2015 saw the GIANTS surpass their previous best season, finishing with 11 wins. For much of the season they were firmly in the finals race, even when injuries to several key players made the going tough in the second half of the year.
Some of the highlights of the season included a win over the reigning premiers, Hawthorn, at home in round six, defeating their bogey team in Adelaide and selling out UNSW Canberra Oval in Canberra for the first time.
Vice-captain Heath Shaw was the undisputed star of the year, winning the Kevin Sheedy Medal and earning All Australian honours for the first time.
Jeremy Cameron again finished the season as the GIANTS' Leading Goal Kicker for the fourth year in a row and was also an All Australian nominee.
Co-captain Callan Ward capped off a consistent year, finishing the GIANTS' best in the Brownlow Medal in eighth place with 19 votes, the highest of all the club captains.