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DOLPHIN TRIVIA: Which player has won Qld Cups with both Redcliffe and Norths ?
An upset win by Tweed Heads over Toowoomba and a turnaround in fortunes against Norths this weekend are the only way the Dolphins Premier Grade side can feature in this seasons play-offs after Burleigh won last weekends Dolphin Oval encounter. A determined defensive effort saw the Bears walk away with the spoils and took Redcliffes destiny out of its own hands. Troy Lindsay is in the best form of his career despite the sides performances and was awarded the SEARLES GARDEN PRODUCTS Player of the Match and KEYSTAR MOTORS Players Player.
A grade suffered a defeat at the hands of Burleigh after winning the sides last two encounters. With scores locked up at half-time the visitors proved to strong in the second stanza and won 32-12. Colt Maddison Murphy was a standout performer and was judged HOGS BREATH CAF? Man of the Match. The side plays Norths this weekend in a game that could potentially decide who finishes fourth and proceeds to the finals.
Redcliffe Colts showed glimmers of their potential despite suffering a 32-10 loss to Burleigh. In a tight first half the Dolphins at times looked to be getting the better of their more fancied rivals however by the end of the game old habits crept back in and the result took on a familiar look. Reece Bailey discovered some lost form and was duly awarded the LEADING EDGE SPORTS Man of the Match. This weeks assignment sees the young side finish their year off against competition favourites Norths and a win would give them a good reminder of what might have been.
The Northstar Motorgroup is our last home game sponsor of the year and the club has organised its annual junior parade to celebrate the occasion. Thanks to Bob Aldons for his support of our junior League and the club hopes you have a good day supporting the Dolphins against Norths to complete the fixtures for season 2004.
Answer: Craig O?Dwyer