Kedron Grange Football Club were an Australian rules football club which competed in the Queensland Australian Football League. They were formed out of a merger in 1990 from the Kedron Football Club and Wilston Grange Football Club.
Wilston Grange, who had been formed in 1943, entered the QANFL in 1950. They also wore royal blue and red but also donned white. The Gorillas, as they were known, would make five Grand Finals during their time in the league for premierships in 1955, 1969 and 1972. Their 1969 premiership was remarkable in that they had finished with the wooden spoon the previous season and won the Grand Final by a record 84 points, defeating Sandgate.
At the end of the 1989 season, Kedron and Wilston Grange merged to form the Kedron Grange Football Club. The club played for seven seasons in this form, losing the 1994 Grand Final to Morningside by two points.
At the end of 1996 the merged club had collapsed, both parties to the merger relied on their junior clubs to continue in the underage competitions