Wildcats skipper, Danny Kirmond scored a hatrick to help his side past an understrength London team.
The Broncos were missing eleven first team players and were 30-4 down by the break.
But in-form winger, Kieran Dixon scored a quick-fire double to lesser the deficit to 16 points however Kirmond’s third and tries from Frankie Mariano and Kyle Wood made the full-time score 46-14.
Wakefield opened the scoring three minutes in, Dean Collis setting up Peter Fox after the Broncos’ Michael Channing left a massive hole in defence. Lee Smith converted from the touchline and after three minutes, the score was 6-0.
Full-back, Richie Mathers touched down just after the ten minute mark, creating a gap with a bold dummy on the last tackle. Again Lee Smith added the extras.
London came close when Luke Dorn placed a clever little chip back inside but the Wildcats rallied to come up with the ball.
Instead, later in that very set, captain, Danny Kirmond burrowed over from the play the ball to make the score 18-0 with just 20 minutes played.
Two minutes later, Paul Sykes scored Wakefield’s fourth try taking the ball from half-back partner, Tim Smith who created a gap with fancy footwork.
The game heated up a little when Mark Bryant was put on report for a dangerous tackle on Ali Lauitiiti who would have scored from the resultant penalty should he have been able to grasp Tim Smith’s pass.
But it proved not to matter as Kirmond crashed over again to put Wakefield thirty points ahead with five minutes until the break.
With ninety seconds until the hooter, London hit back after Harry Little produced a slick offload for Liam Colbon to score. Shane Grady’s kick went well wide and so the score remained 30-4 at half-time.
Former Hemel star, Dixon brought the game back to life, and London back within 16 points, with two well worked tries taking his Super League season tally to 18.
The Broncos’ hopes were dashed a quarter of an hour from time when Kirmond powered over again to seal the game.
Mariano then rounded off a contender for try of the round which was instigated from a Ben Cockayne break and chip over the top.
Fellow forward, Wood then scored five minutes from time to rub salt into the wounds.
Wakefield: Mathers, Fox, Collis, L Smith, Cockayne, Sykes, Smith, Poore, Wildie, Amor, Mariano, Kirmond, Washbrook.
Replacements: Lauitiiti, Wood, Wilkes, Raleigh.
T: Kirmond 3, Fox, Mathers, Sykes, Mariano, Wood
G: L Smith 6/7
London: Robertson, Colbon, Channing, Little, Dixon, Sarginson, Dorn, Krasniqi, Fisher, Wheeldon, Melling, Grady, Fairbank.
Replacements: Bryant, Bishay, Dollapi, Wicks.
T: Dixon 2, Colbon
G: Grady 1/3
Referee: Thierry Alibert