A few weeks ago, I shared a quote with our playing group…The quote was a picture of a graph with the heading “Ways We Will Grow”, in it 70% was taken up with the word ‘Failure’, 20 % said ‘More Failure’.
Academy player and Alice Springs local Tyson Woods will make his Thunder debut in Alice Springs after a stand out performance for the Redtails last weekend.
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.
“Hopefully we get some senior guys back this week and we can put in a good performance at our home down in Alice Springs against Redland, and hopefully we can get a win there” – said Thunder co-captain Shannon Rioli who is watching on from the sidelines with injury.
Canberra has thrashed a depleted and undermanned NT Thunder in Round 16 on Saturday by 145 points, 28.19 (187) to 6.6 (42) in the nation’s capital.
NT Thunder heads into Round 16 of the NEAFL season against the Canberra Demons with six changes from the side that played last weekend.
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.
One of Thunder’s best last weekend was Brodie Carroll, who said the team was keen to crack in for the remaining games of the season, starting with Canberra on Saturday.
After showing great fight and promise over the past two weeks, it was a disappointing result for Thunder
The chance for our young talent to be exposed to the AFL environment is invaluable.
NT Thunder Premiership player and 2015 Club Champion Richard Tambling has retired from NEAFL football effective immediately.
Reeves was unreservedly excited about the locally born and bred talent pulling the Thunder jumper on for the first time.
NT Thunder Football Club (NTFC) met with Ben Taylor on Thursday afternoon to inform him of a club-imposed sanction following Sunday’s events, where he failed a random alcohol breath test.
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 Weetra family is another of those Darwin families with a long history of footy success in the NT and Daniel is aware that his place in the Thunder squad continues that unfinished story.