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Redcliffe Dolphins gains and losses

There will be no lack of motivation for the Redcliffe Dolphins next year with the club falling just short of a grand final berth in an otherwise outstanding 2017 season.

However, the club has farewelled some vitally experienced players in the off-season, with a number of players expanding on their footballing careers and taking up their opportunity to be involved in an NRL set up are Tyson Gamble (Wests Tigers), Christian Hazard (Newcastle Knights), Matthew Lodge (Brisbane Broncos) and Myles Taueli (Brisbane Broncos).

Coach Adam Mogg will be buoyed however by the arrival of some exciting recruits, including towering winger Obed Karwhin who recently starred in the NRL’s League In Harmony program promotional campaign.

The full list of gains and losses is below. *

Redcliffe Dolphins 2018 Gains and Losses

Gains: Tony Tumusa (CQ Capras), Obed Karwhin (North Sydney), Jeremy Hawkins (Melbourne Storm), Bryce Donovan (Newcastle Knights), Jake Sparey (Gold Coast Titans NYC), Kotoni Staggs (Brisbane Broncos NYC), Scott Schulte (Parramatta Eels), Jordan Pinnock (NZ Warriors NYC), James Taylor (Norths Devils), Toby Rudolf (South Sydney Rabbitohs), Manaia Rudolph (Canterbury Bulldogs), Josh Fauid (Brisbane Broncos NYC)

Losses: Jack Ahearn (Norths Devils), Tyson Gamble (Wests Tigers), Christian Hazard (Newcastle Knights), Matthew Lodge (Brisbane Broncos), Myles Taueli (Brisbane Broncos), Hayden Hansen (Swinton Lions, UK), Danny Bridge (Rochdale Rovers, UK), Nick Ritter (released), Joe Bradley (released), Brandon Lee (released), Johnnie Fox (released), Rulon Nutira (released), Harley Aiono (Easts Tigers)

Where they finished in 2017: 2nd (eliminated Finals Week 3)

2018 coach: Adam Mogg

*Submissions made by clubs. Names correct at time of publication.

- updated December 20.

QRL Media will be featuring the Gains and Losses for the 2018 season for each of the Intrust Super Cup clubs in coming weeks. Stay tuned to to see all the player movement. 

2018 Intrust Super Cup Gains and Losses

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