NT Thunder has pushed the NEAFL ladder leader Southport in their Round 13 clash at TIO Stadium in Darwin, but eventually succumbed by 27 points, 11.8 (74) to 14.17 (101).
Collingwood has inflicted NT Thunder’s first loss at home, a sizzling four goals-to-none third term setting up a 16-point victory, 6.8 (44) to 4.4 (28).
NT Thunder’s unbeaten VFL W run has ended on five games at the hands of the Southern Saints, who prevailed in a low-scoring affair by 20 points.
hunder was never allowed to warm up by a blistering Canberra side in NEAFL’s Round 11 on Saturday night, going down to the Demons by 65 points, 6.13 (49) to 17.12 (114).
Coach Tim Weatherald was pleased with the win, particularly because of the way his charges responded to the challenging conditions.
NT Thunder has battled hard in an attempt to turn its stuttering form around but still gone down by 37 points to archrival Aspley in NEAFL’s Round 10.
A third-quarter fade out has cost NT Thunder dearly in its Round 9 NEAFL match against GWS in Darwin on Saturday night.
NT Thunder has overcome a spirited Western Bulldogs in Round 5 of the VFL W at TIO Stadium in Darwin to maintain its unbeaten start to the season, winning by 36 points.
By three-quarter-time the margin had blown out to 55 points and Thunder was facing a doomsday scenario, but three goals apiece in the final quarter meant Thunder again essentially matched its tormentor.
Thunder dominated Melbourne Uni in their clash at Avalon Airport Oval, holding them to single goals in the first, second and last quarters and none in the third.
The victory snaps a three-game losing streak on a day when TIO Stadium hosted both the Thunder men and women for their first ever home game double header.
by Murray Silby NT Thunder has continued its stellar inaugural season in the VFL W with a 72-point victory over Essendon.
Although able to match the Sharks for much of the game, Thunder had difficulty stopping Southport when the NEAFL ladder leader got on a roll.
The NT Thunder women have announced their arrival in the VFL Women’s competition
A nine-goal Matt Hammelmann master class has ensured Redland’s love affair with Alice Springs has continued as the Bombers racked up their second victory in three years over NT Thunder in Central Australia.