Leicester Tigers produced a dominant display against Wasps in a 52-5 win to maintain the teams unbeaten season in the U18 Academy League.
Four first half tries to no reply provided the foundations to a clinical 47-point victory which sees them overtake Wasps as league leaders after four rounds of fixtures.
A cagey opening ten minutes saw both teams push for territory but it was Tigers who made the breakthrough on 15 minutes. Full back Freddie Steward showed his pace and strength close to the line before fly half Sam Costelow added the points from the kicking tee.
Tigers began to dominate proceedings and it was the Leicester forward pack who would do the damage.
No.8 Dave Koelman then burst over the line following off the back of a line out on the Wasps five metre line. Costelow kicked the points on each occasion to give Tigers a 29-0 lead at the half way point.
A minute into the first half, lock Martin secured his second try of the match in front of the posts, giving Costelow an easy kick.
Tigers academy coaches made a number of replacements as Jack Van Poortvliet getting in on the scoring action with Costelow kicking the conversion.
Costelow and the impressive Will Poland then made way for Harry Glynn and Zack Godfrey.
Wasps got their only points of the game on 57 minutes through Winger Taju Atta but Tigers replied with a well worked try to the right of the posts which replacement Thom Smith finished off.
With the scores at 48-5, Tigers finished off the game through an interception by replacement Harry Glynn judging an interception inside the Tigers half way and running over 50 metres to score.