccles next week.