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Falcons winning run comes to an end

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Jeremy Hawkins scored a double for the Falcons on the weekend. Credit: Ritchie Duce/Level Eleven Photography

Sunshine Coast have seen their six-game winning run come to an end, falling to the Townsville Blackhawks 36-14.

The Falcons were trailing from the outset and never quite recovered.

The shining lights were young Storm prop Vincent Leuluai who continued his good form in reserve grade and also Jeremy Hawkins who crossed the line in either half.

“He was really good in attack Jeremy… he was a handful on that edge so he was a big tick for me,” Falcons coach Craig Ingebrigstein said.

“Vinnie was great, he was the best out of the Melbourne boys… I am just really impressed with the young man’s attitude towards everything, he had a real go for us on the weekend.”

The Falcons face another tough test when they travel to take on the Wynnum Many Seagulls this Saturday.

Storm’s other feeder side Easts Tigers had the bye last week.

Townsville Blackhawks 36 (Carlin Anderson 2, Samsen O’Neill 2, Ty Carucci, Jonathon Reuben, Temone Power tries; Carlin Anderson 4 goals) def Sunshine Coast Falcons 14 (Jeremy Hawkins 2, Nat McGavin tries; Guy Hamilton goal) at Jack Manski Oval.

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