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Share your Dolphins' memories

Posted: 1pm 10 May 2021

We asked the community to back the Dolphins’ bid for the 17th NRL licence and they have responded in their thousands. You too can be part of history by signing the pledge and sharing your Dolphins memories.

In just a few days, more than 5000 people have signed the pledge in an enormous show of support for the club, which has a proud 74-year history.

It’s a history entwined in the lives of many and we’re keen to hear your stories and see your photos.

Internationally renowned poet and local icon Rupert McCall, who grew up on the Redcliffe Peninsula, shared his favourite memory which "pays tribute to the passion of grand final day in 2018"

"Not only was it a Dolphins victory to treasure, it sparked a celebration I could share with Mum & Dad, my brother and my own kids. 3 generations of Dolphins fans!"

Share your favourite memory in the form below and submit your photos. We’ll choose a selection for publication here on Moreton Daily and in the local newspaper, Dolphins News.

Tell us your memories below (maximum 500 characters)
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