PLAY-MAKER: Samuel Key shapes to pass against Norths on Sunday in Mackay. The Brahmans scored more than 20 tries in the big win. Photo by Jeni Dair.
PLAY-MAKER: Samuel Key shapes to pass against Norths on Sunday in Mackay. The Brahmans scored more than 20 tries in the big win. Photo by Jeni Dair.

Brahmans score a record win

RUGBY LEAGUE: 116 points, 21 tries and an individual haul of 46 points were just some of the incredible numbers the Brahmans produced in their club-record win over Norths on Sunday.

Whitsunday romped home 116-0 winners on the weekend, recording the team's seventh win from 14 matches to consolidate third spot on the Mine Wealth and Wellbeing A-grade Cup ladder.

It was one-way traffic for 80 minutes as Kieran Anderson (46 points for the game), Byron Taylor and Isaac Richardson posted four tries each, while centre Jack Briscoe notched a hat-trick in the club's biggest ever win.

"They weren't the same side that played us at home," coach James Webb said.

"Our support play was good and everyone was pushing to support each other. We went through their middle, pushing through on the outside for the chip-in balls."

What made the dominant performance even more impressive was the fact the Brahmans were without star players Phil Ramage, Grant Cooke, Ivan Petelo and Rohan Ahearn.

Webb said the team would work on their structured attack and getting good ball to the backs this week at training ahead of an important clash with Moranbah on Saturday.

"They (Moranbah) are a decent side. They're tough and physical," he said.

"We will be pretty much at full strength. It's getting exciting now and we've got as good a team as I've seen since I've been here."

The Miners are sixth on the ladder and will run onto Les Stagg Oval at 7pm on Saturday.

SCOREBOARD

Brahmans 116 (Tries: 4 K Anderson, B Taylor, I Richardson; 3 J Briscoe; 2. S Key, K Breen, 1 M Newman and A Clare) def Norths 0 .


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