Who can register?
Children must have had their 5th birthday to register to play rugby league. We have teams in the U6-U17 age groups.
Both girls and boys are encouraged to register. Girls can play in mixed teams at the Dolphins up to and including U12. Following that they may register to play in a girls competition. The Dolphins does not currently have a team in this competition.
Visit the Play NRL website for more information.
When can I register?
Online registration for all players to play in 2019 will open on 1st November 2018. Please note that all registration is done online. There is no sign on day.
How much does it cost?
Our registration fee is $155 and is payable at the time of registration. This fee covers the cost of registration and weekly game fees.
Where can I buy the uniform?
Players are provided with a playing jersey to be returned at the end of the season. Players are required to purchase playing shorts and playing socks from Leading Edge Sports, Clontarf. Leading Edge offers a 10% discount to Dolphins Rugby League players on presentation of proof of registration.
Mouthguards are not compulsory however are highly recommended. We recommend Redcliffe Smiles at Dolphins Central for custom fitted mouthguards. Members of the Redcliffe Leagues Club get 10% off out of pocket expenses at Redcliffe Smiles on presentation of their membership card. Click here to join the Redcliffe Leagues Club.
When does training start?
For information on this initiative, click here. If you are successful in obtaining a Get Started Voucher, you will need to complete the following steps:
Existing U6-U11 players who think they may be eligible for a Get Started Voucher can email a team preference to [email protected]
Our Junior program provide kids with a safe and fun introduction to the game of rugby league.
Players are given the opportunity to reach their potential in a fun and safe environment with the support of the Dolphins Junior and Development programs.
Our players often develop friendships for life as they develop their game in our culture of teamwork and ‘going a mile for your mate’.