NT Thunder Football Club (NTFC) has been informed by senior-listed player, Benjamin Taylor that he returned a blood alcohol reading of 0.063 per cent after being stopped for a random breath test in Jingili on Sunday morning.
NT Thunder has continued its recent resurgent form, getting to within two points of third-placed Sydney in the final quarter of their Round 14 NEAFL match before succumbing by 19 points.
After a hard-fought loss to Southport in trying conditions last weekend, the team will go into the NEAFL’s Round 14 with four dynamic players returning to the line-up.
The Thunder women are the walking wounded this week with four concussions sustained in the Round 8 game.
Thunder gets the perfect opportunity to back up last week’s strong performance up at home on TIO Stadium in Darwin against third-placed Sydney in Round 14 on Saturday night
NT Thunder has gone down in brave fashion to reigning premier and 2019 contender Southport by just 15 points at Fankhauser Reserve in the NEAFL’s Round 13
Injuries have been a constant for us throughout the year and to be successful more often than not there is a lot of luck along the way, especially on this front.
NT Thunder welcomes Damian Williams back into the fold and into the team for his first game with the club since 2017.
NT Thunder regrets to advise that Andrew Hodges, Manager of NT Thunder has resigned from his position to take some time out and step away to focus on his family and other personal ventures.
NT Thunder player Kieren Parnell awarded the Round 12 NEAFL Rising Star Nomination proving hard work and resilience pays off.
Joe Anderson and Shannon Rioli are out for the remainder of the season due to an ankle and hand injury.
Thunder takes to the air to see if they can become only the third team to defeat the Sharks this season.
Aspley has paced itself to a comfortable 52-point victory over NT Thunder in their Round 12 NEAFL clash at TIO Traeger Park in Alice Springs.
“We are pumped to be going to Alice Springs to play in front of our home crowd especially with four Centralians in the team.
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.