Leading into the final Round for both Thunder teams, there are a number of players who will be pushing to pass fitness tests.
Still some minor injuries lurking under the injury cloud for both sides ahead of the weekend.
After the NEAFL bye a few of the boys are still under an injury cloud and will need to be assessed closer to this Saturday’s game.
Three players will undergo fitness tests before they are declared available for Round 13.
We will be sad to see Sharona Bishop miss the remainder of the VFLW season after she suffered a broken arm last weekend, while the men only picked up a few minor injuries as they head into Round 17.
Looks like the medical staff and trainers will be doing a number of fitness tests in order to give players in both sides every opportunity to play this weekend.
The Thunder women see some key names come off the injury list this week, while the men came away mostly unscathed, picking up only two minor injuries.
The Thunder women are the walking wounded this week with four concussions sustained in the Round 8 game.
Joe Anderson and Shannon Rioli are out for the remainder of the season due to an ankle and hand injury.
Following the men’s Round 11 bye, 5 players have been removed from the list while the women came away unscathed in Round 6 with only a couple of players requiring assessment.
After a tough match against Carlton, a few of our girls have picked up a few niggling injuries that will see them miss this week.
Not too many long term injuries on our lists, fingers crossed it can stay that way!
Jade De Melo and Josiah Farrer just need to pass their respective fitness tests in order to be ready for selection this week.
The men’s injury list grows with a few more bumps, bruises and annoyances while the women get through mostly unscathed and should be ready to go after the bye.
NT Thunder added a few names to the NEAFL injury list after the weekend but nothing too serious, while Tahlia Holtze was the only key concern following the VFLW team’s win in Round 1.