Former Bendigo Brave Shawn Redhage wins in milestone game for Perth Wildcats

FORMER Bendigo Braves’ star Shawn Redhage enjoyed a win in his record-breaking NBL game for the Perth Wildcats on Friday night.

FLASHBACK: Shawn Redhage playing for the Bendigo Braves at the Bendigo Stadium during their 2005 national championship-winning season.

FLASHBACK: Shawn Redhage playing for the Bendigo Braves at the Bendigo Stadium during their 2005 national championship-winning season.

Redhage became the games record-holder for the Wildcats when he played his 350th match in Friday night’s 75-73 win against the New Zealand Breakers at Perth Arena.

Redhage, 35, has surpassed the previous Wildcats’ games record of 349 that had been held by Andrew Vlahov.

Redhage started his NBL career with the Wildcats in the 2005-06 season, shortly after playing a starring role in the Braves’ SEABL-ABA national championship double, winning the league MVP.

In his record-breaking game for the Wildcats Redhage scored three points, had one rebound and one assist in 4:50 on court coming off the bench.

Redhage is a three-time NBL championship player with the Wildcats and has won their MVP a record-equlling six times.

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