Super Coach Wayne Bennett put the Dolphins NRL squad through their paces at training yesterday, for the first time with assistant coach Nathan Fien.
While it was down to the business of getting the players fit, there was still time for a few laughs on what was a hot, muggy morning at Redcliffe.
Many of the club's star players have not yet arrived, with more due next week and World Cup players due in January.
Bennett says it's a less than ideal start to the preseason, but they will make the best of it.
Fien says yesterday's session was everything he thought it would be and he's excited to part of the club's foundation year.
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