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Redcliffe Dolphins: Gains and losses for season 2021

A couple of young guns with experience in NRL systems have been added to an already impressive roster for season 2021 with Redcliffe Dolphins.

This year, the Dolphins are affiliated with New Zealand Warriors and fans can expect to see some of the NRL club's young talent feature with the club this season.

However, coach Adam Mogg and new assistant coaches Justin Hodges and Scott Hill will be counting on Redcliffe's core group of players to show the way on the field for the team.

Mogg joined by Hodges and Hill at Dolphins

New additions to the squad this year include former Canberra Raiders duo Jarrett Subloo and Daniel Kerr. 

Subloo, a North Queensland junior, made his NRL debut last season and has plenty to offer the squad which has also seen the addition of Fiji representative Joey Ratu (pictured above)  from Wests Tigers. 

The Dolphins will kick off their Intrust Super campaign in Round 1 on Saturday night, travelling to BB Print Stadium to face Mackay Cutters.

Redcliffe Dolphins 2021 gains and losses

Gains: Jarrett Subloo (Canberra Raiders), Daniel Keir (Canberra Raiders), Patrick Gallen (Northern Pride), Manaia Cherrington (Souths Logan Magpies), Setu Tu (New Zealand Warriors), Ryan Turner (Central Queensland Capras), Joseph Ratuvakacereivalu (Wests Tigers), Hunter Smallhorn (Pine Rivers Bears)

Losses: Jordan Grant (Brisbane Tigers), Jon Reuben (Norths Devils), Ben Shea (Albi Tigers, France), BJ Aufaga To’Omaga (Sunshine Coast Falcons), Asipeli Fine (retired), Taylor Brown (retired), Marmin Barba (retired).

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

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