NT Thunder injury update as of Tuesday 22 August 2017.
Retiring club champion Cameron Ilett finished runner-up in the NEAFL MVP award while forwards Adam Sambono and Darren ‘Boof’ Ewing featured in the spoils.
A barnstorming third quarter helped lift the Hornets to a 45-point victory over Thunder in their Round 21 clash at Graham Road in Brisbane.
Round 21 marks the final game of the Home and Away NEAFL season.
NT Thunder has predicted a tough challenge and made five changes for its Round 21 NEAFL clash with traditional rivals Aspley Hornets at Graham Road on Saturday afternoon.
A win in this Round 21 clash and the Thunder could reclaim fourth spot on the ladder from the Gold Coast Suns and with that comes a home elimination final the following weekend.
NT Thunder injury update as of Tuesday 15 August 2017.
NT Thunder joined other Top End sporting clubs and teams to launch the Lace Up campaign, raising awareness to end social violence.
“We’ve just got to get ourselves right for in a fortnight when we take on Aspley and as I said we’re going to play finals so we’ve got to prepare ourselves for that.
It’s always tough playing away and we have adequately prepared for the game.
NT Thunder has been forced to make four changes of its five ahead of its Round 19 NEAFL clash with Sydney University at Henson Park.
NT Thunder injury update as of Wednesday 2 August 2017.
Anything less than Thunder’s best will make it very difficult against a side brimming with talent.
All the photos by Felicity Elliott (AFLNT Media) from Round 18 vs Southport at TIO Stadium on Saturday 29th July, 2017.
NT Thunder has won a remarkable Round 18 NEAFL clash with Southport in Darwin on Saturday, defeating the Sharks by 47 points.