NT Thunder Football Club welcomes back Will Farrer after a five-year absence, with the four-time NTFL leading goalkicker set to be a great inclusion to the 2019 team.
NEAFL and NTFL stars, as well as favourite sons, Ben Rioli and Jarred Erlandson, have re-signed with NT Thunder for the 2019 NEAFL season.
NT Thunder has secured a big scalp, with 2018 Reserves Magarey Medallist, Jacob Templeton signing with the club for his first season.
A former NT Academy player, Jess Budarick first played for the Katherine Camels in the Big Rivers Football League before representing the Big River Hawks in the Under 18 NTFL division, going on to Nightcliff and now NT Thunder.
NT Thunder Football Club welcomes Kieran Delahunty to its 2019 NEAFL team after the tall utility was recruited from St Mary’s Football Club.
NT Thunder has added more talent to its plan of attack by securing the services of 2018 players, Patrick Boles and Ross ‘Rocco’ Tungatalaum.
NT Thunder is excited to reveal that 22-year-old Tiwi Islander, Adam Tipungwuti has signed on to play his first season with the club in 2019.
NT Thunder’s defensive stocks have received a boost with experienced backs, Sam Dyke and Daniel Weetra re-signing with the club.
At 201 centimetres and 102 kilograms, Jack Hannath if a former AFL and SANFL player who will relocate from Adelaide to Darwin tin order o join NT Thunder.
NT Thunder’s love affair with Central Australia continues with today’s announcement that Abe Ankers has committed to play for the club in the 2019 NEAFL season.
NT Thunder continues its new year signings with Tom Davies, Kieren Parnell and Nick Yarran all re-committing to its 2019 NEAFL squad.
Originally from Stawell in country Victoria, 20-year-old Ben Taylor relocated to Darwin in late 2018 and has been playing in his first NTFL season with St Mary’s.
It’s been a busy few weeks at NT Thunder so before we draw the curtain on 2018 we just wanted to say thanks for all your support this year.
It is confirmed that Sam Smith has a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his left knee and will undergo surgery.
Following an injury Sam Smith sustained in the NTFL on the weekend, he has undergone a scan with indicators sadly showing damage to his ACL.