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RECORDS tumbled at Browne Park on Saturday night as the Central Queensland Capras put on a show for their home fans to defeat the Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles 54-0.

It was Central Queenslands biggest ever Cup win; going a few points better than their 48-0 win over Brothers Valleys in 2004.

Five-eighth Brent Crisp who has won two XXXX man of the match awards for his performances this year started the scoring for the home side in the opening minutes of the match and continued to do so during the whole night.

The former Bulldog picked up another try and kicked nine goals for a personal haul of 26 points; with his tally seeing him overtake Nat Bowman (24 points) to hold the record for most points in a game for his club.

The Capras took a 22-0 lead into halftime but the break did nothing to halt their steady flow of points.

Classy fullback Cameron Munster who signed with the Melbourne Storm earlier this season also had a night to remember, scoring two tries of his own.

The Sea Eagles, who made a number of team changes before this match in an attempt to arrest their 11-game losing streak could offer no answers to the onslaught.

In his first game for the Capras, former Rabbitoh Jamie Simpson scored a late try to bring up 100 points in the Cup competition.

The winger had previously played for the Toowoomba Clydesdales and Aspley in the Queensland Cup.

For the Capras they will be looking to build on this dominant performance when they play the Jets in round 18 while its back to the drawing board for the Sunshine Coast.

They will next host Mackay in what will be a tough game for the young side.

CQ CAPRAS 54 (Cameron Munster 2, Brent Crisp 2, Jamie Simpson, Joshua Benjamin, Alan Rothery, Gavin Hiscox, Dean Blackman tries; Brent Crisp 9 goals) def SUNSHINE COAST SEA EAGLES 0 at Browne Park.
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