Annual General Meeting

Full members of the Kedron Football Club for the financial year ending 30 September 2017 are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting to be held on Saturday 18th November 2017 at in the club.more

*Kedron Rises – an important part of our 80 year history*

Going back to the ‘90s Kedron played as a merged ‘Kedron-Grange’ side from 1990 to 1995. Grange then returned to the original name of ‘Wilston-Grange’ making 1995 the last season Kedron had a senior side. That was until 2006 when the Club was readmitted into Senior Competition.more

Vale Col Taylor

It is with great sadness we advise our members of the passing of Kedron Football Club and AFLQ legend Col Taylor.more

Double Hits A Ton!

Daniel (Double) Duffield celebrates his 100th First Grade game this Saturday against Aspley at Kedron at 2PM.

The former Kedron Junior started playing in the Under 8's with Club stalwart and Life Member Pat Lockhart as the Manager of that side.more


Reserve Grade Coach Announcement

The Kedron Football Club is pleased to announce that Heath Dutschke has been appointed as the Reserve Grade coach for 2017.more

**A Better Weekend For the Boys in the Red and Blue**

The Kedron Reserves were up and about early on Saturday, eager to stay at the top end of the competition ladder.more

***2016 Coaching Announcement***

The Red Leggers would like to announce Glenn Kendall as the club’s Senior Coach for the upcoming 2016 season. Glenn replaces Mark Buckingham who coached the club to the 2015 QAFA (B) Central premiership.more

Match Summary - Yeronga v Kedron

The mighty Kedron lions have taken the 4 points yet again, storming to 12 wins on the trot and reinforcing their position as the team to beat in the QAFA (B) Competition.more

Lions off to a perfect start!

The boys have gotten off to a great start with a 68 point win over Jimboomba in the first round of the season at E.K. Anderson oval.more

Registrations 2015

AFLQ has advised that all registration forms are now handled online.more

Merry Christmas Kedron!

The committee would like to take a moment and wish everyone associated with the Kedron Football Club a very merry, safe and enjoyable Christmas Season.more

Trophy Night an outstanding success!

For the first time in a number of years, trophy night was held at the Club and the 90 plus attendees voted it a “CRACKER”!more


Seniors win but Ressies go down by 17 points.

Kedron Seniors yesterday took another step closer to that big day in September with a hard fought but convincing forty point win over Maroochydore.more

Duce wins top coaching awards

Kedron’s senior coach Jason Duce last night won the QFA Best Coach Award and followed up with the prestigious 2014 State Community Coach of the Year.more

Redlegs secure third and fifth respectively

The KEDRON Redlegs seniors and reserve grade sides both tasted success yesterday against Maroochydore at Kedron.more

Winning streak ends for Redlegs!

KEDRON seniors went down to Noosa Tigers by 17 points in a physically tough encounter at home yesterday. In a game of high intensity, players from both sides put their bodies on the line as the wrestle between the third and second place holders unfolded. It was a small taste of what finals footy will be about and our boys showed they are up to the task, leading for three quarters.more

Kedron celebrate big wins at our Red and Blue night!

Kedron celebrated big wins in senior and reserve grade with a great night at one of our sponsors, the Albion Hotel. The Red and Blue Gala night, (the brain child of senior coach Ducey) proved a wonderful way of reinforcing team spirit as we head toward the business end of our season.more

Vale Lindsay Jacob

Kedron AFC wishes to express sincere condolences to the family of arguably our greatest non-home grown player, Lindsay Jacob, on his passing early last week.more

Redlegs fire at Caloundra

Kedron continued their surge towards finals footy with two solid wins at Caloundra on Saturday.more

Kedron dominate in two grades

Kedron had big wins over Caboolture in two grades yesterday.

The return of a couple of players from injury, and the knowledge that more are to come, has Redlegs supporters feeling upbeat as our season heads toward the business end.more

Leggers move to clear third

Our senior team moved to clear third on the ladder overnight, after a big win away at Nambour on Saturday.more


One of the world’s best sporting stadiums is the ‘Gabba, a great place to watch footy and cricket. Within the ‘Gabba complex is the Queensland Cricketers’ Club (QCC)more

Thirds lead the way

KEDRON"s third side were our only winners in senior club football this weekend. In a gallant performance, the young and not so young mixed it with Collingwood Park in foggy, slippery conditions under lights at home on Friday night. The victory meant two wins in a night for coaches Robbo and Coxy, who earlier saw their under 16s win a memorable contest. And co-coach of the sixteens, Leroy even backmore

Kedron notch up six on the trot!

The KEDRON seniors were rewarded with their sixth straight victory in a hard fought encounter away at Maroochydore yesterday. In overcast conditions, mixed with some light, scattered showers, the fourth placed Redlegs made amends for their first round loss to second placed Maroochydore Roos, getting over the line by four points, 13-9-87 -12-11-83.more

Calling all Redleggers!

It’s time to gather at the Club to cheer on a new generation of Kedron Lions when we play Mayne in our next home game.more

Redlegs up in a thriller!

The KEDRON Redlegs won a nail biter in the Seniors yesterday. On an overcast day perfect for footy, fourth placed Kedron hosted second placed Noosa Tigers in an often brutal encounter, in which no quarter was asked nor given.more

Redlegs celebrate Community Day with a double!

The Redlegs gave their local fans and newcomers to Saturday afternoon senior footy every reason to smile yesterday with a double-barrelled effort in both grades against Aspley Hornets in the local derby.more


The KEDRON Seniors and Reserve grade sides are both clear fourth at the end of the first home and away fixtures. The third grade side had a bye this weekend, and are still in the hunt for finals footy in early September.more


The Redlegs notched up three strong wins over the last forty- eight hours. Friday night saw our thirds team bolstered by some regular higher grade players score a convincing eighty point victory over a game Uni contingent.more


The KEDRON Redlegs had success in both grades at home against Nambour yesterday. After fielding depleted sides in previous fixtures, both teams welcomed the return of a couple of key players to put a smile on the faces of their loyal supporters.more

Redlegs defeated by competition leaders

The Kedron Senior side suffered a seven goal loss to competition leaders, Mayne Tigers yesterday. The Redlegs were competitive most of the day as both sides lamented missed opportunities in front of goal.more

The Redlegs played their first home games of the season

The Redlegs played their first home games of the season against one of the competition leaders, Maroochydore. Despite both Senior and Reserve grades putting up strong first half performances, both teams fell away in the second half. Maroochydore proved too strong for the still understrength Kedron sides, but no one is offering that as an excuse.more

KEDRON record a win and a loss

KEDRON travelled to Noosa yesterday and put in a great effort in both grades.more

Redlegs fire in season opener

Kedron opened their season proper with two good wins away at Aspley yesterday. In games played on an excellent surface, despite rain earlier in the week, the Ressies and Seniors were rewarded with victories in the local derby.more

First Home Trials Go Well

Kedron played three trial games at home on Saturday.more

Strong wins in first trials

Kedron played their first trials against Pine Rivers last Saturday. Both Reserve grade and Senior teams recorded strong wins on a day which saw many interchanges from both sides.more
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2 Kedron 48
3 Sandgate 38
4 Beenleigh 36
5 Pine Rivers 32
6 Coomera 30
7 Hinterland Blues 20
8 Aspley Hornets 12
9 Coorparoo/Yeronga 4
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