In good news, some of the injuries have come off the list in Hugo Doregmuller, Josiah Farrer and Ben Taylor while minor one-week injuries have been added.
Playing at Blacktown International Sportspark in fine, sunny conditions, Thunder errors made the loss to Sydney University larger than it might have been.
NT Thunder men’s Head Coach, Darren Reeves writes the team’s focus has been around consistency of their effort, no matter what the circumstances are or how the scoreboard reads.
NT Thunder welcomes three debutants to its Round 2 side with Brodie Carroll, David Johnston and Dylan McLachlan all in-line to don the famed ochre jumper for the first time.
NT Thunder’s opening round loss sent it to the bottom of the ladder, which it’ll be keen to quickly rise from, while Uni’s win over Aspley put them in third position on the ladder.
Josiah Farrer (concussion) was the only new injury to occur in Round 1 while a number of players are making progress with their rehab, check out the latest injury list.
NT Thunder has had a tough opening to the 2019 NEAFL season, going down to a well-drilled Brisbane Lions by 65 points.
We are jumping out of our skins to implement our pre-season and its learnings and can’t wait to get stuck in tonight in front of a supportive home crowd.
A new-look side under new-look coaching will take to the field at TIO Stadium in Darwin against Brisbane on Saturday night.
NT Thunder has named eight big debutants and three returning players for its huge opening game of the 2019 NEAFL season.
The club’s coaching and recruitment staff identified a need to get some bigger bodies into the squad for 2019 in order hopefully rise back up the ranks.
A total of eight injuries to start our 2019 NEAFL season, none too serious, with Sam Smith now in rehab after his ACL surgery.
Head Coach Darren Reeves will lead a group of familiar Territory coaching faces with a high-quality and well-respected panel assembled to lead the team in the 2019 NEAFL season.
NT Thunder has appointed co-captains for its 2019 NEAFL season, with Alice-Springs based player Abraham Ankers joining the experienced Shannon Rioli at the helm of a five-man leadership group.
NTFC met with Thomas Davies on Thursday evening to inform him of a club-imposed sanction, which will see the player sidelined from playing until he has met key counselling, education and behavioural requirements.