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Redland Names Full name Redland Australian Football Club Club details Founded 1966 Colours      Red and      Black Competition AFL Queensland State League Coach Matthew Francis Captain(s) Phill Carse Ground(s) Colburn Avenue, Victoria Point Other information Official website Redland Bombers FC website Guernsey: Redland Australian Football Club (nicknamed The Bombers) is a Redland City-based Australian rules football club competing in the AFL Queensland State League competition. Contents 1 History 2 AFLQ 2.1 AFLQ Premierships 2.2 Grogan Medallists 2.3 AFLQ Top Goalkickers 3 References 4 External links History The Victoria Point Australian Football Club was founded in 1966 by Mr Ern Dowling. In 1970 the club changed its name to the Victoria Point Redlands Australian Football Club. In 1972 a further name change took place and the club was now known as Redlands Australian Football Club.[1] The club won senior premierships in the South Queensland Football Association Division One – 1998-9 (2 total); SQFA Division Two – 1975, 1987 (2 total).[2] AFLQ In 2000 the club joined the elite AFL Queensland State League and in 2002 the club formally linked as a sister club with the AFL's Essendon Football Club.The Redland Sharks name was exchanged for the Redland Bombers and the players wear the same strip as Essendon.[1] Yet to win its first AFLQ premiership, and with the wooden spoon from 2005–7, Redland has produced 4 AFL draft selections – Michael West (Western Bulldogs, 2005), Paul O'Shea (Western Bulldogs, 2007), Brad Howard (St.Kilda, 2007) and Jake Spencer (Melbourne, 2008).[1] Additionally the first player signed to the Gold Coast Suns was Redland forward Charlie Dixon. AFLQ Premierships Nil Grogan Medallists 2001, Paul O'Brien AFLQ Top Goalkickers 2001, Paul O'Brien (113) References ^ a b c Redland Bombers FC website: Redland Football Club History ^ Fullpointsfooty: Redland External links Redland Bombers FC website v · d · eQueensland Australian Football League (QAFL) Division 1 clubs Aspley  · Brisbane Lions reserves  · Broadbeach  · Labrador  · Morningside  · Mount Gravatt  · Northern Territory Thunder  · Redland  · Southport  · Western Magpies Division 2 clubs Burleigh Bombers  · Coolangatta Tweed Heads  · Maroochy North Shore  · Mayne  · Noosa  · Palm Beach Currumbin  · Sandgate  · Springwood  · Surfers Paradise  · Wilston Grange Former Clubs Coorparoo  · Kedron  · Kedron Grange  · Locomotives  · South Brisbane  · Valley  · Windsor-Zillmere  · Wynnum  · Yeronga This article about an Australian rules football team or club is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e