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CQ and Redcliffe claim wins to climb ladder

Both the CQ Capras and Redcliffe Dolphins claimed wins on the weekend to now sit fourth and fifth respectively on the Hostplus Cup ladder.

CQ Capras 36 defeated Norths Devils 25

  • Edrick Lee scored a double for the second week in a row
  • Centre Oliver Gildart also picked up a double along with three line breaks
  • Prop JJ Collins racked up 196 metres with 101 post-contact metres
  • Kurt Donoghoe packed down at lock and topped the match with 41 tackles

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What the Coach said

"Our discipline hurt us at times, but we got a good start to the game and found a way to win at the back end of the game.

"JJ Collins, Bailey Butler and Kurt Donoghoe laid a great platform for our team with Oliver and Edrick able to finish off with some great tries to put us back in front." - CQ Capras Coach Lionel Harbin

Up next for CQ Capras

The Capras will head to Brisbane on Sunday to face the Tigers who sit on equal points and just 10 points ahead on points difference.

Redcliffe Dolphins 26 defeated Sunshine Coast Falcons 16

  • Brayden McGrady scored a double to go with his 158 metres
  • Valynce Te Whare played less than 10 minutes for the NRL side and was able to play, picking up 205 metres and a try
  • Poasa Faamausili topped the metres for the forwards with 147

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What the Coach said

"Sunshine Coast is a tough place to go up and win against a side with a lot of NRL experience.

We prepared really well all week for them and I'm pleased we got the result." - Redcliffe Dolphins Coach Ben Te'o 

Up next for Redcliffe

Redcliffe will now welcome Hostplus Cup newcomers, the 13th placed Western Clydesdales, to Kayo Stadium on Saturday afternoon at 5pm.

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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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