Season 2017

A Grade coached by Steve Bretherton
Open Premier coached by Kris Muir and Peri Creamer
Southside 3 coached by Gary Speers

Opens Presentation - 9 September

2017Open 2017Open7

2017Open8 2017Open2

2017Open6 2017Open5

2017Open4 2017Open3





Logan Brothers are pleased to announce the following Senior Coaches for the 2016 season.

A Grade Steve Bretherton,  a former Logan Brothers junior who has been coaching Souths Logan Magpies colts for the past 4 seasons.

Open Grade Dave Weldon, another former Logan Brothers  both junior and senior player and also having previously coached Logan Brothers under 20s to a premiership.

Premier Grade Paul Boase, who brings extensive coaching experience in both Second Division and in the Mal Meninga Cup.

Under 20s To Be Advised.




Logan Brothers would like to thank Jason Gainey and Chris Bird for their contribution to the seniors teams over the past 3 years.  They have bought a lot of experience and new ideas to the club during their time with us which hopefully returning players will carry forward into the new season.  The club would like to wish them well in their future endeavours.



Massive Congratulations to  TERRY KEPU from Logan Brothers Southside Open 1 team for winning Player of the Year for his division and also winning the Ted Beaumont Player of the Year for the competition.


Ted Beaumont Trophy

 The Southside Open 1s
Trophy match will be played between Logan Brothers and Bulimba Valleys at
Langlands Park on Monday 9 June at 3.00 PM.

Coach Team Against Home Away Sat LOCATION   (Field)
Jason Gainey Opens 1 Redlands   # 3:00 PM Pinklands   Sports Ground
Wayne Longley Opens 2 Greenbank #   3:00 PM Civic   Park (Logan Central)
Ian Skeen Opens 3 Greenbank #   1:30 PM Civic   Park (Logan Central)
Laurie Naden Opens 4 Logan Wanderers #   12:00 PM Civic   Park (Logan Central)



Open Mens  bsd                              Open Womens - Brisbane Womens Division 

Congratulation to Logan Brothers Opens teams -





 Brisbane Second & Womens Division Rugby League Ladder - 25 August 2013




  Team Played PD Points     Team Played PD Points
1 Gaters 19 427 37   1 Bulimba Valleys 22 482 40
2 Easts Juniors 19 226 24   2 Redlands 22 267 38
3 Pine Rivers 19 -93 24   3 Mt Gravatt 22 100 26
4 Logan Brothers 19 290 23   4 Wests Inala 22 48 22
5 Aspley 19 129 23   5 Logan Brothers 22 -21 19
6 Souths Juniors 19 -71 15   6 Cannon Hill Stars 22 -175 15
7 Carina 19 -234 9   7 Greenbank 22 -112 12
8 Wynnum Manly 19 -674 5   8 Wests Centenary 22 -589 4
            SEASON COMPLETE      




  Team Played PD Points     Team Played PD Points
1 Easts Juniors 20 628 41   1 Browns Plains 18 347 30
2 Logan Brothers 20 512 34   2 Logan Brothers 18 305 28
3 Souths Juniors 20 316 31   3 Edens Landing 18 2 28
4 Brothers Juniors 20 142 27   4 Logan Wanderers 18 34 24
5 Norths Juniors 20 200 26   5 Slacks Creek 18 -14 21
6 Burpengary 20 -3 21   6 Capalaba Juniors 17 -182 15
7 Arana Hills 20 -235 15   7 Cannon Hill 18 -100 14
8 Carina 20 -312 11   8 Mustangs Brothers 18 -106 13
9 Springwood 20 -824 7   9 Waterford 17 -286 5
10 Northlakes Kangaroos 20 -384 1   LOGAN   BROTHERS RUNNERS UP IN THE GRAND FINAL


  Team Played PD Points            
1 Souths Logan 10 642 35            
2 Burleigh Heads 10 446 29            
3 Wests Inala 10 221 26            
4 Beerwah 10 409 24            
5 Logan Brothers 10 -194 14            

The Open's Grands Finals 2012 have been played.

Logan Brothers Open 1s were winners on the day with a good performance against Mount Gravatt.  The 1s were the dominate team through out the season winning the Ted Beaumont trophy and finishing Minor Premiers for the season.  Coaches, Duane Antcliff and Jim Whittle, are planning of bringing the team back to play Opens Prems next season.


Sadly Logan Brothers 20's lost their match but had showed great performance during the season to finish as Minor Premiers for the season.  Easts played better on the day to win the Grand Final, in the true spirit of the game both Logan Brothers & East joined together at the end of the game.



OPEN 1s and 20s - MINOR PREMIERS - in their second division competition for 2012.

Club Loyalty - A Story from our Opens Team.

Brisbane Second Division Rugby League News
                Matthew McInerney and Michael Cremin          
            27/06/2012 10:27:55 AM      

HE was a Logan Brothers halfback a year behind current Australian captain Cameron Smith in his younger years.

He played against Ian Lacey and Tom Learoyld-Lars when he played in the Under 18s competition.

But at a time when the values and place of loyalty in Rugby League are being questioned, you’ll find Aaron Coolwell directing Logan Brothers around the park, like he’s done for the past twenty years.

Watching him play in the Open 1s Ted Beaumont Trophy fixture, you could see how well respected by the players he is as he directed play.

“We’ll go pretty good this year,” he told me after I watched his side beat Wests Centenary 28-20 despite having three players sent to the sin bin and playing 10 minutes with 11 men.

“Discipline-wise we’re probably not the best,” he admits with a smile.

But if there’s anything the longest serving senior player in Logan Brothers history knows, it’s how much he loves his club.

“It’s great. There’s a good environment down there,” he describes. “I know a lot of the guys, I know the club, and I grew up in the area.”

When asked about his future prospects, the softly spoken halfback was a little stumped, but looked only as far as next year when he hopes to line up for Logan Brothers in the Premier Grade.

Bringing the focus back to this season however, he knows that his side will go far – potentially to what would be his 4th Grand Final.

If the rest of the competition didn’t know Logan Brothers were serious in their title hunt, they should now. Undefeated after 13 games, Ted Beaumont Trophy winners, and a sizeable forward pack that loves to flatten opponents.

Logan Brothers will be hard to stop come Grand Final day, and Aaron Coolwell will be there, directing the players as he does so well and chalking up another championship his beloved club.




Open 1's are Playing in the Ted Beaumont Trophy match on Monday 11 June at Langlands Park - come and support the guys.

Logan Brothers Defeated Wests Centenary  28 to 20.




Logan Brothers Tame Panthers

LOGAN Brothers overcame the sinbinning of three players to defeat Wests Centenary Panthers 28-20 in the Southside 1 Ted Beaumont Trophy match at Langlands Park.

Wests got on the board first in the 7th minute, when a seemingly innocuous kick downfield was fumbled by Logan fullback Cain O’Shea.

Wests second rower Patrick Noonan picked the ball up and passed to centre Wade Watson, who raced away to score. Tim McIlwain converted the try.

Logan hit back eight minutes later, when powerful five-eighth Rickson Toloa fought his way over, dragging several defenders with him. Henry Cope added the extras, levelling the game at 6-6.

Logan Brothers gained the lead in the 25th minute, when classy hooker Joshua Teamo snuck over from dummy half. Cope converted the try to give them a 12-6 lead, which they carried into the break.

The game continued in the same manner after the break, with Logan punishing Wests’ poor ball control and scoring through winger Matthew Faiumu in the 41st minute.

They extended the lead just five minutes later, when Jester Niuula superbly offloaded in heavy traffic, finding lock Kurt Whittle who made no mistake in scoring the try. Cope converted the try, giving Logan a 22-6 lead.

Wests hit back in the 50th, when winger Chris Ferris fielded a kick 35m out from his own line. He beat two defenders, then raced down the sideline, stepping his way around the remaining defence to score under the posts. McIlwain converted to make it 22-12.

The undisciplined Logan Brothers side were penalised for several consecutive high tackles, before Perez decided enough was enough. With 14 minutes left to play, halfback Aaron Coolwell committed a high tackle and was sent from the field, only to be joined by Teamo in the same act for dissent.

Wests failed to take full advantage of the two man overlap, scoring only one try 7 minutes from fulltime when Cameron Sinisa crossed.

Logan took control of the dying stages, sealing the result two minutes from time when Faiumu grabbed his second. Wests winger Glynn Robson hit back as the fulltime siren sounded, Logan triumphing 28-20.

After the game, Logan Brothers coach Duane Antcliff praised the performance of his team, commending them for “their season of hard work”.

LOGAN BROTHERS 28 (Faiumu 2, Toloa, Teamo, Whittle tries; Cope 4 goals) def WESTS CENTENARY PANTHERS 20 (Ferris, Watson, Robson, Sinisa tries; McIlwain 2 goals) at Langlands Park