THE Redcliffe Dolphins have come to the help of the beleaguered Niue islanders.
The Pacific islands, populated by 2100 people and east of the international dateline, were devastated on January 7 by Cyclone Heta.
The 300 kilometre and hour winds destroyed much of the islanders' possessions and food crops.
The Dolphins donated football jumpers, T-shirts and shorts as part of an Australian-wide effort to help out Niue.
NEW Easts halfback Dane Campbell exudes confidence.
Confidence marks his occupation as a salesman and also his position at the Tigers, coming to the club this season, grabbing a Premier League spot and steering his new team-mates around the park. And all this from a 21-year-old largely unknown to the Langlands Park faithful.
IF performances in big matches can provide a ready guide, the rugby league career of Gavin Cooper could reach stellar proportions.
DOLPHIN second-rower Danny Green describes his signing with Redcliffe as ``going from the lowest low in his life to a high''.
Midway through last season the fiery forward had been dumped by National Rugby League club Eels following an altercation at the Parramatta Leagues Club.
UNDOUBTEDLY one of the planks for the Pepsi Dolphins' success over the past decade has been a robust pack.