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REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS

Postby H » Thu Apr 11, 2013 3:51 pm

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REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS v MACKAY CUTTERS
Dolphin Oval on Sunday, April 14 – 2pm *(Live on Channel 9)
Referee: Nick Kalpakidis
Head to Head: Redcliffe 6 Mackay 3 Drawn 1
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This Sunday, Redcliffe will host the Mackay Cutters in their first Closing the Gap round match, which will also be highlighted in front of the Channel 9 cameras. The home side have partnered with local community groups Institute for Urban Indigenous Health, Deadly Choices and Closing the Gap – and thanks to their sponsorship, entry to the match is free. Indigenous artist Charlie Chambers has been commissioned to create a new Redcliffe Dolphins playing kit for the match. As a drug and alcohol free event, the Dick Boxsell Can Bar will get a make-over for the day and will be used as a Deadly Choices check point and the place to find a traditional Kup Murri lunch. Turning to the action on the field, this will be Redcliffe’s 400th Cup game; the first team to reach this milestone. In that time, they have won 265, drawn 10 and lost 124 matches. Following his eight-point haul in the Dolphins’ 24-24 draw against CQ Capras last weekend, winger Liam Georgetown (1092) has passed Reggie Cressbrook (1089) to become the third-highest point scorer in Cup history. This weekend, the Cutters will be missing round four match-winner Michael Morgan who has moved straight back up into the North Queensland Cowboys halfback position following the injury to Robert Lui last weekend. However, in return, the Cutters are set to receive hulking forward Jason Taumalolo and try-scoring winger Kalifa Faifai Loa back from the Cowboys. Forward Jason Schirnack has not been named and is fighting a Grade 1 Reckless High Tackle charge at the QRL Judiciary tonight.

QRL Media tips: Redcliffe Dolphins by 8. After suffering an almighty scare at the hands of the Capras last weekend, the Dolphins will be focused on returning to their winning ways, especially in front of a big home crowd.
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Re: REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS

Postby S J » Thu Apr 11, 2013 3:52 pm

The Dolphins - were they after the 2nd Brisbane team ?
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Re: REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS

Postby S J » Thu Apr 11, 2013 3:53 pm

Mackay have a long way to travel. Spent a few weeks in Mackay. Out Black's Beach way.
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Re: REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS

Postby H » Thu Apr 11, 2013 4:02 pm

S J wrote:The Dolphins - were they after the 2nd Brisbane team ?

Do you mean the second Brisbane NRL franchise. If so then yes they were at some stage looking into it.Not sure if they still are interested.The Redcliffe Dolphins have one of the biggest most successful leagues clubs in Qld.
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Re: REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS

Postby S J » Thu Apr 11, 2013 4:19 pm

H wrote:
S J wrote:The Dolphins - were they after the 2nd Brisbane team ?

Do you mean the second Brisbane NRL franchise. If so then yes they were at some stage looking into it.Not sure if they still are interested.The Redcliffe Dolphins have one of the biggest most successful leagues clubs in Qld.


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Re: REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS

Postby H » Fri Apr 12, 2013 4:35 pm

A LINK TO THEIR HOMEPAGE.
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Re: REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS

Postby H » Sun Apr 14, 2013 11:09 am

Redcliffe Dolphins wear heart and culture on sleeves to tackle indigenous health
http://www.couriermail.com.au/questnews/moreton/redcliffe-dolphins-wear-heart-and-culture-on-sleeves-against-mackay-to-tackle-indigenous-health/story-fn8m0yu3-1226619174840
by: Jamie-Leigh Mason, Redcliffe & Bayside Herald
From: Quest Newspapers
April 14, 2013 12:00AM


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Redcliffe Dolphins winger Liam Georgetown shows off the indigenous jersey his team will wear in today's Close The Gap round match against Mackay Cutters. Source: Quest Newspapers

Liam Georgetown is urging locals to tackle indigenous health inequality when Redcliffe Dolphins take part in a Closing the Gap match against Mackay today.

Wearing a jersey inspired by indigenous artist Charlie Chambers' artwork The Fishing Trip, Georgetown said Sunday would be a ``really special'' moment.

``I've seen the jersey before but I can't wait to put it on and play in it,'' he said. ``We are expecting a tough game against Mackay but we always have tough games against them.

``I think this game will be really special for the club, and especially for me and my family, and past indigenous players as well.''

Dolphins relations manager Kirsty Fields said entry was free and the day was to highlight indigenous health, as well as acknowledge the Dolphins' past and present indigenous players.

``Gubbi Gubbi elder Nurden Serico will give Dolphins fans the traditional welcome to country and present the match day ball to the captains and officials,'' she said.

Indigenous players from Colts, Fogs A Grade and Intrust Super Cup as well as past players will be presented with the artwork before the game and at a post-match presentation.

Queensland Cup players will be given the opportunity to purchase their game-day jersey. If they don't, any spares will be auctioned on eBay, starting at $150.

Traditional music will be played during the day and a kup murri lunch will be available to purchase.

The day is run in conjunction with Deadly Choices, Institute for Urban Indigenous Health and the Australian Indigenous Youth Academy. Smoking and alcohol will not be permitted.

Fogs A grade play Wynnum at 12.15pm, followed by the Intrust Super Cup clash between the Dolphins and Mackay Cutters at 2pm. The Dolphins colts will play at the Sunshine Coast.
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Re: REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS

Postby H » Thu Apr 18, 2013 5:51 pm

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REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS v SUNSHINE COAST SEA EAGLES
Dolphin Oval on Sunday, April 21 – 3pm
Referee: Michael Gordon
Head to Head: Redcliffe 4 Sunshine Coast 4
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‘Big Brother’ Redcliffe will host ‘Little Brother’ Sunshine Coast this weekend in what is always a hard-fought game. The Sea Eagles always seem to lift to a higher level every time the sides meet, producing a number of intense matches – including their 36-20 win in round 4 last year. But despite their surprise loss to the Mackay Cutters at home last weekend, Redcliffe will still be favourites to beat the Sea Eagles – especially given their recent record over the side. The Dolphins have won three of their past four games against the Sea Eagles, whose last win at Dolphin Oval was in 2009. With a number of injuries sustained by players in their heavy 48-6 loss to the Northern Pride last Sunday, the Sunshine Coast have shuffled their backline for this weekend’s match. Centre Jye Ballinger is out with a hand injury while Guyana-born outside back Kevin McKenzie comes in on the wing. Jordan Meads lacerated his lip in the Pride game and will be replaced by James Boyce on the bench. Redcliffe’s side remains unchanged for the match, with halfback Luke Capewell (Easts/Ipswich/Redcliffe) to play his 50th Cup match.

QRL Media tips: Redcliffe Dolphins by 6. The Dolphins were on the back foot early against the Cutters last weekend – but if they start well in this match – their experience should prove too much for the Sunshine Coast.
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Re: REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS

Postby H » Sun Apr 21, 2013 1:53 pm

Redcliffe Dolphins must improve to knock off fired up Sea Eagles

by:Jacob Grams, Redcliffe & Bayside Herald From: Quest Newspapers April 21, 2013 12:00AM

Luke Capewell will play his 50th Intrust Super Cup match when he lines up for Redcliffe against Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles on Sunday at Dolphin Oval.

But it won't be much of a celebration without massive improvements on last week's effort against Mackay, according to coach John Dixon.

"Irrespective of the result we just didn't play as well as we can,'' he said of the 34-18 loss. "We just need to play a lot better.''

"We've had a good week of training preparing us for the Sea Eagles who have caused us a bit of strife in the last couple of years.

"They get excited about playing Redcliffe. I know they will start very well.''

Dixon said he was wary of the attacking threat of former Stanley Rivers juniors Rowan and Callum Klein and strength of the Sea Eagles' front row.

He backed his side to have confidence in defence, particularly from the inexperienced back row and bench despite lapses in the past two matches.

Dixon has his fingers crossed Nick Slyney will receive a clearance from the Broncos to allow him to line up at lock for the Dolphins.

Denan Kemp has recovered from a hamstring injury and will play fullback pending a final call on Joe Bond's fitness.

Bond has trained lightly this week after leaving the field in the 20th minute of the match against Mackay with a suspected back injury.

With the FOGS Cup side enjoying a bye, the Colts at 1.15pm will precede the main game at 3pm.

Redcliffe Dolphins
1. Joe Bond/Denan Kemp 2. Delroy Berryman 3. Aaron Whitchurch 4. Paul Ivan 5. Liam Georgetown 6. Zach Strasser 7. Luke Capewell 8. Isaak Ah Mau 9. Tom Murphy 10. Petero Civoniceva (c) 11. Joe Bradley 12. Sarafu Fatiaki 13. Brenden Vengoa 14. Tui Samoa 15. Moni Tikinau 16. Alex Simpson 17. Jacob Mayer

Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles
1. Kyle Van Klaveren 2. Kevin McKenzie 3. Rowan Klein 4. Tye Ingebrigtsen 5. Dale Middleton 6. Callum Klein (c) 7. Justin Otto 8. Martin Cordwell 9. Brenton Stonier 10. Ryan Hansen 11. Kristian Wanka 12. Sam Bernstrom 13. Peter Gallen 14. James Boyce 15. Jay Lobwein 16. Brendan Adams 17. Mitchell McMahon
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Re: REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS

Postby H » Mon Apr 22, 2013 6:30 pm

Attacking Spark Returns For Dolphins
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22/04/2013 8:26:10 AM

Redcliffe re-discovered their attacking spark to deliver a 50-10 Dolphin Oval demolition of the Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles in the Intrust Super Cup on Sunday afternoon.

With big guns Nick Slyney and David Hala back in the fold, the Redcliffe pack ran riot in the second half, gaining big metres on almost every set.

Denan Kemp, Aaron Whitchurch and Luke Capewell all scored doubles for the Dolphins, while Paul Ivan, Tom Murphy and Joe Bradley also scored in the nine tries to two victory.

Discipline was scarce with both teams guilty of dropping too much football and conceding soft penalties in a scrappy game.

It will be back to the drawing board for the Sea Eagles, who had no answers to the Dolphins attack and struggled to make an impact, rarely testing the Dolphins outside an opening burst that had the visitors leading 10-0 after 10 minutes.

But it was all one way traffic from there as Redcliffe took home their first full competition points since round three.

The Dolphins scored three times in 15 minutes to lead 18-10 at halftime after the Sea Eagles had the better of the opening exchanges before some brilliance from Capewell lifted the home side.

The Dolphins halfback was back to his best, his 40/20 kick in the 25th minute followed by some sensational footwork to score and give Redcliffe the lead showcased the form that saw him named Courier-Mail Player of the Year in 2012.

Whitchurch posted first points for Redcliffe nine minutes into the second half and the floodgates opened.

Ivan finished a Zach Strasser line break, Murphy burrowed over from dummy half and Capewell was on the receiving end of a surging Sarafu Fatiaki run to put the result out of reach for the Sea Eagles.

A sloppy defensive effort from the Sunshine Coast on the last tackle saw the Dolphins keep the ball alive long enough for Whitchurch to grab his second in the 72nd minute and another Zach Strasser line break had Kemp over again for the Dolphins to bring up their half-century on the full-time siren.

REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS 50 (Denan Kemp 2, Aaron Whitchurch 2, Luke Capewell 2, Paul Ivan, Tom Murphy, Joe Bradley tries; Liam Georgetown 7 goals) def SUNSHINE COAST SEA EAGLES 10 (Justin Otto, Brenton Stonier tries; Ryan Hansen goal) at Dolphin Oval
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