A short message from head coach Andrew Hodges, who has had a busy three weeks in the job.
The dynamic Wanderers duo of Neil Vea Vea and Daniel Weetra will be back to aid NT Thunder’s defensive structures in 2017 after both players committed to the Club.
Matthew Rosier will keep the Central Australian flavour alive and well at NT Thunder after agreeing to play on for his eighth season.
Michael Coombes, Justin Cooper and Nick Yarran, three of St Mary’s stars, will play for NT Thunder in 2017.
Known speedsters, Michael Bowden and Jack Shannahan have committed to NT Thunder for 2017.
Jonathan ‘Boyo’ Peris is in line for his 50th NT Thunder game after agreeing to play on for the Club in 2017.
Domonic ‘Junior’ Grant is poised to play his first season at NT Thunder after signing a rookie contract.
Ahead of the 2017 NEAFL season, Southern Districts Football Club’s Sam Smith has put pen to paper for his first outing with NT Thunder.
Sam Talbot will again lace up his boots for the 2017 NEAFL season, marking his third year with NT Thunder.
Alice Springs will again host an NT Thunder game in 2017 when the team takes on the Southport Sharks at 4:30pm on Saturday 24 June in Round 13.
The ‘Lajamanu Lightning Bolt’, Liam Patrick, has re-signed to Thunder for the 2017 NEAFL season.
The upcoming release of the Gods of Thunder book was announced today in Darwin at the Michael Long Learning and Leadership Centre.
In exciting news for NT Thunder, 20-year-old Kyle Emery has signed for the Club ahead of the 2017 NEAFL season.
There’s been another welcome Christmas gift for NT Thunder with fan-favourite Ben Rioli stating his intentions to play in 2017.
Sixteen-year-old Michael Mummery, the youngest-ever player to play a game for NT Thunder, has committed to the Club for the next two seasons.