THE Frenchville Pioneers are intent on playing structured rugby in season 2016 - and it's paying dividends.

They scored a 60-14 win over Brothers on Saturday, making them the only unbeaten team left in the Central Queensland rugby union competition.

Vice-captain and scrum half Lachlan Howell said it was a big team effort.

"We trained really hard during the week and we've really tried to get a structured game going and we played to our structure tonight," he said after the win.

"We kept ball in hand, our forwards just trucked it up the field and the backs executed."

Coach Lance Robb said the team laid the foundation for its win on its powerful forward pack.

"We're working on a lot of things at training and it's good to see some of them come off tonight," he said.

"There's obviously still work there... a lot of handling errors from us but other than that I was pretty happy with the game.

"We're just trying to move defences and see where we can attack and the boys are starting to see that now and it's all coming together.

"Our vision in attack - to know where to attack and to hold the ball and to move it just to draw the defence in - that was really pleasing to see."

Robb said Manny Robb, Mattius Mann and Zac Moss put in solid performances.

Round 4 results

Dawson Valley d Colts 38-10

Capricorn Coast d Uni 31-14

Frenchville d Brothers 60-14



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