Hopes of a fairytale premiership for NT Thunder in its inaugural season in the VFL W have been dashed by a fighting nine-point loss to Geelong.
“We’ve got to be better going forward in our recruitment and making sure that we improve and get better as well,” he said.
NT Thunder has suffered an 80-point loss to Southport in its last home game of the NEAFL season, 7.8 (50) to 19.16 (130).
An ability to extend its lead at every change has ensured Hawthorn defeated NT Thunder by 25 points in their VFL W Round 15 clash.
NT Thunder has secured a hard fought 18-point victory over Redland to take the honours between the two teams for season 2018.
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.
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.
On a hot and humid Darwin Saturday night, Aspley has won a scrappy Round 17 NEAFL match over NT Thunder by 27 points, 9.16 (70) to 6.7 (43).
NT Thunder has secured a 12-point victory over the Casey Demons in the first VFL game to be played in Alice Springs.
“We were down to one on the bench and the boys really fought it out and it’s disappointing not to come away with the win because we thought that our effort and the way we went about it for most parts of the night we really deserved to win that one.
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.
The Sydney Swans dispatch NT Thunder by 74 points in Round 15 of the NEAFL at TIO Stadium in Darwin on Saturday night, 19.14 (128) to 7.12 (54).
NT Thunder has repeated its first round domination of the VFL W’s reigning premier Darebin with an outstanding 40-point victory in Round 10 on Saturday, 7.8 (50) to 1.4 (10).
Ferocious tackling pressure has lifted NT Thunder to a huge 65-point win over the previously undefeated Geelong in Round nine of the VFL W at TIO Stadium on Saturday, 13.7 (85) to 2.8(20)
A fighting 12-point victory over Redland, 12.9 (81) to 10.9 (69), in NEAFL’s Round 14 has kept NT Thunder’s hopes of making the finals alive.