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A Word from the CEO | Ed.5

A word from CEO Jim McClelland

Friday 09.06.17 9:43am


The week that was…

Endorphins are high after another great week at the Nest, due to the pronounced on field performances over the last couple of weeks.

This weekend we take on a massive challenge, traveling to Port Moresby to play the PNG Hunters at home on Sunday afternoon. Without George Fai and Joe Boyce who were both injured last round, it will certainly be tough, but I know the boys are looking forward to the challenge.

Round 14 marks another milestone for one of our juniors and favourite young players, Scott Doyle, who will play his 50th first grade game for the Magpies. Scott has had an outstanding season highlighted by his selection in the Queensland Residents team. Scotty’s 50 games for the Magpies is a great achievement for a fantastic young player and is a credit to the Magpie Family.

Great news also this week with the council giving the club a permit to operate a bi-monthly Friday night Food Festival, which will be a vibrant inclusion to the West End Calender. With food trucks, food stalls, movies in the park, activities on the green space for the kids, live music and more! Stay tuned, we will be posting the initial start date in the coming weeks. For more information and to be part of the mailing list click on the link and add your email  http://the-sunset-social.launchrock.com/

Jim McClelland





QRL Report

The Souths Logan Magpies withstood some second half flair to record a 25-12 win over the Burleigh Bears at Davies Park yesterday.

The Bears scored three eye-catching tries in the second half, but after trailing 18-0 at the break, it was too much head-start to overcome.

Handling was the biggest issue for the Bears, as their low completion rate in the first half led to repeat sets on their line and mounting defensive pressure.

The Magpies took advantage of their opportunities and ran in three tries to set up a comfortable lead at the break.

Burleigh attacked well in patches, especially in the second half, but coach Jim Lenihan lamented his side’s struggle to hold the ball and build pressure.

“Whether it was forced or unforced, we just gave away too much possession, today,” he said.

“Plenty of times we didn’t have a choice in the matter, but then there were plenty of times where we did it to ourselves and would just drop it cold.

“If we held the ball better today, we’d give ourselves a real chance to beat a side that is probably a form side in the competition. It’s just frustrating how we find ways to lose at the moment.”

With co-captain Luke Page missing through injury, Matthew White had a massive game up front, hitting hard and running with gusto every carry.

The likes of Nathanial Peteru, Jesse Malcolm and Troy Leo impressed at various stages as well, but ultimately the Bears were their own worst enemy.

Souths got scoring underway in the eighth minute when Travis Waddell barged his way over from dummy half.

Scott Doyle showed plenty of strength to bump off a couple as he scored in the 19th minute, while Connor Toia straightened and sliced straight through to make it 18-0 in the 28th minute.

Burleigh hit back straight after halftime when Sami Sauiluma and Jamie Dowling combined to break the line in the 42nd minute.

The offload was deflected off Souths and Dallas Wells was on the spot to regather the ball and score Burleigh’s first of the day.

It was exactly what the Bears needed, but some errors soon after opened the door for Matt Minto to have a run from close range, taking the score out to 24-4.

Two pin-point kicks from Harry Siejka in the 57th and 64th minutes for Kurtis Rowe and Henare Wells respectively kept Burleigh in the hunt.

The first was a nice grubber in behind the defence, while the second was a beautiful chip kick which Wells ran onto to score.

Despite scoring those three tries in a relatively short period of time, the Bears were unable to put the Magpies under any real pressure due to an off day at the kicking tee.

The Bears missed all three conversion attempts and the margin remained at two converted tries.

Some heads-up play from Minto, who slotted an unexpected field goal in the 74th minute sealed the win for the home side.

See the full scoring details and final team line-ups for this game via QRL Live

SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 25 (Travis Waddell, Scott Doyle, Conner Toia, Matthew Minto tries; Jamayne Isaako 4 goals; Matthew Minto field goal) def BURLEIGH BEARS 12 (Dallas Wells, Kurtis Rowe, Henare Wells tries) at Davies Park.

*This first appeared on the Burleigh Bears website

Round 13 highlights by Panagos Productions

Ladder | RD 13



All Results

Fogs U20’s:  SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 54 (Dray Ngatuere-Wroe 3, David Pritchard 2, Ezra Tuli, Derek Hemopo, Bradley Frith, Alan White, Savaan Tahere tries; bradley Frith 7 goals) def BURLEIGH BEARS 0 at Davies Park

Game Times | Round 12

Game Times // Team Lists

This Sunday our Souths Logan Magpies head to Langlands Park to take on the Easts Tigers. The Magpies currently sit 1 competition point below the Tigers on the ladder and are aiming for the win! The boys would really appreciate your support as they strive to keep up the winning streak!



Team List | RD 12

1.Jamayne Isaako

2.Cameron Booth

3.Lenny Magey

4.Scott Doyle

5.Luke Archer

6.Matthew Minto

7.Conner Toia

8.Aotealofa Tuimavave

9.Jordan Scott

10.Sam Lavea

11.Simione Fatafehi

12.Jack Anderson

13.Joe Boyce

14.Bradley Frith

15.Phil Dennis (c)

16.Jordan Mago

17.Raiden Fonoti

Coach: Jon Buchanan

Game Times

FOG’S U20’s: Souths Logan Magpies V Easts Tigers @ 1.25pm

Intrust Super Cup: Souths Logan Magpies v Easts Tigers @ 3pm.



Results | Round 9


The Redcliffe Dolphins provided a textbook example of offensive prowess in their 52-12 win over the Souths Logan Magpies on Sunday afternoon at the Dolphin Oval.

After only allowing two tries all game long, Dolphins coach Adam Mogg credited his squad’s ability to play as a cohesive unit for the win.

“I thought our execution was really good and I think everyone just did their job today,” Mogg said.

“To be able to score like that everyone has to do their job.”

Troy Giess and PNG international Thompson Teteh led the Dolphins with two tries each, while Tyson Gamble, Aaron Whitchurch and 2017 XXXX Queensland Residents representatives Christian Hazard, Jonus Pearson, Thomas Opacic also got themselves on the scoreboard. Joshua Beehag finished the match with eight out of nine attempted conversions.

The Magpies managed two tries, with forwards George Fai and Simione Fatafehi crossing the line for the visitors.

While the Dolphins did not have the ideal opening to the game and allowed the Magpies a quick try in the fourth minutes to Residents squad member Fai; Mogg was happy to see his team overcome their slow start.

“It was just good that our players got their game back on and went into halftime in front,” Mogg said.

“Just everyone is doing their job on defence and working hard for each other, and that reflection came off in our attack.”

This weekend sees the competition break for the Representative Round and Mogg will have a number of players in action for the both the Queensland Residents team and the PNG Kumuls.

When they return for Round 10, the Dolphins will face the Mackay Cutters who would love nothing better than to bring down the high flyers.

“They are a different team the Cutters, so we will have to prepare slightly different,” Coach Mogg said.

“They have some big forwards, they got a bit of speed out wide, and they have a really good kicking game.”

The Cutters will visit the Dolphin Oval Saturday, May 13 for a night matchup. Kickoff is a 7pm.

The Magpies will aim to end their two-game losing streak when they visit Jack Manski Oval to take on the Townsville Blackhawks.

See the full scoring details and final team line-ups for this game via QRL Live

REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS 52 (Troy Giess 2, Thompson Teteh 2, Tyson Gamble, Christian Hazard, Jonus Pearson, Thomas Opacic, Aaron Whitchurch tries; Joshua Beehag 8 goals) def SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 12 (George Fai, Simione Fatafehi tries; Jamayne Isaako 2 goals) at Dolphin Oval.

Ladder | Round 9


 Mal Meninga U18’s

SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 34 (Sam Tolu, Jonathan Saipele, Josiah Taofinuu, Tagiolupe Tivalu, Tanah Boyd, Dray Ngatuere-Wroe, Josiah Cox tries; Tanah Boyd 3 goals) def REDCLIFFE DOLPHINS 16 (Amani Arutahiki, Zack Sullivan, Jayden Newbould tries; Regan Baker, Dwight Saueha goals) at Dolphin Oval.


 EASTS TIGERS 54 (Jack Creith 2, Gene Ropoama 2, Michael Koko, Brandon Downey, Kevin Bell, Michael Egan, Matt Richards tries; Matt Pitman 1, Brandon Downey 8, Goals defeated LOGAN BROTHERS 0

Round 9 | Game Times

Intrust Super Cup

This week Souths Logan Magpies face up against top of the Ladder Redcliffe Dolphins. After coming of a loss last week and despite injuries the Magpies are looking strong and are keen for a win this weekend!

The game will be held at Dolphin Oval in Redcliffe at 2pm. 


Team List


Mal Meninga U18’s

Article from QRL Media

Congratulations to all teams who have made the semi-finals of the Under 18 Mal Meninga Cup and FOGS Under 20s Statewide Cup.

The finalists for the Mal Meninga Cup were only determined following the last match of the season and the fact there were eight teams still fighting for the four finals spots indicated the closeness of the competition.

The date, venues and times for all four semi-final matches this weekend are as follows:

Mal Meninga Cup

(1)    Souths Logan Magpies v (4) Redcliffe Dolphins – 12noon Sunday, April 30 – Dolphin Oval
(2)    Western Mustangs v (3) Easts Tigers – 1pm on Sunday, April 30 – Gold Park, Toowoomba (please note new time)

FOGS Under 20s Cup

(1)    Redcliffe v (4) Western Mustangs – 2.45pm Sunday, April 30 – Gold Park, Toowoomba (please note new time)
(2)    Mackay Cutters v (3) Northern Pride – 11.30am Sunday, April 30 – BB Print Stadium, Mackay

Souths Logan played Tweed Heads in Round 8 of the Meninga Cup – and in the semi finals this week will play Redcliffe. Photo: SMP Images


Sat, 29 April Logan Brothers v Easts Tigers @ Civic Park 3.00pm



Round 3 | Results

QRL Report

The PNG Hunters just managed to keep their unbeaten run against the Souths Logan Magpies intact yesterday with a close 22-20 win at Davies Park.

In a thrilling and evenly-contested match – the Magpies had the chance to level the scores after the fulltime siren with Scott Doyle lining up a conversion kick, only for it to be waved away.

The PNG side are now up 7-0 in the head-to-head; but this was a game were a draw would have been a fitting results given the effort of the two sides who scored four tries apiece.

The Hunters opened the scoring in the 13th minute with fullback Stargroth Amean stepping his way through defenders to post his side’s first try.

The opening came after the Hunters were able to put some continued early pressure on the Souths Magpies line.

The Magpies hit back when their fullback Jamayne Isaako was able to cross the line.

Both sides posted one more try each in the half, with the Hunters taking a 12-10 lead at halftime with co-captain Ase Boas slotting two from two conversion attempts in the first half.

The second half was another closely contented battle, within neither side able to break free of their opponent.

However, some rampaging runs from Willie Minoga (who coach Michael Marum has now fashioned into a powerful centre) proved decisive.

Difficult to tackle and possessing a deceptive speed for a large player, Minoga ran in the next to tries for the visitors to put them out to a 22-10 lead.

That proved to be just enough, despite the Magpies mounting their spirited comeback, with Cameron Booth scoring the key try in the right wing after taking a pin-point kick from half Matt Minto.

This weekend, the Magpies will have to put aside their disappointment when they travel to the Gold Coast to take on Burleigh, while the Hunters are back at home and will host Norths Devils.

PNG HUNTERS 22 (Willie Minoga 2, Stargroth Amean, Wawa Paul tries; Ase Boas 3 goals) def SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 20 (Jamayne Isaako, Matthew Minto, Scott Doyle, Cameron Booth tries; Scott Doyle 2 goals) at Davies Park.


Mal Meninga | 54 – 12

SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 54 (Clayton Mack 2, Jonathan Siofele 2, Dray Ngatuere-Wroe, Josiah Taofinuu, Jake Rowles, Tanah Boyd, David Fifita, Ioane Seiuli tries; Tanah Boyd 7 goals) def CENTRAL CROWS 10 (Errol Simpson 2 tries; Layton Chambers goal) at Cherbourg RLFC.

Round 3 | SLM v PNG Hunters | Game Times

Souths Logan Magpies V PNG Hunters

Round 3 of the Intrust Super Cup see our Souths Logan Magpies take on the undefeated PNG Hunters in a Magpies home game clash. After coming of a win on the weekend, the Magpies are keen to keep the ball rolling. Come on down to Davies Park and support your team this Sunday, in whats sure to be a great game!

Gates Open at 12.30pm!
Intrust Super Cup kick off at 2pm.

Adults | $10
Concession & Seniors | $5
14yrs and under | Free

See you on Sunday!



Round 3 Intrust Super Cup teams

Gains and Losses

Gains and Losses

Incoming coach Souths Logan Magpies coach Jon Buchanan has made his mark at his new club, signing some key personnel for the 2017 season.

Headlined by the arrival of crafty half Matt Minto from the CQ Capras, Buchanan has also picked up some young talent from the National Youth Competition with Jordan Scott and Souths junior Simione Fatafehi (both Gold Coast Titans) joining the Magpies.

The side just missed out on a finals berth in the 2016 season and will be aiming high in 2017.


Matt Minto (CQ Capras), Lenny Magey (Townsville Blackhawks), Kyle McConnell (Ipswich), Evander Cummins (Redcliffe Dolphins), Jordan Scott (Gold Coast Titans NYC), Simione Fatafehi (Gold Coast Titans NYC), Connor Toia (Burleigh Bears)


Jack Joass (Mackay Cutters)

Where we finished in 2016: 7th

2017 coach: Jon Buchanan (replacing Josh Hannay)

Philly D’s Dynasty

Saturday the 20th of August marks one of the greatest milestones in the 108 year history of the Magpies.

Our captain and arguably one of the clubs greatest ever players, plays 200 first grade games for the club he has devoted  the past 11 years too, after playing a season at both Wests and Easts. He has achieved this milestone through his commitment, passion, drive and devotion to the team and the club he represents.

Phil Dennis bleeds black and white, and it’s his courage and mental toughness, over his 11 years with us, that has been the driving force behind the Magpies.

Phil has represented QLD and was selected in the QRL 20 year cup team in 2015, this along with his 200 first grade games, where he has never played a single reserve grade game, makes him not only a legend of the Magpies but indeed the game at our level.

I have said in the past how lucky I have been over many years to have witnessed some of the greats of our game don the Magpie jersey, and I have always said that Phil Dennis will always be recognised as one of the best to wear the jersey.

So on Saturday night at 6pm, take a moment to acknowledge the great achievement of one of our greatest ever players. A man who has dedicated his career to a club that he loves so dearly, a person of such great character and an outstanding human being.

Philly D the most capped first grade player in the history of the Magpies, the club salutes you.

Jim McClelland | CEO