The NEAFL competition consisted of eleven teams, Ainslie, Aspley, Brisbane Lions, Eastlake, Gold Coast Suns, NT Thunder, Redland, Southport, Sydney Swans, Sydney University and UWS Giants. Canberra teams Belconnen and Queanbeyan withdrew from the NEAFL at the end of 2014 along with the Sydney Hills Eagles.
Ainslie finished the home and away games in ninth place with 5 wins, 12 losses and a draw missing out on the finals for the first time since joining the NEAFL in 2011.
Nick Salter was selected in the NEAFL Team of the Year.
Josh Bennett and Jordan Harper were selected to play in the NEAFL Representative team.
Josh Bennett was the Club’s leading goal kicker with 51 goals.
Former player and President Keith Heales was inducted into the AFL Canberra Hall of Fame.
Chris Rourke was Club Coach for the ninth season.
- Manager: John O’Loughlin
- Captain: Robert Tuohey
The Seconds played in the AFL Canberra First Grade competition which consisted of six teams, Ainslie, Belconnen, Eastlake, Gungahlin, Queanbeyan and Tuggeranong.
Ainslie First Grade finished the home and away games in fourth place with 5 wins and 10 losses.
In the First Semi-Final Ainslie played Queanbeyan at Queanbeyan. Queanbeyan dominated the first quarter kicking 7 goals to 1 and Ainslie never recovered losing by 61 points.
- Final score: Ainslie 5.8-38 def by Queanbeyan 14.15-99
- Goal kickers for Ainslie: T Powell, F Hawkins, C Haining, C Boyton, B Tomkins
- Best: D Ledda, M Richardson, F Hawkins, T Powell, P Schroder, J Costigan
Queanbeyan defeated a previously undefeated Belconnen to win the First Grade Premiership 15.5-95 to 10.11-71.
- Coach: James Rice
- Manager: Bill Matthews