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This week?s match at Browne Park in the Central capital will present the Magpies with a chance to address last week?s performance.
Coach Anthony Griffin identified a defensive flaw in the outside backs, which was rectified at half time.
Unfortunately, the score line at that time was too big a hurdle to overcome, especially against a quality team such as the Clydesdales.
The team this week will feature another pair of brothers in Cameron and Daniel Joyce.
They come to the team with strong family pedigree ? their dad Bob, played with the Magpies in the mid to late 70s.
Queensland Cup Players? Player was Darren Glase.
The A-grade team had a reversal of form last week against Wests with that disappointing loss.
The team travels to the Gold Coast to meet newcomers Runaway Bay on Saturday afternoon.
Last weekend?s Players? Player in A-grade was Clive Haynes, awarded the honour for his strong game on the wing.
Colts? coach Chris Phelan caught up on some sleep this last week after an impressive display by his charges last weekend against Wests.
The commitment and execution that Chris has been searching for materialised last weekend and the team is looking forward to tackling Runaway Bay on Saturday also.
Players? Player last week in Colts was Sean Baker, who scored four tries playing centre.
Souths Logan Magpies players, members and supporters wish to extend deepest sympathies to James Api and his family after the loss of James?s aunt, who passed away this last week.