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Vodafone Warriors players have again been vital contributors to their in-form feeder club Redcliffe in both the Queensland Cup and Colts premierships.

The Dolphins are sitting third in both competitions, well-positioned for top four finishes ahead of the finals.

In the Queensland Cup – or Hostplus Cup – Vodafone Warriors centre Rocco Berry was a standout in the Dolphins’ 34-22 comeback win over Souths Logan Magpies,

He made 177 metres from 11 runs with two line breaks, a line break assist, a try assist and three tackle breaks as well 22 tackles without a miss.

NRL teammate Adam Pompey scored one of Redcliffe’s seven tries, made 132 metres from 17 runs and had five tackle breaks.

Vodafone Warriors forwards Dunamis Lui, Jackson Frei and Pride Petterson-Robati also made solid contributions.

After starting the season with just one win from their first six matches, the Dolphins are now on an 11-match unbeaten streak.

The club’s Colts team is also performing well, coming away with a 48-18 win against the Magpies last weekend.

Vodafone Warriors NRL hooker Taniela Otukolo was among the try scorers while contracted juniors Ali Leiataua and Jacob Laban also scored tries, Leiataua with a double.

Other Vodafone Warriors players in the line-up were prop Valingi Kepu, winger Demitric Sifakula and prop Lleyton Finau.

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