Dolphins: No change for Comets

LIKE most Central Queenslanders, Redcliffe coach Anthony Griffin hopes the Comets can turn their 2005 season around quickly.

But Griffin, who crafted his coaching career at Rockhampton Brothers more than 10 years ago, is adamant the club's change of fortunes will not start this weekend.

Griffin's Redcliffe class act takes on the Comets in their round nine Queensland Wizard Cup clash at Dolphin Oval on Sunday.

An expected Dolphins win will cement a top five position for the home side while victory for the Comets will ease some pressure on the ailing club.

"We know they're struggling, but are not really worried about them,'' Griffin said.

"As a team, we're starting to come together. Against Tweed (last Sunday) we were under a lot of pressure and we managed to dig ourselves out of trouble.''

The Comets caused one of the upsets of last season when they scored their first win at Dolphin Oval in the club's history. Griffin said he was always conscious of the "underdog''.



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