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 three goals to none final term has given NT Thunder a come-from-behind victory over ladder leader Collingwood in Round 14 of the VFL W.
The NT Thunder women’s team are set for one of their biggest challenges yet when they play the top of the table clash against Collingwood in Round 14 VFL W at football’s famous Victoria Park.
Lots of fitness tests await the men while the women have a fairly clean bill of health with the exception of Tabby May.
There have been many memorable games of footy played at Victoria Park and this weekend NT Thunder has the chance to write its own significant chapter.
NT Thunder has done its hopes of securing a double chance in this year’s VFL W finals no harm at all by easily defeating Williamstown by 45 points in Round 13.
The NT Thunder women’s team are back on the road this weekend and with a mission in mind when they fly south to play Williamstown in Round 13 VFL W action.
“I’ve just been having so much fun, it’s what footy’s all about at the end of the day and hopefully we can keep Thunder going for years to come.”
With a few niggly injuries for the men, this week is the ideal time for them to have their bye while the women have no new additions this week.
NT Thunder has secured a 12-point victory over the Casey Demons in the first VFL game to be played in Alice Springs.
ThunderW Head Coach Tim Weatherald said the Casey game is another vital match from a finals perspective, but the squad is also keen to help its Alice Springs players secure a win for their local fans.
Alice Springs will host its first ever VFL W game on Saturday when NT Thunder welcomes the Casey Demons to TIO Traeger Park for Round 12.
The ThunderW team have four players requiring assessment after Round 12 and unfortunately for the men Phillip Wills is on the sidelines for 4-6 weeks due to a back fracture.
Thunder has passed another difficult test in Round 11, to record its eighth win of the VFL W season to defeat Richmond by 23 points.
Four players are set to make their ThunderW debut this weekend when the team takes on Richmond at the Swinburne Centre in Round 11 of the 2018 VFL W season.