SIGN ON FOR SENIORS - The club will be available for Open's Sign On Monday to Thursday between 5:30pm to 7:00pm.


Pre-season training will commence on 8th January 2013.  Training will be on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6:30pm.


The club has allocated Friday 18th January 2013 as our official sign on night.  Club paperwork can be downloaded (PDF) and bring with you already completed.  A Player Agreement with Brisbane Second Division will be completed on the night after payment has been received.  Remember to bring some photo ID and your medicare card.


Sign on Fees for Opens will be $100 per player, to be paid prior to playing a game.


The following Trial Matches have already been organised (you need to be signed on and financial to take part) with Ipswich Brothers.
Date - 16th February 2013
Venue - Ipswich Brothers
Time - 4:00 pm Under 20
Time - 5:00 pm Reserve Grade
Time - 7:30 pm A Grade


Following on from the success of 2012 we are looking forward to having even better success in 2013.  The club already has plans to have an Open Prems, Open 1s, Open 4s and 20s teams for the season.  Also a very warm welcome to the Open Womens team joining us this season.

Coach contact details will be put up in the New Year.

New Uniforms

 women web

 senior web



The club has registered for this program.

Get Started – Funding to help kids participate 

Get Started assists children and young people who can least afford or may otherwise benefit from joining a sport or recreation club. Eligible children and young people are provided with a voucher of up to $150 to help pay for club membership and participation fees. The vouchers can be redeemed at a sport or recreation club registered with the program.


The 2013 Development Squads for Under 13 and Under 14 players have been announced by Stingers

2013 u13 u14 dev squads


Logan Brothers President attended the Stingers Presentation Night on Friday night and walked away with quite a few awards thanks to our brilliant group of young footballers, their Coaches and Trainers, and or course the Managers, League Safe and Touch Judges.  We had an interesting start to the season with no field and finding places to train, but the quality of our players has shown through in the number of awards received.

Below is our president with the 5 awards received from our Under 12 teams - a show of the talent to come through our ranks.


Our Prems players did not let us down with Logan Brothers being joint recipients of the Premier Club of the Year with Redcliffe.  This is based on the number of our Premier teams that win Grand Finals.


We did not win champion club of the year, but were mentioned in the top 5 finalists.  This award is based on a formula to allow smaller clubs a chance of winning.

I believe however Logan walked away with the most awards for the night.  These will all be on display in the club.


As a final we would like thank once again the invaluable assistance we received from Centenary in the use of their fields and the hospitality they have shown us through the season.  A big thank you to the players and coaches who persevered with Logan Brothers during the start of the season.





Condolences to the family of Kaine Fels, a young life lost too soon.  Our thoughts and prayers are with Kaine’s parents (Kylie and Mark) as well as his brothers (Brayden, Deegan and Mark).

Kaine's funeral will be held at Logan Brothers Club House on Friday 21st September.  The funeral service will commence at 10:30am, followed by the family going to a private internment at 1pm.

Kaine was just like every other boy growing up in South Logan – physically active and rugby league mad.  Kaine joined Logan Brothers Rugby League Club in 2006, looking forward to each new season and taking to the field to play football.

In 2011 Kaine was playing in the Under 11’s for Logan Brothers Rugby League Club, Kaine was also filling in for the Under 12’s Div 5 team when they were short of players.  In July of that year Kaine came off the field at the end of a game with a sore back.  One doctor put it down to a pulled muscle and advised his parents to let him rest.  On his birthday that week some family members took Kaine to the movies when he became ill and started to vomit uncontrollably.  The doctors sent him to the Mater Hospital where and ultrasound was done only to reveal a tumour.  He was sent through to the Royal Children’s Hospital in Brisbane so his treatment could commence straight away.

Kaine was diagnosed with Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma and spent the next nine months undergoing various treatments including chemotherapy and radiation.    Although this meant that Kaine could no longer play rugby league he still watched his team play whenever he was able, and would visit his club (Logan Brother).  Over his period in hospital he had visit from various rugby league players, the club provided a laptop so he could keep in touch with his mates, and many people provided his family with support.

Kaine could not play his Grand Final that year, but turned up to the game to support his team.  At the club presentation for 2011 Kaine was awarded the Cameron Smith Award, for the way he played his football, supported his team and how he was handling the treatment he had to undergo.  He got to meet Cameron Smith in August 2012 when he was given the honour of running out with the Melbourne Storm at their home ground.

It appeared that Kaine may have beaten the cancer only to be diagnosed as terminal in May.  Sadly Kaine lost his fight on Tuesday, and will be missed by all those who knew him.

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