Results // Round 18

QRL REPORT

The Souths Logan Magpies proved too slick for an under-strength Tweed Heads Seagulls in Round 18, claiming a 36-14 win at Piggabeen Sports Complex.

The Seagulls have now dropped back to 11th position on an incredibly congested Intrust Super Cup ladder after their third successive loss.

On the flip side, the Magpies were impressive in their first victory since Round 12 against the Ipswich Jets and are back in the top six on 20 points, with the Seagulls one of four teams just two points behind with six rounds remaining.

NRL/ BRONCOS/ SLM HOLIDAY CLINIC

On Tuesday the 10th of July the annual NRL- Broncos -Souths Logan Magpies holiday clinic was held at Logan Brothers!

With close to 200 boys and girls participating in a day full of Rugby League fun!

The day was topped off with Brisbane Broncos Anthony Milford, Jayden Sua, Patrick Mago and George Fai attending after lunch to lend a hand and sign posters for everyone.

A big thanks to the  NRL development and the Brisbane Broncos for making the day a great success also to Logan Brothers for the use of their grounds.

Special mentiones & a big thank you to all the Souths Logan volunteers that gave up there time on Tuesday to lend a hand, the day wouldn’t have been a success without you!

Game Times // Round 18

This weekend the Souths Logan Magpies travel down the M1 to Piggabeen to take on the in formTweed Heads Seagulls. Round 18 see’s the greatest Magpie of this Era Phil Dennis equal the most ever Queensland Cup games ever played at 270! 

ROUND 18 Preview

Tweed Heads Seagulls v Souths Logan Magpies
Piggabeen Sports Complex, Sunday, July 15 – 2.15pm
Head-to-Head: Souths Logan 17 Tweed 15
Twitter: #intrustsupercup #THSvSLM

  • The Tweed Heads Seagulls were left to rue a poor period of defence mid-way through the second half last weekend where they allowed Wynnum Manly to score four tries in 15 minutes to eventually lose a nail biter 24-22.
  • After producing a mini-surge to move themselves up the Intrust Super Cup ladder, the Seagulls have slipped in recent weeks, posting back-to-back losses.
  • Success has also been hard to come by for the Magpies who will be aiming to break a five-game losing streak.
  • Souths Logan have won the past six games played between these two sides, while Tweed Heads have won their past five games at Piggabeen.
  • Fresh from playing his part in the history-making win in the Under 20s game last night; Corey Allan has been named at fullback for the Magpies this weekend in place of last week’s debutant Tanah Boyd.

TEAM LIST

Souths Logan Magpies

1. Corey Allan
2. Benaiah Bowie
3. Marion Seve
4. Dan Russell
5. Paul Rokolati
6. Guy Hamilton
7. Sam Scarlett
8. George Fai
9. Travis Waddell
10. Rhys Melville
11. Brendon Gibb
12. Simi Fatafehi
13. Phil Dennis (c)
14. Manaia Cherrington
15. William Samuel
16. Daniel Tamou
17. Sam Elliott

Tweed Heads Seagulls

1. Talor Walters 2. Kiah Cooper 3. Brendan Elliot 4. Ryland Jacobs 5. Tevita Folau 6. Lindon McGrady 7. Kane Elgey 8. Leilani Latu 9. Eli Levido 16. Maia Sands 11. Lamar Manuel-Liolevave (c) 12. Kalani Going 13. Ryan Simpkins (c) 10. Jarrod Morfett 14. Jack Cook 15. Reece Summer 17. Nathan Young 18. Rory Lillis 19. Tony Matautia

Coach: Ben Woolf


game times | all grades

SUNDAY 15th July

Brisbane Rugby League A-Grade | Davies Park | Sunday 15th July
Souths v Tigers 3pm


SEQ Seniors Woman’s Div 1 | Davies Park| Sunday 15th July
Souths v Easts Tigers 1pm


Hastings Deering Colts U20’s | Piggabeen Sports Comlex| Sunday 15th July
Souths v Tweed Heads Seagulls 10.00am

TEAM LIST

Souths Logan Magpies

1. Thane Kellermeyer 2. Tommy Sa’u 3. Ioane Seiuli 4. Kye Oates 5. Ashton Watson 6. Dray Ngatuere-Wroe 7. Tanah Boyd 8. Kobe Tararo 9. Blake Scott 10. Rory Ferguson (c) 11. Clayton Uia 12. Luke Burton 13. Clayton Mack 14. Sam Tolu 15. Jacob Alick 16. Bruce Ten 17. Emosi Tuqiri

Coach: Shane Boyd 

Tweed Heads Seagulls

1. Jordan Birch 2. Noah Gafa 3. Isaac Lee 4. Curtis Dansey-Smaller 5. Gerard Ah-Nau 6. Toby Sexton 7. Jaman Rio 8. Lachlan Douglas 9. Liam Hampson (c) 10. Senn Kane 11. Ben Thomas 12. Blake Campbell 13. Gideon Afemui 14. Jack Peacock 15. Lazeryth Sua 16. Bostyn Hakaraia 17. Josh Sexton

Coach: Steve Dowd


 

 

Results // Round 17

Capras stun as Barcaldine gets taste of Tanah

Game Times // Round 17

This weekend the Souths Logan Magpies head to Barcaldine to take on the CQ Capras!! The Hastings Deering Colts & ISC side both making the trip up.

Game Times
COLTS: SLM v CQ Capras @ 4PM
ISC: SLM v CQ Capras @ 6PM

Round 17 Preview

Head-to-Head: Souths-Logan 23 Central 18 Drawn 2
Twitter: #intrustsupercup #CQCvSLM

  • The CQ Capras and Souths Logan Magpies are headed to Barcaldine this weekend; making it the second time a Cup game has been held in the town.
  • The first one also featured the Magpies who defeated the Norths Devils 32-24 there as part of Country Week in 2016.
  • These two teams don’t mind travelling and have played 11 times away from Brisbane or Rockhampton previously, with the Magpies winning eight of them.
  • The Magpies have the upper hand against their CQ rivals and claimed a 36-4 win when they last met at Davies Park in Round 6.
  • The have also won the past three, and nine of the past 10 games played against the Capras.

#Intrustsupercup #itsmagpieseason

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Results // Round 16

Norths scrape home over Magpies … again

 

A sizzling Norths Devils try proved the difference in a nailbiting 24-22 win over Souths Logan Magpies at Suncorp Stadium in Round 16 of the Intrust Super Cup.

The 49th-minute try – and the sideline conversion from Jack Miers – were the only points of a tight second half that the Devils had threatened to split open.

The Devils’ try began from a 20m restart which led to a break down the right side.

Centre Luke Pollock went close to scoring before the Devils turned their attack left, flinging the ball towinger Namila Davui.

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Game Times // Round 16

SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES play a blockbuster curtain raiser at Suncorp Stadium against the Norths Devils on Saturday 30 June, before the main game gets underway between the Brisbane Broncos and Canberra Raiders.

Game Times
Norths Devils v Souths Logan Magpies @ 5PM
Brisbane Broncos v Canberra Raiders @ 7.35PM

To help you get along to the game, the Broncos are pleased to offer you a special ticket price until 5pm Friday 22 June (subject to availability). Jump on now to secure the best available seats!

During the offer period, adults can access tickets for only $19.88 and children are $11. Additional service and handling fees may apply and a maximum of 20 discounted tickets can be purchased per transaction.

To access these prices simply follow these instructions:

1. Visit http://premier.ticketek.com.au/shows/show.aspx?sh=BRON1618
2. Ensure you have a My Ticketek account
3. Enter the password MAGPIES in the password box, then click ‘Get Tickets’
4. Select the number of tickets you require, then proceed with your order
5. Your tickets will be delivered via your chosen delivery method

#Intrustsupercup #itsmagpieseason

TEAM LIST

Souths Logan Magpies

1. Corey Allan
2. Benaiah Bowie
3. Marion Seve
4. Dan Russell
5. Paul Rokolati
6. Guy Hamilton
7. Sam Scarlett
8. George Fai
9. Travis Waddell
10. Rhys Melville
11. Brendon Gibb
12. David Fifita
13. Phil Dennis (c)
14. Jordan Scott
15. Kobe Tararo
16. Daniel Tamou
17. Sam Elliott

Norths Devils

1. Jack Ahearn 2. Michael Lucas 3. Luke Pollock 4. Gehamat Shibasaki 5. Paul Ulberg 6. Zach Strasser 7. Troy Dargan 8. Riley Leota 9. Michael Sio 10. Jamayne Taunoa-Brown 11. Oshae Tuiasau 12. Brandon Lee 13. John Palavi (c) 15. Carne Doyle-Manga 16. Sam Tagataese 17. Guy Williams 19. Jack Miers

Coach: Rohan Smith


game times | all grades

Saturday 30th June

SEQ Southside 1  | Brandon Park | Saturday 30th June
Souths v Wynnum Manly 3.00pm

Brisbane Rugby League A-Grade | Emerson Park | Saturday 30th June
Souths v Valley Diehards 3.00pm

SEQ Seniors Woman’s Div 1 | Pizzey Park | Saturday 30th June
Souths v Burleigh 4.30pm

Hastings Deering Colts U20’s | Bye Weekend

QLD Residents – Match Report

Bears duo injured in tough Residents loss

Injury was added to insult as XXXX Queensland Residents halfback Jamal Fogarty suffered another ankle injury in a 36-20 defeat at the hands of NSW Residents.

The nightmare outing began when NSW half Kyle Flanagan pounced on a grubber kick just centimetres from the dead-ball line in the fifth minute.

Full live stream of the match available here.

Appointed captain of the Blues side at just 19 years of age, the son of Cronulla Sharks head coach Shane Flanagan proved he was up to the task with a standout performance.

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XXXX Queensland Residents Selection

XXXX Queensland Residents named

Ten Intrust Super Cup clubs will provide one or more representatives to the XXXX Queensland Residents team to play New South Wales next Sunday.

The annual representative clash will be played before Game Two of the Holden State of Origin series at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium.

Northern Pride, Wynnum Manly, Souths Logan, Burleigh, Easts and Redcliffe will be represented by multiple players, while Sunshine Coast, Ipswich, Townsville and Norths all have one representative in the 18-man line-up.

Queensland coach Jon Buchanan said state selectors were faced with a difficult task.