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Round 4 Feeder Wrap

Both the Sunshine Coast Falcons and Easts Tigers remain undefeated after four rounds of the Intrust Super Cup competition.

Easts Tigers 30 d PNG Hunters 14

A clinical Tigers outfit defeated the PNG Hunters at Langlands Park on Saturday, notching up the club's fourth consecutive win in season 2019.

Billy Walters was a key playmaker, delivering to Cheyse Blair to score on the right edge in the 32nd minute.

In the 39th minute Walters hoisted a pin-point bomb to put the Hunters defenders under immense pressure as it landed right on their line.

Curtis Dansey-Smaller climbed high over the pack, took the ball on his chest and grounded it to score.

Aaron Booth converted three of the Tigers' four first-half tries to give the side a 22-4 lead at the break.

Given the entire game was played in wet conditions, it was a testament to the outside backs from both teams that a number of tries were scored out wide.

The Tigers will play at home again next week, taking on the Central Queensland Capras in the television game.

Sunshine Coast Falcons 32 d Norths Devils 20

The Falcons also kept their winning record intact with a scrappier win over the Norths Devils at home.

Returning from a trip to PNG last week, the home side were bolstered by the inclusions of NRL-contracted players Sandor Earl and Joe Stimson who both made an impact on the scoreboard.

The first points for the Falcons came when Earl collected a Cooper Johns kick to score in the corner.

While the Devils took a 16-10 lead into the break, Falcons were first to score in the second half through Stimson.

The home side followed with another try six minutes later, after a superb effort by Earl to catch a cross-field kick and deliver a round-the-corner pass to put Justin Olam over in the corner for the first of his two tries.

The Devils were unable to claw their way back in front and the Falcons continued its winning streak.

The Falcons will face Northern Pride at Sunshine Coast Stadium next Saturday night.

Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.