Leicester Tigers Development XV were beaten 62-19 by Wasps in the Premiership Shield at Broadstreet on Saturday afternoon.
Wasps, who included eight senior players in their matchday squad, ran in 10 tries, including eight in the first half as they led 48-0 at the break.
A Tigers team led by lock Sam Lewis contained six guest players in the backline and conceded the opening score after just five minutes when Jacob Umaga ran in unopposed on the left before adding the conversion for a seven-point lead.
The speedy Callum Sirker scored the first of his four tries on the day just moments later and Wasps made it 19-0 when opposite wing Taju Attu got on the end of a sweeping attack on the right.
The bonus-point score came on 20 minutes when Tigers lost possession near halfway and Sirker won the race to the ball out wide and he completed his hat-trick with a free run on the left.
Scrum-half Will Porter added a long-distance try as the points continued to stack up and Tigers academy graduate Umaga added a cheeky score from a close-range penalty as he shaped to chip to touch but tapped to himself and reached over to score.
Wasps hooker Antonio Harris added the eighth try of the half as he bounced off three defenders to run in next to the posts and Umaga added the conversion for a 48-point lead at the break.
Former Tigers tighthead Keiran Brookes returned from injury to join the action at the start of the second half for Wasps, but Tigers claimed the opening points as they built on some good work from the kick-off to score through Fred Tuilagi, dotting down at the left-hand post after Owen Hills had been stopped just short. Tom Hardwick added the conversion.
Tigers continued to push forward, with wing James Spencer catching the restart and racing upfield, only to see Umaga sweep up his chipped kick virtually on the tryline, then strong work at the breakdown from centre Elliott Creed won a penalty and another chance to play up to opposition territory.
After Wasps centre Ross Neal burst through the backline to score, Sirker ran in his fourth try – and sixth in two outings – after being released down the touchline by full-back Cameron Anderson and the lead reached 62-7.
But Tigers still had time to add two more tries of their own, with Loughborough University centre Tim Bitirim cutting through a gap in midfield to break from halfway and force his way over despite being tackled close to the line. Then fly-half Hardwick and Bitirim took play up to the line again and, when Tigers went wide with penalty advantage, Charlie Hudson managed to slap the ball back for Tino Mapapalangi to dive over in the final action the afternoon.