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LUKE CAPEWELL - RD 7 QRL INTRUST SUPER CUP - WYNNUM MANLY SEAGULLS V REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS - 29TH APRIL 2012. This image is for Editorial Use Only. Any further use or individual sale of the image must be cleared by application to the Manager Sports Media Publishing (SMP Images). PHOTO : CHARLES KNIGHT - SMP IMAGES

Former Courier-Mail medallist Luke Capewell (pictured) will return to the Redcliffe Dolphins for the 2015 Intrust Super Cup season.

Capewell, who played for the Penrith Panthers in this year’s NRL State Championship final against the Northern Pride, is one of a host of impressive new signings for the Dolphins.

Panthers teammate Anthony Cherrington is joining Capewell at the Dolphins, who also welcome the return of Joe Bond, Tom Opacic and John Brady to the Peninsula.

Gains: Luke Capewell, Anthony Cherrington (Penrith Panthers), Adam Lawton, Alex Brown (Widnes Vikings), Reggie Saunders, Trent Richardson (Tweed Seagulls), Logan Harris, Evander Cummins, Charlie Faingaa (St George/Illawarra), Darcy Etrich (NSW Rugby), Curtis Johnston (North Sydney Bears), Joe Bond, Kaine Matthews (Mounties), Brandon Lee, Tom Opacic (Broncos NYC), Marlon Doak, Arlin Paki (CQ Capras), Josh Benjamin (Mackay Cutters), Tristan Lumley (Norths Devils), John Brady (Parramatta NYC)

Losses: Jake Marketo (ST George/Illawarra), Cameron Cullen (Mackay Cutters), Adrian Davis (Penrith Panthers), Chris Fox, Sarafu Fatiaki (Retired) Dave Hala (Gold Coast Titans).

Coach: Troy Lindsay

Home Ground: Dolphin Oval, Redcliffe

2014 Finish: 11th, 8 wins, 1 draw, 15 losses.

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