WINLESS Colwyn Bay are still rooted to the foot of the Premier Division of the Liverpool Competition after crashing to defeat at Ormskirk.
The home side made solid progress and finished on 222 for five as Simon Kerrigan gave the innings later impetus with an unbeaten 55 off just 29 balls.
Jenkins bowled a long spell for the Bay and finished with two for 80 from 23 overs.
The Bay innings never really got going. Opener Sion Morris made 24 and Gareth Cross, on a rare break from Lancashire duties, scored 20 while Johansen added 22 in a disappointing 104.
Bay have the opportunity to open their account on Saturday when third from bottom Highfield visit Colwyn Bay.
They have 91 points to the Bay’s 68 while Rainford are between them with 75 points.
Colwyn Bay Seconds were beaten in the Chester Cup semi-finals on Sunday when they went down by 63 runs on Sunday in a game reduced to 33 overs a side.
Despite T Roberts taking five for 41, Sefton Park posted a healthy 187 for nine with Supria hitting four sixes in a boundary-studded 64 off just 44 balls.
Wallace (40) and Puddle (18) put on 54 for the first wicket but the Colwyn Bay innings fell away with S Roberts (25) the only other player in double figures in a total of 124.