Redcliffe Dolphins are pleased to announce that Adam Mogg has been appointed as the club's Head Coach for the 2016 season.
One of the Dolphins' favourite sons, Mogg played 106 first grade games for the club and was a member of the 1997 and 2000 premiership winning sides.
A stellar NRL career followed with Parramatta and Canberra before heading over to France to play for Catalans in the English Super League.
Mogg shot to prominence in game two of the 2006 State of Origin series when he scored two tries on debut in Queensland's 30-6 victory at Suncorp Stadium.
Following his retirement from rugby league in 2010 Mogg was appointed head coach of the then Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles for the following season.
In 2012 Mogg returned to Dolphin Oval as an assistant coach to John Dixon before landing a role at the New Zealand Warriors.
He impressed the Warriors enough as an assistant coach to be offered a two year contract which he declined due to business interests and his young family being based on the Sunshine Coast.
Dolphins General Manager of Football Operations Grant Cleal was delighted that his former teammate will be returning to the club.
"We did an extensive search both locally and overseas to come up with the right man following Anthony's departure and we know we have found him," Cleal said.
Mogg will start in the role immediately and is looking forward to the challenge of returning the Dolphins to finals football.