WIDS put the previous week's National Cup disappointments behind them with a hard-fought victory in atrocious conditions.
Stoke opened with a penalty goal but Morgan replied for Widnes.
Hatton put the Heath Road outfit ahead with a magnificent solo try for which he sidestepped and weaved past seven defenders.
The second half was all Widnes as Stewart, Williamson, Christian and Bear Development man-of-the-match Phil Harrison won the forward battle.
This created space for Winstanley to go over for two well-taken tries.
Grimes made the game safe with a 70-yard interception try although Stoke went over late on to round off the scoring.
Blackburn U12s 0 Widnes U12s 59: Despite horrendous weather, Widnes shone yet again in a tough away fixture.
An outstanding display of ball handling and physical dominance meant that at half-time they led by 42 points.
This was thanks to two tries by MoM Jonathon Gray, who coupled power with pace on the right wing, and others from Jordan Tisdale, Geoff Cooke, Ben Mercer and Scott Critchley.
With many interchanges in the second half, Widnes kept Blackburn at bay despite a determined effort from the home side.
Wids added three more tries from Geoff Cooke, Ben Mercer and Joe Clark.