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Redcliffe down Jets while Capras enjoy the bye

The Redcliffe Dolphins have jumped up the Hostplus Cup ladder into 10th position while the Capras remain in outright first after a bye.

Redcliffe Dolphins 40 defeated Ipswich Jets 12

  • Five unanswered tries gave the Dolphins a comfortable lead dominating the second half 22-0
  • Dolphins NRL train and trial halfback Cody Hunter picked up 20 points two tries and six goals
  • Fellow Dolphins NRL train and trial players Brayden McGrady (two tries) and Brenton Baira also crossed the stripe
  • Redcliffe now sit 10th on the ladder with two wins, two losses and two draws

What the coach said

"It was great to be back at Kayo Stadium with an improved performance.

"Special mention to Caleb Jackson who made his Hostplus Cup debut and picked up our Players' Player award." - Ben Te'o, Redcliffe Coach.

Up next for Redcliffe

The Redcliffe Dolphins will enjoy back-to-back home games at Kayo Stadium hosting the Sunshine Coast Falcons at 5.00pm Saturday 29 April.

Up next for CQ Capras

Coming off the bye, the undefeated Capras will host Wynnum Manly at Browne Park in Rockhampton, 6.00pm Saturday 29 April.

Acknowledgement of Country

The Dolphins respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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