Ben Heaton 2,
Steve Tyrer, Scott Murrell,
Chris Bridge, Lloyd White, Charly Runciman, Corey Thompson 2, Joe Mellor, Danny Craven,
Lloyd White 4,
Winger Corey Thompson scored two second-half tries as Widnes Vikings defeated Halifax RLFC 36-12 to put a first win towards their bid for Betfred Super League survival.
Thompson's double came as part of the Vikings' seven-try victory over their Kingstone Press Championship hosts, who have now lost both Qualifiers Super 8s fixtures.
Lloyd White scored a try and kicked four goals while Chris Bridge, Charly Runciman, Joe Mellor and Danny Craven also crossed for the Vikings.
Ben Heaton registered two tries for Halifax, who narrowly lost to Hull KR last week, with Steve Tyrer and Scott Murrell kicking goals.
Widnes coach Denis Betts believes 10 points will be good enough to keep the Vikings in Super League.
"Basically we need five wins," said Betts. "Ten points have given you a place in Super League over the last three years. So, that's our target."
Halifax coach Richard Marshall said: "We had a really poor start. The level of intensity from the Championship is different.
"The ruck speed was too fast. Sometimes, though, you need to go through those experiences to realise what you need to work on.
"We had a tough lesson today. But we had a period in the second half when it was Halifax. We defended strongly and our combinations worked really well."