Tough test for Redcliffe Dolphins

Published 1:00pm 10 May 2023

Tough test for Redcliffe Dolphins
Words by Kylie Knight

Photo: Sheldon Pitama in action against the Falcons courtesy of Erick Lucero, QRL

The Redcliffe Dolphins will need to bring their A game to Rockhampton when they face the top-of-the-table Central Queensland Capras on Saturday afternoon.

This weekend’s game follows a bye for the Dolphins in round 8 and a big 32-18 win over the Sunshine Coast Falcons at Redcliffe on April 29 in round 7. The Falcons were third on the ladder going into the game.

The Redcliffe Dolphins are now seventh on the ladder on 10 points, with three wins, two draws and two losses.

The Capras sit at the top of the table on 14 points, with only one loss so far this season.

Dolphins stalwart and former captain Cameron Cullen will make his return to the team after training with them in recent weeks. He will wear the No.6.

Also named in the side are Dolphins NRL players Robert Jennings, Mason Teague, Max Plath, Harrison Graham and Poasa Faamausili. Kick-off is at 4pm.

The NRL team is on a bye this week, playing Melbourne Storm at Suncorp Stadium on May 20 (7.35pm kick-off).

Redcliffe Dolphins team list

  1. Trai Fuller
  2. Brayden McGrady
  3. Robert Jennings
  4. Jeremy Hawkins
  5. Caleb Jackson
  6. Cameron Cullen
  7. Cody Hunter
  8. Tyson Cleal
  9. Sheldon Pitama
  10. Dunamis Lui
  11. Mason Teague
  12. Jeremiah Simbiken
  13. Max Plath

Interchange

  1. Harrison Graham
  2. Jackson Frei
  3. Poasa Faamausili
  4. Albert Kelly

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