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.
“There’s a lot of talent here in Alice.
Thunder were left to sit and take notes as Sydney Uni handed out a final quarter lesson at Blacktown International Sports Park in Round 10.
What we have taken away from our last two games has been that we have won or drawn six of our eight quarters, but it hasn’t translated into a positive result.
NT Thunder returns to Blacktown International Sports Park for the second time this season to take on Sydney University in its Round 10 match on Saturday.
Not too many long term injuries on our lists, fingers crossed it can stay that way!
NT Thunder continues its search for a second win of the NEAFL season this weekend in Round 10 against Sydney University.
Redland has avenged its Round 4 NEAFL loss to NT Thunder with a confident 21-point victory in Darwin, 20.12 (132) to 16.15 (111).
At our main training session on Wednesday, two of our senior players, Shannon Rioli and Phillip Wills presented to our playing and coaching group the history of the magnificent guernsey we will wear this weekend.
Ethan Liddle and Joel Jeffrey are in line to be the latest NT youngsters to debut for the NT Thunder senior side when it takes on Redland in the AFL curtain-raiser in Darwin on Saturday afternoon.