Ben Rioli is in line to celebrate his 100th NT Thunder game during the Club’s historic tenth season.
NT Thunder Football Club (NTFC) wishes to respond to queries regards Cameron Ilett’s player management plan.
NT Thunder will celebrate its tenth year in emphatic style after three-time premiership player and six-time Club Champion; Cam Ilett announced he was hungry to go again in 2018.
NT Thunder wishes to advise it is working with the Glenelg Football Club to transfer contracted players Neil Vea Vea and Daniel Weetra.
NT Thunder is delighted to announce another NEAFL signing, with Patrick White jumping on board to play with the Club in 2018.
NT Thunder is pleased to announce experienced Territory footballer Jarred Erlandson has signed to play with the Club in 2018.
As you may have heard, NT Thunder was due to announce Darwin Buffaloes player, Tai Martin-Page as a new addition to our family in 2018.
Known as a utility, Head Coach Andrew Hodges said Tim Brook can also play up the ground and through the midfield.
The first ever NT Thunder VFL Women’s side will launch its campaign against the 2017 Premiers, Darebin in Melbourne on Saturday 5 May.
NT Thunder has added the first ‘new’ player to its 2018 NEAFL list by signing Darwin Buffaloes midfielder Chris Williams.
After an imposing 2017 season for NT Thunder, 22-year-old Abe Ankers has focused on playing another season with Thunder.
The 2018 NT Thunder NEAFL group, including players who signed multi-year deals, will hit the track tonight for their first pre-season training session.
Reporting to the AFLNT – Manager of Talent and Pathways Programs, this role is responsible for coaching the NTFC Women’s Team in the VFLW Competition from May to September 2018.
NT Thunder’s tall stocks continue to rise with Scott McLeod the tenth player to sign ahead of the 2018 NEAFL season.
The 28-year old played 17 games in 2017 to take his Thunder games tally to 32 and could reach 50 after signing on to play for Thunder in 2018.