Team of the Decade 2000-2009

 

 

B: Sam Giblett
B: Sam Giblett

Fierce competitor, could be used as an on-baller as well. Multiple Senior and U/18 Premiership player at Redan. BFL Team of Year 2010.

Luke Nunn
Luke Nunn

Very good overhead mark. Four time Senior Premiership player at Redan and son of three time Premiership player and Hall of Fame and Life member Ken Nunn.

Adrian King
Adrian King

Very reliable defender. Multiple Premiership player and father Wayne was Head Trainer of the Club.

HB: Ryan Waight
HB: Ryan Waight

Great over head mark for his size. Very handy when moved forward especially in big finals. All Australian 2006.

Mark Kennedy (VC)
Mark Kennedy (VC)

Skillful defender and strong overhead mark. Twice Best on Ground in Grand Finals (2002/03).

Ryan Knowles
Ryan Knowles

Very strong player, damaging left footer who could go forward and score multiple goals including 10 in a Preliminary Final. Life Member of the Club and Inter-league player.

C: Brendan Peace
C: Brendan Peace

Hard running on-baller and highly respected player who has captained the BFL Inter-league side.. Multiple premiership player and dual Premiership Coach. Best & Fairest 2005/06.

Jarrod Edwards
Jarrod Edwards

Dominant midfielder who was extremely hard at the contest. Most decorated player in the history of the BFL with four Henderson Medals to his name. Multiple Premiership player, 6 time Dalton/Bayly Medal winner and Life Member.

Nathan Blomeley
Nathan Blomeley

Blessed with exceptional pace and a damaging long kick. Multiple Premiership Player and Captain 2007-09.

HF: Matt Dwyer
HF: Matt Dwyer

Damaging small forward who could also be effective on ball. Dual Premiership player who was one the best players in the 2007 Grand Final.

Jayden Reid
Jayden Reid

Big time key forward who regularly performed in finals. Multiple Premiership player and 2006 Captain.

Aaron Freeland
Aaron Freeland

Damaging left foot utility. Dual Premiership player and was also Reserves Coach in 2002.

F: Ash Barker
F: Ash Barker

Dangerous small forward, big time performer. Record six Premierships with a total of 13 goals in Grand Finals. Life Member of the club.

Matt Walsh
Matt Walsh

Fast leading Full Forward, great kick for goal. Dual Premiership player who kicked 222 goals between 2002-04.

Andrew Jones
Andrew Jones

On-baller and very courageous player. Multiple Premiership player and 2005 Senior Captain.

R: Orren Stephenson
R: Orren Stephenson

Tall ruckman who went on to VFL and AFL football following his time at Redan. Dual Premiership player and 2003 Dalton/Bayly Medal winner.

Dru Quinlan (C)
Dru Quinlan (C)

Highly skillful player and proven match winner. Dual Premiership Captain and Captain of the Team of the Decade.

Julian Field
Julian Field

Highly skilled midfielder with a desperation for the ball. Multiple Premiership player and Dalton/Bayly medal winner in 2006.

I: Brett Dickinson
I: Brett Dickinson

Ruckman who carried much of the ruck workload during his years with Redan. Multiple Premiership player.

Keirnan Molloy
Keirnan Molloy

Key forward who was always dangerous around goals. Played in the 2003 Premiership and BFL Team of the Year 2004/05.

Paul Ellis
Paul Ellis

Strong and fierce utility, big occasion player, made those around him walk taller. Dual Premiership player.

Haldane Nelson
Haldane Nelson

Reliable Full Back, strong mark who rarely made mistakes. Dual Premiership player and very good club man. Tragically passed away in 2008.

Matt Pitt
Matt Pitt

Classy half back and midfielder player. Multiple Premiership player.

Justin Rumble
Justin Rumble

Versatile player who performed well up forward in Grand Finals. Junior player who came right through from U/12s. Multiple Senior Premiership player.

Kieran Murrihy - Co-Coach
Kieran Murrihy - Co-Coach

Dual Premiership Playing Coach who played as a key forward. Won the BFL Coach of the Year winner in 2006 and Interleague Coach.

Brett Quinlan - Co-Coach
Brett Quinlan - Co-Coach

Took over as Senior Coach following Redan's lowest point in its history. The 2002 Premiership saw the club break a 25 year drought. BFL Coach of the Year 2002 and Club Hall of Fame member.

July 2009 - Saxon House
July 2009 - Saxon House