Back row - Grant Polkinhorne, Damian Linton, Tom McKinnon, Derek Micallef, Ryan Knowles, Jarrod Edwards, David Runge, Jarret Giampaolo, David Jalbart, Andrew Jones, Nathan Blomeley, Marcus Cummins, Steve Nicholson, Shane Snibson, Josh Walsh, Brett Dickinson, Damian Lubeek, Matthew Pitt, Chris Matthews, Sam Giblett, Heath Scultz, Ryan Waight, Alex Walsh, Adrian King, Simon Ward, Matthew Harkin, Tim Glasson, Damian Ross, Neil Short, Ken Nunn
Front row - Adam Jenkins, Julian Field, Matthew Dwyer, Ash Barker (VC), Jayden Reid (Capt), Kieran Murrihy (Coach), Brendan Peace, Jake Bridges, Tom Humphries, Tyler Booth
Mascots - Alec Ross, Kayde Linton
Scores: Redan 20.17.137 d East Point 17.16.118
Best: Brendan Peace, Julian Field, Jarrod Edwards, Ryan Knowles, Ryan Waight, Brett Dickinson
Goals: Ashley Barker 3, Ryan Knowles 3, Derik Micallef 2, Kieran Murrihy 2, Andrew Jones 2,
Ryan Waight 2, Brendan Peace, Jayden Reid, Nathan Blomeley, Jake Bridges, Matt Dwyer, Julian Field
Redan kicks a club record score against Bacchus Marsh 38.19.247 to 6.6.42. Redan coached by Kieran Murrihy wins the Premiership against East Point by 19 points. Past Players and Officials’ hold a Grand Final Breakfast, John Birt and John Northey are the main speakers.
Champion Redan junior player and Geelong captain Neil Trezise AO dies. Jarrod Edwards wins the Henderson Medal. Redan coach Kieran Murrihy is awarded the BFL Coach of the Year. Ryan Waight is selected as an All Australian player after the VCFL state carnival.
Under 13.5 Reserves Premiers coached by John Jess, John is also selected as coach of the year in Under 13’s. Redan under 18.5 netballers were Premiers.