HUDDERSFIELD Giants recorded their highest score in the Junior Academy to destroy London Broncos 92-0 at Laund Hill.
The home side knew they needed to rattle up a big score to keep their hopes of qualification to the Championship alive.
A win at Bradford Bulls in Thursday's re-arranged match at Bradford and Bingley would guarantee that.
But with the Giants having scored so many points against the struggling Broncos, they could still sneak through the Championship back door on points difference with a narrow defeat at the Bulls.
That, however, will be the last thing on Huddersfield's minds after the way they destroyed their last opponents.
Super League squad man Thomas Hemingway led the rout with a superb individual points tally of 28 from 12 goals and a second-half try.
That score six minutes after the re-start made it 60-0, with the points avalanche having got under way as early as the fifth minute with the first try from Danny Garside, converted by Hemingway.
It was followed three minutes later as Stuart Proctor crossed, and with the reliable Hemingway again adding the extras it was pretty obvious it was going to be a long afternoon for the capital club.
By half-time the lead had been extended to 56-0 and hopes were high of reaching a century of points.
Before the break, Symon Sutherland, Simon George (twice), Peter Robinson (twice), Garside, Luke George and Leroy Cudjoe had all crossed for further scores to add to the Broncos' misery.
Unfortunately, that 100-point mark failed to be added in the second 40 minutes.
But there were still some great tries from Hemingway, Chris Clarke (twice), Cudjoe, Paul Mennell, Luke George and Ashley Johnson.