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The Caloundra RSL A-grade ladder is starting to take shape and a clear premiership favourite has been established, with the Kawana Dolphins remaining undefeated after four rounds.  

The Dolphins look on track to defend their title for a second straight year, as they travelled to Nambour, taking on the Crushers and coming away with a dominant 54-0 win on Saturday night. 

Former New Zealand Warriors Under 20s star, Jordan Meads starred for the Dolphins scoring another two tries and kicking seven goals to take his tally to 100 points for the season.

The Crushers showed signs of brilliance only a week earlier, proving that all teams will have to be at their best if they are to have any chance of beating Kawana this year.  

The Caloundra Sharks have put the memories of a winless 2013 behind them with a 64-6 thrashing of the Noosa Pirates on Saturday.

Sharks’ Kyle Van Klaveren bagged four tries in the match, with goal-kicker Justin Otto slotting seven conversions.

The Pirates have now lost two straight games by increasingly big margins, and will be looking to redeem themselves against Bribie Island this weekend.

In other results last weekend, the Gympie Devils recorded their first win of the season with a 24-point win over the Bribie Island Warrigals at Gympie.

The Devils’ Dale Jerome and Josh Greaves picked up try-scoring doubles as their side went on to beat the Warrigals 34-10.

The Caboolture Snakes recorded their third consecutive win, ending the Maroochydore-Coolum Swans’ unbeaten start to the season with a 30-20 win at Caboolture.

In what was the tightest match of the weekend score-wise, the Snakes’ Rory Burgess bagged two tries to aid his side to victory.

Things don’t get any easier for the Swans as they take on the seemingly un-beatable Kawana Dolphins this Saturday at Maroochydore.