Sunshine Coast extended their winning streak to four games with a 37-18 win over Norths Devils.
The Falcons surrendered the first two tries of the game before piling on five unanswered tries, including three in the space of seven minutes during the second half.
Jeremy Hawkins continued his great run of form, finishing with 207 metres and crossing the try line for the fourth time in the last five games.
Vincent Leuluai and Tui Kamikamica were the standout performers, providing tremendous go-forward for the visitors up the middle.
“What they bring to the group is a real calming influence. It is not what they say, it is what they do,” Falcons coach Craig Ingebrigtsen said.
“They lead the way because they run really hard. That is stuff you teach kids, to run really hard but they run really hard and they lead by example.
“They fill space really well, their contact is good, it is really their intent to be honest.”
Sunshine Coast Falcons 35 (Donald Malone 2, Matthew Soper-Lawler, Samuel Wright, Jeremy Hawkins, Jon Grieve tries; Guy Hamilton 5 goals; Guy Hamilton field goal) def Norths Devils 18 (Francis Molo, Michael Lucas, Delouise Hoeter tries; Jack Miers 3 goals) at Bishop Park.