In 1994 netball made its debut at Redan although the BFL competition did start in 1991 with Beaufort winning the first three premierships, at first it was a struggle to get players. Carol Brennan was the coordinator in the early years.
In 1999 new coach Lucinda Coobs had the three teams playing well and showing much improvement. In 2001 Rebecca Giblett was coach/coordinator. The next year Kay Hutchins and Diane Edlin had three teams in the finals with the B grade team taking out the Premiership.
In 2003 Trudy Hawker was coach/coordinator with Kerrie Moulthan and Chelsea Bird, again all teams making the finals. In 2004 the A Grade side played in its first Grand Final falling to Sebastopol by 21 goals.
In 2006, 2007 and 2008 the reserves have been runners up, hopefully 2009 will be the year. In the under 18.5 competition the Redan Netball girls have won the premiership in 2006 and 2008 ‘A great effort’.
In 2009 the Reserves and Under 18’s won the premiership, a great effort. In 2011 Redan ended the four year premiership run of Lake Wendouree, defeating that side to take out its first A Grade title. The reserves and under 18 were also premiers. 2011 also marked the opening of Redan's netball court at the City Oval. What a year!
In 2016 the U/19 Netball side were premiers and it was announced that a junior Netball court would be constructed at the Western Oval.
In 2017 the junior Netball court was opened at the Western Oval and Redan had its first A Grade Netball League Best and Fairest (Sally McLean Trophy) in Ruby Parry.