West Bank Bears U10s welcomed Wiganers, St Judes on Sunday in round 19 of the 2017 season.
The Widnes boys were looking to maintain their outstanding season so far with another victory, but they knew that they couldn't afford to be complacent against a side that can move the ball well.
The first half was all one way traffic with the home side comfortable in possession and in defence and the second half was almost as comfortable for the Bears despite conceding a soft 'dive-over' try to give the away side something from the game.
The Wigan boys didn't travel well and were only able to field 10 players, meaning that West Bank had to lend players to their opponents, but St Judes gave their all throughout the game.
West Bank were clearly in a positive mood and scored some outstanding individual and team tries in the game which gave them victory by 30 points to 6.
Tries for Kian McGann (2), Billy Keeley, Oliver Stankevitch, Rueben Mafi and Michael Lawton were converted by George Hughes, Harry Hughes and Rueben Mafi.
There was no individual Man of the Match awarded as it was a performance in which all 17 players played great.
Ellis Fisher playing only his second game for the team topped the tackle count and took that award this week.