Results // Colts Semi Final

The Souths Logan Magpies Colts finished the season strong to make the Hastings Deering Colts finals series in 6th spot but would have a tough assignment going to Stan Williams Park in Cairns to take on the third placed Northern Pride. (Hastings Deering Colts U20s – Finals week 1: 3rd v 6th). Unfortunately the boys couldn’t get the win on the road & went down to the Northern Pride 24-16. What a great season it was for our U20’s! Thank you to everyone for your support!

NORTHERN PRIDE 24 (Joshtel Charlie 2, Connor Luhan, Brandon Jackonia tries; Jack Campagnolo 4 goals) def SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 16 (Jacob Alick, Blake Scott, Ashton Watson tries; Tanah Boyd 2 goals) at Stan Williams Park, Cairns.

Game Highlights: https://www.qrl.com.au/news/20182/09/03/pride-v-magpies-final-highlights-u20-hastings-deering-colts/

 

Results // Round 24

Winning end for Magpies over Mackay

The Souths Logan Magpies prevailed 22-14 in a tense and fiery clash with the QCCS Mackay Cutters at BB Print Stadium to end their season on a winning note.

With nothing but pride on the line for both sides, it was the Cutters who burst out of the blocks early. However, the Magpies ran the hosts down and took the lead just before halftime, a lead they wouldn’t surrender as several missed chances cost Mackay any hopes of a dramatic comeback.

Game Times // Round 24

It’s the Mighty Magpies last home game of the season and the boys are heading to Mackay to take on the Cutters!

Intrust Super Cup | BB Print Stadium | Saturday 25th August
Souths Logan v Mackay Cutters 6pm

Head-to-Head: Souths Logan 15 Mackay 4 Drawn 1
Twitter: #intrustsupercup #MCvSLM 

  • Mackay’s win last week was their 100th in the Cup, and their first win in 13 games.
  • Souths Logan have endured a lean end to the season, finishing on the wrong end of the scoreboard in 10 of their last 11 games.
  • Both the Cutters and Magpies are extremely proud clubs, and their fighting qualities are reflected by premiership wins in 2008 (Souths) and 2013 (Mackay).
  • Unfortunately for the Cutters, this will be their third wooden spoon (following 2009 and 2016).
  • Magpies five-eighth Guy Hamilton is on track to collect an individual award at next week’s QRL Petero Civoniceva Medal Dinner, with the former Falcon nicely clear at the top of the leading scorers’ standings.

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Round 23 // Results

Dennis will chase magic 300 after derby thriller

After almost helping to derail the finals hopes of his former club Easts Tigers in the local derby, ageless Phil Dennis will ask the Souths Logan Magpies for one last season in the black-and-white.

Dennis lasted 74 minutes of the tense 36-34 contest at Suzuki Stadium Langlands Park and was first to score for the Magpies.

The clash was only sealed in the Tigers’ favour after a Marion Seve try two minutes from fulltime was converted by Brayden Torpy from out wide.

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Game Times // Round 23

Easts Tigers v Souths Logan Magpies
Suzuki Stadium, Saturday, August 18 – 1.10pm* (Live on Channel 9)
Live on Channel 9 from 1pm
Head-to-Head: Easts 30 Souths-Logan 14
Twitter: #intrustsupercup #TIGESvSLM

• Easts Tigers can all but seal their spot in this year’s semi-finals series when they host the out of form Magpies on Saturday.

• In a stunning form reversal, the Tigers have won seven of their past eight games to move from 11th to fifth on the ladder.

• The Magpies have struggled during the same period, losing nine of their last 10 to slide from second to 10th.

• This will be 100th Cup game for Tigers forward Jack Svendsen, who joined the club from the Northern Pride.

• Souths Logan suffered a heavy blow during the week with George Fai and Manaia Cherrington both suspended for a week for shoulder charges.

Team List

1. Corey Allan
2. Benaiah Bowie
3. Marion Seve
4. Cameron Booth
5. Paul Rokolati
6. Guy Hamilton
7. Sam Scarlett
8. Rhys Melville
9. Travis Waddell
10. Sam Lavea
11. Brendon Gibb
12. Dan Tamou
13. Phil Dennis (c)
14. Rory Ferguson
15. Clayton Mack
16. Cody McIntosh
17. William Samuel

Easts Tigers

1. Scott Drinkwater 2. Linc Port 4. Marion Seve 3. Shane Neumann 5. Conor Carey 6. Brayden Torpy 7. Brodie Croft 8. Albert Vete 9. Brandon Smith 10. Brett Greinke 11. Jake Foster (c) 12. Patrick Kaufusi 13. Jack Svendsen 14. Tommy Butterfield 15. Ash Little 16. Tino Fa’asuamaleaui 20. Sam Kasiano

Coach: Scott Sipple


game times | all grades

Saturday 18th aug

Hastings Deering Colts | Suzuki Stadium, Langlands Park | Saturday 18th August
Souths Logan v Easts Tigers 11am

Team List

Souths Logan Magpies

1. Leevai Sutton 2. Henry Pritchard 3. Ioane Seiuli 4. Tommy Sa’u 5. Ashton Watson 6. Kye Oates 7. Tanah Boyd 8. Kobe Tararo (c) 9. Blake Scott 10. Emosi Tuqiri 11. Jacob Alick 12. Luke Burton 13. Iizaya Ranga Iti 14. Sam Tolu 15. Jayden Thompson 16. Bruce Ten 17. BJ Oates

Coach: Shane Boyd

Easts Tigers

1. Nathan Brown (c) 2. Daniel Ayres 3. Luke Self 4. Lorenzo Mulitalo 5. Matthew Legovic 6. Joel Hughes 7. Lachlan Vellacott 8. Joseph Gilmour 9. Bailey Court 10. Tiui Misi 11. Jared Chambers 12. Tyrone Titasey 13. Zac Teevan 14. Jac Gough 15. Luke Kisaloff 16. Brandon Frescon 17. Brayden Young

Coach: Ian Gough

Ladder

PosTeamPWLDBPFPAPDPts
1241531554725029741
2241540558337820540
3241351556633123537
4241360563236426836
5241261554740214535
6241261550037013035

Brisbane Rugby League A-Grade | Suzuki Stadium, Langlands Park | Saturday 18th August
Souths Logan v Easts Tigers 3pm

 


 

 

 

Results // Round 22

Bears continue to build after bringing down Magpies

Burleigh have won consecutive games for the first time since June by defeating the Souths Logan Magpies 22-10 at Davies Park in an important result that seems them continue to build at the right time of the year.

The Essential Coffee Burleigh Bears have had a tough run with injuries through the middle period of the season and have been unable to post consecutive wins since winning three on the trot in Rounds 11-13.

Today, they backed up a solid win over Wynnum Manly in Round 21 with a hard-earned win over the Magpies in a slog-fest.

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Game Times // Round 22

It’s our last home game of the season 🙁 and our Souths Logan Magpies are taking on the Burleigh Bears! The game time has been changed from 3pm to 2pm. Make sure you get along to Davies Park and support the Mighty Magpies!

Match Preview

Head-to-Head: Burleigh 24 Souths Logan 13 Drawn 3
Twitter: #intrustsupercup #SLMvBEARS
Livestream: Bears TV

  • The Magpies toughed it out against the PNG Hunters last weekend, but were unable to overcome them in a tough match; leaving their finals hopes hanging by a thread.
  • The Bears however stayed in the hunt for a top two finish with a strong win over Wynnum Manly.
  • The last time these two sides met in Round 4; the Bears proved too strong at home, claiming a 40-28 win.
  • While Souths Logan have lost their past three, and eighth of their past nine games; they have won two of their past three games against Burleigh at Davies Park and will be looking for that run to continue.
  • The Bears have also lost three of their past four game on the road.

TEAM LIST

Souths Logan Magpies

1. Corey Allan
2. Benaiah Bowie
3. Lenny Magey
4. Dan Russell
5. Paul Rokolati
6. Guy Hamilton
7. Sam Scarlett
8. George Fai
9. Travis Waddell
10. Thomas Flegler
11. Brendon Gibb
12. Dan Tamou
13. Phil Dennis (c)
14. Manaia Cherrington
15. Sam Lavea
16. Rory Ferguson
17. William Samuel

Burleigh Bears

1. Kurtis Rowe 2. Troy Leo 3. Sami Sauiluma 4. Joshua Berkers 5. Toby McIntosh 6. Dylan Phythian 7. Jamal Fogarty 8. Luke Page (c) 9. Pat Politoni 10. Matt White 11. Matthew Robinson 12. Hayden Schwass 13. Sam Coster 14. Jeff Lynch 15. Kai O’Donnell 17. Jess Savage 18. Tyler Sparkes

Coach: Jim Lenihan


game times | all grades

Saturday 11th aug

Brisbane Rugby League A-Grade | Gold Park | Saturday 11th August
Souths Logan v Westerday Mustangs 2pm

TEAM LIST

Souths Logan Magpies

1. Thane Kellermeyer 2. Tommy Sa’u 3. Ioane Seiuli 4. Jacob Alick 5. Ashton Watson 6. Kye Oates 7. Tanah Boyd 8. Kobe Tararo 9. Blake Scott 19. Rory Ferguson (c) 11. Clayton Uia 12. Luke Burton 13. Iizaya Ranga Iti 14. Sam Tolu 15. Clayton Mack 16. Bruce Ten 17. Emosi Tuqiri

Coach: Shane Boyd

Western Mustangs

1. Benji Neliman 2. Buddy Stanley 3. Tuia Eliu 4. Hedi Kafoa 5. Paul Christensen 6. Dylan Quinn 7. Zac Stevens 8. Michael Naseri 9. Cody McNiece 10. Luke Maiden 11. Wally Pegler 12. James Robinson (c) 13. Blake Cullen 14. Aidan Kennedy 15. Bryce Whale 16. Josh Foster 17. Jacob Leach

Coach: Eugene Seddon


Sunday 12th aug

Brisbane Rugby League A-Grade | BMD Kougari Oval | Sunday 12th August
Souths Logan v Wynnum Manly  1.15pm

 

 

Results // Round 21

Hunters into top six after bruising win v Magpies

The PNG Hunters produced a physical defensive performance to down the Souths Logan Magpies in a key win that saw them climb into the Intrust Super Cup top six.

The visitors were forced to work hard at Davies Park for their 18-6 win against a committed Souths Logan side and there was plenty of feeling in the match with both sides playing to keep themselves in the running for finals football.

The Magpies blooded three new players with Clayton Mack, William Samuel and Rory Ferguson all making their Intrust Super Cup debuts; and they would have found it an eye-opening experience with the Hunters muscling up in defence.