The eyes of the rugby league world were all on Suncorp Stadium for Magic Round last weekend, but there was plenty of great action in reserve grade as well.
We only had three games of NSW Cup, but a full round of Queensland Cup north of the border.
Here are just a few of the standouts from the weekend.
ZACH DOCKAR-CLAY - WESTERN SUBURBS MAGPIES
At 26, Dockar-Clay is a NSW Cup veteran in his sixth season of reserve grade after a brief stint with Hull in the UK.
He continued his good form in his first year at the Magpies with another polished performance in Thursday's 36-16 win over the Bears at North Sydney Oval.
With the Magpies forced into a reshuffle when the Tigers pulled their NRL contracted players from the match, Dockar-Clay didn't miss a beat.
He was seemingly in everything, finshing the match with four try assists, three linebreak assists and four tackle busts in 16 runs and 126 metres gained.
The versatile Dockar-Clay also kicked a perfect six from six as Western Suburbs moved into outright second place on the ladder.
JORDAN RANKIN - PARRAMATTA EELS
Parra scored a 78th minute try to steal a 26-24 win over the Raiders at Ringrose Park, and playmaker Jordan Rankin was in everything.
With Jakob Arthur earning his NRL debut, Rankin took control of the match, playing a crucial role in four of the Eels' five tries.
The 29-year-old, who has had stints at the Titans and Tigers in and around spells in Super League, finished the nailbiting win with four try assists, two line break assists and a tackle break of his own.
Always dangerous with ball in hand and off the boot, he chimed in with 21 tackles as well.
We've gotta give a shout out to Eels prop Makahesi Makatoa as well. In his 63 minutes on the field, he ran for an incredible 228 metres in 24 runs, including 98 post-contact metres and three tackle breaks.
He was also busy on defence, making 44 tackles.
RORY FERGUSON - SOUTHS LOGAN MAGPIES
In a side featuring Tom Dearden, Tesi Niu and Karmichael Hunt, Rory Ferguson was a standout in the Magpies' 48-14 win over PNG Hunters.
Ferguson was all action after coming off the bench in the 20th minute, running for 179 metres in 14 runs and throwing his body all over the park.
The 22-year-old, who has played all his Q Cup footy with Souths Logan, wasn't able to add to his try-scoring tally for the season, but made a linebreak, a try assist and three tackle breaks as the Magpies earned a much-needed third win of the season.
ZEB TAIA AND ISSAC LUKE - WYNNUM MANLY SEAGULLS
You could take your pick of standouts from the high-flying Seagulls over the weekend, but the class and experience of two old hands was crucial in scoring a come-from-behind win over the Falcons.
Wynnum Manly went behind 18-0 inside the first 25-minutes, but the table-topping Seagulls were never out of the contest.
The 36-year-old veteran Zeb Taia scored a try either side of halftime as the Seagulls mounted their comeback.
Meanwhile, Luke - after copping a first-half sin-binning - was instrumental in the second 40.
The crafty dummy half controlled the attack and set-up three tries as Wynnum Manly ran out 38-24 victors.
If you can catch the highlights, check out the first half try Delouise Hoeter sets up for Richard Kennar too. The set-up and the finish are both spectacular.
JOSH CHUDLEIGH - TOWNSVILLE BLACKHAWKS
The Blackhawks scored a remarkable 78th minute try off a seven-tackle set to claim a 24-18 win over McKay Cutters in a pulsating northern derby.
Kalifa Faifai-Loa scored a double and Benn Campagnolo touched down for the match-winner on debut, but it was the relentless hard work of Josh Chudleigh that laid the platform for a much-needed win.
Chudleigh was all heart, and was instrumental in making half a break and throwing an offload in the lead-up to the game-winning try.
The win is Townsville's third of the season and leaves the side ninth on the ladder.