NT Thunder senior player Matthew Rosier was booked for mid-range DUI on Sunday 19 February and will face court in early March.
‘Hodgy’ opens up about growing up in Alice Springs, his passion for all things sport especially AFL, moving to Darwin and the life-changing events that inspired and challenged him.
NT Thunder is pleased to announce the signing of Elcho Island product Lochlan Dhurrkay to the 2017 line up.
Ankers, who played 14 games for NT Thunder in 2014, is a big scalp for the Club with his fine form being on display in both the most recent NTFL and CAFL seasons.
NT Thunder is excited to announce the signing of Jarred Erlandson to the Club.
NT Thunder is pleased to have Jack Long put pen to paper for his fourth consecutive year at the club having played 31 games since 2014.
NT Thunder is pleased to have Tennant Creek youngster, Isiah Farrell-Nelson back for his second year at the Club.
NT Thunder has been advised by the NEAFL that there is a number of alterations to the Laws of the Game for 2017.
Monday 6 February 2017 Wanderers’ big man Hugo Drogemuller will line up for NT Thunder in the 2017 NEAFL season after deciding to stay in Darwin post the 2016/17 TIO NTFL season.
Following his impressive form in the NTFL, the Daly River’s Adam Sambono has signed to play for NT Thunder in the upcoming NEAFL season.
Ahead of the 2017 NEAFL season, NT Thunder has secured another young talent with 20-year-old Davin Ferreira committing to the Club.
In a boost to NT Thunder’s ruck stock, two-time premiership player Ryan Smith has agreed to play on in 2017.
NT Thunder is pleased to announce Alice Springs born and raised Ankin Abbott has signed-on for NEAFL season 2017.
After weeks of badgering on social media from his fans, NT Thunder is pleased to announce the re-signing of tall timber, Daniel Russell
NT Thunder has secured the services of Katherine-based duo, Kayle Kossack and Daniel Turner ahead of the 2017 NEAFL season.