This year our players exhibited our club values exceptionally with a professional approach, a united front, and a relentless attitude.
“He is passionate about the women’s game and will play a particularly important role in the development of our players and other talented players based in Darwin.
Create pathways and quality environment for male and female players in the Northern Territory.
NT Thunder had a rewarding night at its first VFL Best and Fairest presentation, lead by captain Angela Foley finishing third in the Lambert-Pearce Medal count.
Hopes of a fairytale premiership for NT Thunder in its inaugural season in the VFL W have been dashed by a fighting nine-point loss to Geelong.
Travelling emergency, Lauren O’Shea will now come into the semi-final side to play her 11th game as Kristy Irvine suffered a hamstring injury during training.
The NT Thunder women’s side has named its big stars and leaders ahead of its first VFL W final against the Geelong Cats on Sunday.
In its first year in the VFL W, in it’s first year in existence, Thunder will play in the finals with the intention of extending the fairytale until the very end.
Abraham Ankers and Angela Foley have won the top honours at this year’s NT Thunder Club Champions Awards being presented in front of 200 people in Darwin on Friday night.
In front of more than 200 people in Darwin tonight, the best of NT Thunder’s senior, Academy and others were rewarded.
Heading into our final men’s game for the season there are a few players injury list requiring assessment and no new additions to the women’s injury list.
An ability to extend its lead at every change has ensured Hawthorn defeated NT Thunder by 25 points in their VFL W Round 15 clash.
A host of local NT talent has been recalled to the ThunderW side for the all-important Round 15 VFL W game against Hawthorn in Darwin on Saturday afternoon.
With the bye in next week’s final round, Thunder will be keen to defeat the Hawks to avoid any possibility of missing out on the double chance come finals time.
A few head-on collisions in the women’s match resulted in two mouth injuries to Gemma Cusack and Michaelia Roberts and for the men there’s nothing major only a couple of players requiring assessment.