The preseason campaign finished with two wins (Scarlets and Ospreys) before the narrow defeat against Munster in a keenly fought encounter at Musgrave Park.
A third win would have been perfect but Redpath declared himself satisfied with the performance.
"I think in general I was fairly happy with it. We created a lot of possession but we did not sometimes use it as well as we would have liked."
"But to only concede two driving line outs and only be opened up once on the left hand side, I was pretty happy with the defence in general so a good hit out for us and a good challenge for us up front too."
"We've done a lot of good things. We made 11 changes tonight which always has a little bit of disruption but I think we're in good shape for the Premiership."
"We need to take some confidence out of today's game and really push hard for next Saturday down in Exeter."
"I am very happy. We need to sit down and look at it again because there was stuff I need to iron out, but next week is a different game,"
"Points are at stake and there is a lot more pressure, so we need to get our head around that and be confident."
The second half saw a lot of turnovers, from both sides, how did he view that?
"Munster are very streetwise in the contact area. (Laughs) I wouldn't say all of it was strictly legal! But that's life and you have to adapt to that. That wouldn't happen in the Premiership which is refereed a little bit differently."
"I'm not too fussed about it. There were turnovers from both sides and we potentially could have sneaked a draw or won the game right at the very end, so a lot more positives than negatives come out of it."
How have the team's performances progressed over the past three weeks?
"It was probably the best performance of pre-season, to finish the game as strong as we did with the youngsters that were on there as well."
"A lot of changes and I was delighted with some parts of it. Away from home and we tried hard to win that game."
Centre Henry Trinder featured in his second consecutive game following a 2009-10 season which was badly affected by injuries. It must be good to get him back in the mix?
"It's good. He's always been there to push Tins when he was away and Tim Molenaar came in last season and played that spot very well."
"But Henry came on there and looked pretty sharp having missed possibly seven months last year."