North Wales were coming into this game on the back of a strong effort against Barrow, but were humiliated against a side that have infamously struggled on the field.
North Wales got back into the game in the second half, but anything they achieved was mere consolation.
Lee Hudson scored a try sandwiched in between two Danny Hulme tries, but the Skolars weren’t finished as they dominated the second half as well as they did the first.
Jamie Rooney was the only bright hope for the Scorpions, but his tries came in the second half as Town got underway after a strong opening few minutes.
Patrick scored his second with nearly 15 minutes of the second half played, before Jason Mossop concluded the Town scoring with 16 minutes remaining.
Gateshead are still looking for their first win against professional opposition after a 40-14 loss to Oldham.
The game remained close until the 19th minute when Paul Smith crossed for Oldham’s first of seven tries.
Mike Mitchell added Gateshead’s third try of the afternoon before Greenwood scored his second with 13 minutes remaining.
Two late tries from Scott McAvoy sealed the win for Whitehaven after an awful start to the season so far.
That was about as good as it got for Rochdale in the first half when Craig Calvert went in shortly before half time.
The second half dominance was too much for the Hornets when Calvert scored his second before McAvoy rounded off the match.
Dale Bloomfield scored for the Hornets but it was nothing more than a consolation try, even before McAvoy grabbed his double.
Barrow made it two wins from two with a 25-8 win over Doncaster.
Darren Holt scored his side’s final try of the game, as well as all four conversions and a drop goal.
Lee Waterman grabbed a consolation try before Holt scored his try to round off the match.