The Queensland Rugby League South East Division (also known as the South East Division) is a rugby league division responsible for the running of rugby league in South-East Queensland. This makes the South East Division responsible for the FOGS Cup, FOGS Colts Challenge and Brisbane Second Division competitions. This Division also administers the City team in the annual QRL City-Country match. It is also responsible for administering the game of rugby league across the Gold Coast and Ipswich. These two cities alone comprise over 7000 junior and senior players.
In 2007 the East Division merged with the Southern Division to form the South East Queensland Division, decreasing the number of QRL divisions from 6 to 5. 
The QRL South East Division Juniors, soon to be known as the Greater Brisbane Junior Rugby League, or "The South East Stingers" is the arm of the Queensland Rugby League which administers and develops junior rugby league in the greater Brisbane area.
Its boundaries stretch from Burpengary in the North, to Beenleigh in the South and the Ipswich City/Brisbane boundary in the West. There's even a junior club on North Stradbroke Island.
Within this region are 45 affiliated junior rugby league clubs which had a combined Season 2006 total of 11,455 registered junior players within the Under 7 to Under 18 age groups. This equated to 676 teams in the overall competition for which an average of 320 fixture matches were played each weekend during the season across Brisbane. Each weekend an estimated 30,000 spectators attended those matches.
The FOGS Cup and FOGS Colts Challenge competitions are one and two divisions below the Queensland Cup respectively. They are run by the QRL South East Division. Due to a sponsorship arrangements, the competitions were formerly known as the Quest Cup (up until 2003), The Mixwell Cup (2003-05) and from 2006 will be known as the FOGS (Former Queensland State of Origin Greats of Queensland) took over the sponsorship.