The Predators ( have been a part of Gridiron Victoria since joining Division 1 in 2014. With the hugely successful Monash Warriors right around the corner from them, this Clayton South based team had an uphill battle from the start.

Despite not having any championship success in their short existence, we have seen them grow into a very competitive outfit. Their biggest issue has been player numbers and with travel restrictions in place, import players will be difficult to get so they require a strong recruiting drive of local talent. They are looking to go to the next level in 2020.

They narrowly missed out on their very first Vic Bowl appearance last season.

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Scott Ditcham

Football lover since 1990. Massive Denver Broncos fan and father of 1 future football player. Retired GREAT of the Melton Wolves. Writer for Gridiron Downunder Gridiron Victoria. Onside Kick Productions founder. 2016 season stats - 1 INT, 15 missed tackles, 3 tackles and 1 Minor Concussion.

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