Captain’s Call: Cameron Cullen

Posted: 3pm 10 Aug 2021
By Cameron Cullen

WITH the past three games being cancelled and more uncertainty over when the season will continue, it certainly has been an interesting month.

One thing I can say about our group is that we stick together and continue to drive standards.

During lockdown, we were communicating through a group chat and setting fitness challenges to keep the group active. As a group, we have been through this before and it is important to stay positive and look after each other.

Lockdown has been lifted however with no community sport for two weeks we wait on word from the QRL as to what is happening with our season.

We are currently sitting in equal second and have put ourselves into a good position for a home semi-final hopefully in front of a packed Moreton Daily Stadium pending COVID-19 restrictions.

If you are a local business going through tough times due to COVID-19 and there is anything our Dolphins team can do to help, please reach out and let us know. We appreciate all the people and businesses that have supported us for so long and we would love to help out during these tough times.

For coach Adam Mogg's take on the state of play, head here 



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