NT Thunder is pleased to announce JS Sports as the exclusive new apparel supplier for the next two years.
‘The experience that Boof brings to the young group coming through with his 10 years of experience at this level sets up Thunder for a good start to 2018’ Hodges said.
Check out the pictures from the 2017 NT Thunder Club Championships.
NT Thunder foundation player Cameron Ilett has signed off his brilliant career with the Club by winning his sixth Club Champion award.
In exciting news, out of the NT Thunder Club Champion Award presentation tonight, captain Shannon Rioli revealed he has signed on for season 2018 and 2019.
NT Thunder Football Club is delighted to announce that its Club Champion Award will now be named the Ilett Medal in honour of two of the club greats – Cameron and Jarred Ilett.
When club legends Darren “Boof” Ewing and Cameron Ilett finish up their footy careers with NT Thunder they will leave a massive legacy with the football club.
The Suns eventually wore down a plucky Thunder side in their elimination final, 19.9 (123) to 12.12 (84), by 39 points at Metricon Stadium on the Gold Coast.
‘We look to the next young group of players to rise to the occasion and forge their own legacy and reputation in finals footy’ Andrew Hodges.
Thunder’s stocks are improved by the return of powerhouse midfielders, stalwart defenders and exciting forwards.
‘Thunder is ready to make an impact in this finals series and we’re just looking forward to doing just that on Saturday’ Head Coach Andrew Hodges
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.