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Redcliffe streak continues as they jump Capras

The Redcliffe Dolphins have continued their winning streak and now jumped the CQ Capras on the Hostplus Cup ladder.

Redcliffe Dolphins 44 defeated Western Clydesdales 12

  • Halfback Cody Hunter scored his third double of the season including a hat-trick in round 4
  • Brayden McGrady crossed the stripe and now has 9 tries from 10 appearances
  • Centre Robert Jennings picked up a try and 195 metres, the most for the match
  • The win was Redcliffe's sixth in a row and haven't lost since round 5 (60-4 against Souths Logan Magpies)

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What the Coach said

"The team responded and played well in the second half after a very average first half performance.

"Some real positivevs were debut games for Ayden Hoad and Michael Waqa, which was a great statement for our commitment to developing the next generation of player for the NRL system."  - Redcliffe Dolphins Coach Ben Te'o

Up next for Redcliffe

Redcliffe take on the third placed Tigers at Totally Workwear Stadium on Saturday at 5:30pm. A win could see Redcliffe join equal first position.

Brisbane Tigers 20 defeated CQ Capras 18

  • Edrick Lee scored his third double in as many weeks and now has 9 tries from 9 appearances
  • Front rowers JJ Collins and Bailey Butler both chalked up over 200 run metres

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What the Coach said

"It was a high-quality game.

"JJ Collins was exceptional up front again alongside Bailey Butler.

"Edrick Lee finished well scoring two tries and making the most of his opportunities.

"We had our opportunities at the end to tie it up or win the game but we weren't good enough to take them." - CQ Capras Coach Lionel Harbin

Up next for CQ Capras

The Capras are on the road again, this time heading to Tweed to take on the ninth placed Seagulls on Saturday at 2pm.

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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