ALL but guaranteed South Lancs-Cheshire One survival before kick-off, the Wids ensured safety and underlined their promise for the future.
Four tries in an outstanding first half saw off struggling Aspull and with a fair crack with luck and injuries, there will be plenty more to come from this young side next season.
For Aspull, however, relegation looks almost certain.
With a big wind at their backs, the visitors were quickly out of the blocks with stand-off Andy McIntosh in magical form, making several early breaks.
Only the last pass let them down but just as everyone thought it was going to be another one of those games in which nothing goes right, suddenly it all clicked.
The visitors rattled up 22 unanswered points in the 20 minutes, leading up to half-time.
Andy O'Neill was first on the scoresheet after charging down an Aspull kick. He then had a try disallowed by the referee for a double movement.
However, Widnes' domination continued for centre and man-ofthe-match Gareth Riley to give them a 10-0 lead.
Almost immediately, Riley broke to send Kevin Leadbetter over at the corner and the scorer added a booming touchline conversion.
Then, that man Riley was in the thick of the action - minutes later, scoring his second try.
Widnes applied plenty more second-half pressure and had outstanding performers in Liam Morton, Richie Barraclough and Tom Far mer.
Despite their dominance, they added only one more try from Andy O'Neill with Kevin Leadbetter adding the extras.
Aspull scored a late consolation try but it was too little, too late and Widnes began their celebrations.