Redcliffe Dolphins have announced the departure of Intrust Super Cup head coach Adam Mogg following six seasons with the club.
Mogg, who began his Intrust Super Cup coaching career on the Sunshine Coast, has decided to step down from the Dolphins head coaching role.
“Adam has been an incredible servant to the Redcliffe Dolphins club and his time as head coach of the club has been one of the most successful in the club’s history and we would not be in the position we are now without him," Dolphins chairman Bob Jones said.
“On behalf of the Redcliffe Dolphins fans and organisation, thank you Adam and we wish you all the best in your future endeavours."
Mogg was the longest serving first grade coach for Redcliffe Dolphins with six seasons at the helm where he started his role two days after the 2016 pre-season commenced. The Dolphins made the finals every year during his impressive tenure.
Mogg also coached an array of current NRL stars including Kotoni Staggs, Jake Turpin, Toby Rudolph and Matt Lodge.
Other highlights of Mogg’s coaching career include:
• Making two Intrust Super Cup grand finals (2016 and 2018)
• Intrust Super Cup minor premierships (2016 and 2018)
• Winning two Queensland Rugby League club championships (2016 and 2017)
• Intrust Super Cup Cup premiership winner 2018
• National State Championship runner-up in 2018 (against Canterbury Bulldogs)