Harlequins remain unbeaten and sit at the summit of the Aviva 'A' League Southern Conference following a 52-5 victory over London Wasps 'A'.
With one game to go in the league, Harlequins are in a strong position to reach the semi-final stages.
The home side put eight tries past the visitors, thanks to Tom Casson, and a brace from Karl Dickson, Ollie Lindsay-Hague and captain, Luke Wallace and a penalty try.
The visitors did end on a high and showed real character in the closing stages, despite the clock ticking beyond the 80 minute mark, Wasps attacked the Quins line and were rewarded with a try from Alex Harrison, but that was the only mark they could put on the game.
Casson opened the scoring after just three minutes, strong early breaks from Harry Sloan and Dave Ward lead had Harlequins attacking behind the defensive line, when the ball found Casson, the centre crossed and Rory Clegg converted.
Harlequins had an early dominance at the scrum, winning three penalties inside the first ten minutes from that set piece and were able to work downfield and secure a five metre lineout.
The forwards secured the ball and began a rolling maul; Wallace broke from the back and scored his first on the 10 minute mark.
Jack Clifford was key in open play, breaking the Wasps defence on numerous occasions. Sloan was equally effective, producing some storming runs in the midfield.
Dickson added the first of his tries in similar fashion to Danny Care's at the weekend. Breaking from the back of the scrum, following a five metre lineout, the scrum half ran in to score, Clegg added his third conversion, giving the hosts a 21-0 lead.
When Wasps built some momentum as the half hour approached, Harlequins killed their attack dead and ran in to score a try of their own. With a driving maul threatening the Harlequins line, Dave Ward ripped the ball and passed to Seb Stegmann.
The winger raced to the halfway line and offloaded to Lindsay-Hague who outpaced the Wasps defence to score.
Harlequins continued to play an exciting brand of open rugby, despite the wet conditions. Sloan again broke through the defence and upon quick recycling of possession, Karl Dickson added his second and gifted Quins the bonus point. Clegg missed his first conversion of the night as Harlequins lead 33-0.
When Harlequins were awarded a penalty on the stroke of half time, they opted for a scrum, rather than kicking it out of play. They won another penalty from the set piece and following a quick tap penalty, they set up a driving maul. Wallace again popped up with the ball and at with Clegg's fifth conversion, Harlequins led 40-0.
Lindsay-Hague began the second-half with great style, making two key breaks into the Wasps half. Sloan again broke the line and with a ragged Wasps defence following quick possession, Lindsay-Hague again outpaced the defence to score.
The visitors began to build some momentum in the second half but the Harlequins defence stayed firm. The slippery conditions also began to play its part in the match as passages of play were regularly broken down due to knock-ons.
A penalty try was added with seven minutes remaining, the set piece was key for Harlequins in the game and the forwards got their just reward. Clegg converted which rounded off the Harlequins score.
From here Wasps built pressure and despite the clock running out, they continued to play. Eventually a try came through Harrison, but the conversion was unsuccessful.
During week commencing 22nd April Harlequins will launch an innovative, new Membership Scheme which will replace the existing Season Ticket Holder Programme. Further details of the scheme will be announced in due course.