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Round 7 Feeder Wrap

The Sunshine Coast Falcons continued their undefeated start to the season with a comfortable 52-6 win over the Central Queensland Capras in front of a strong Easter Thursday crowd at Browne Park.

Falcons hooker and former Yeppoon local Harry Grant lined up against older brother George as the ladder leaders dominated the home side.

Falcons coach Eric Smith said he was most happy with his side's defensive effort.

"We turned over a fair bit of footy and there were quite a few penalties against us, but I think we defended those really well," Smith said.

"It’s a massive achievement for this group to be seven weeks in to a competition as strong as the Intrust Super Cup and still be undefeated.

"It’s still early days though and we’ve got plenty to work on at training after the break."

The Falcons will now enjoy a 10-day break before hosting the Mackay Cutters in Round 8.

Meanwhile, Easts Tigers had a point to prove against Souths Logan Magpies, winning 28-20 at Langlands Park.

Tigers kept the pressure on for the entire game, crossing the try line five times before the final siren rang out.

Tigers coach Scott Sipple said it was good to get the win after the side's first loss of the season against the Falcons in Round 6.

"It was a disappointing performance last week; we didn’t really show up and match the Falcons’ intensity, but tonight I thought we did that," Sipple said, adding he was impressed with Kelma Tuilagi, who came off the bench for the Tigers.

"I thought he changed the tempo of the game – he was very strong with his runs and with the intensity of his tackles... he changed the whole tempo, and that’s when we got some points."

Tigers will face the Redcliffe Dolphins in Round 8.

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