Widnes 3, Sedgley Park 64: PARK, four divisions the Wids' senior, had too many big guns for the home side to spring a Lancashire Cup quarter-final surprise.
The Manchester side scored 10 tries with second row Louiz Holtzhausen grabbing three of them.
Widnes trailed 3-26 at half-time, Stu Hussey converting the only Widnes points with a 40-metre penalty.
This Saturday, Wids play opposition from their own level when Fleetwood visit Heath Road in a Powergen League North Two West fixture (ko 3pm).
Widnes Vets 39 Helsby 11:The home side had several players back after injury and returned to form.
Lol Carr and Dave Cafferty were rewarded with tries on their return.
Helsby played their part but the Widnes pack prompted counter attacks for Riley, Carr and Whitfield to score.
In a see-saw second half two-try Helsby reduced the deficit, but Lamb and Winstanley settled Wids in the forwards. Tries from Gill, Higham and youngster Whitfield again clinched the victory.
Widnes U15 37, West Park U15 8:
First-half tries by Fleming (2), Semple and Wilcox paved the Wids' way into the Lancashire Plate semi-finals.
Morgan converted one for a 22-3 interval lead. Grimes, Barton and Varley later crossed for Widnes. Willow Painting MoM: Anthony Grimes. Widnes U14 22 Trafford Hawks U14 0: Widnes continued their renaissance to book an EFE Lancashire Plate semi-final date with Blackburn.
Raymond crossed for the first score, Doolan twice crashed over and Mullally completed the try scoring. Widnes U13 17 Vale of Lune U13 0: Widnes took a gripping match to set up a Lancashire Cup semi-final confrontation with Liverpool Collegiate.
Winning the ball from the kick off, the forwards recycled it twice before the backs spun it wide for winger Charlie Pinder to score.
Alex Yates made a try-saving tackle before second-half pressure told as stand-off Nelson barged over. Darryl Bold crossed, Nelson converting easily.
Widnes U10 10 Winnington Park U10 0: Wids raised their game to inflict a first defeat on the Northwich side.
Scrum-half Oliver made vital yards while crunch tackling from centre Critchley and driving from Pinder and Priestley starved Winnington of possession.
Cooke stormed over from a 10-yard penalty before quick-thinking hooker Mercer sealed it. nWidnes U10s also beat Whitchurch 40-5 with tries from Mercer, Critchley (2), Oliver Dorning, Cooke, Quinn and Duggan.