Easts edge into top four
A last gasp try from Marion Seve has helped lift Easts Tigers into the Intrust Super Cup top four.
The Tigers trailed by as much as 16 points heading in the second half against Souths Logan Magpies before three unanswered tries in the final 20 minutes saw them take the win.
Young Storm playmaker Scott Drinkwater was again brilliant at fullback, scoring a scintillating try in the 62nd minute to kick start the comeback before Seve capped it off.
"Drinky got man of the match and was outstanding," Easts coach Scott Sipple said.
"With Brodie Croft going out of the side he really stepped up. He is playing some great football at the moment and was really dangerous in attack.
"Marion has been solid and fitted in really well. With a good pre-season under his belt he will fit in well down there in Melbourne."
EASTS TIGERS 36 (Leon Ellia-Niukore, Brett Kelly, Tommy Butterfield, Scott Drinkwater, Linc Port, Marion Seve tries; Brayden Torpy 6 goals) def SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES 34 (Phil Dennis, Daniel Tamou, Sam Scarlett, Brendon Gibb, Paul Rokolati, Travis Waddell tries; Guy Hamilton 5 goals) at Suzuki Stadium, Langlands Park.