NT Thunder adds some experience and excitement to its final plane trip for the 2019 VFLW season when it travels south to play Melbourne Uni on Sunday at Arden St Oval.
In what is expected to be Will Farrer’s 50th outing in NT Thunder colours, there are just two changes to the side for its final NEAFL game against Aspley.
It has only been four weeks since NT Thunder came up against the Casey Demons in Alice Springs, and now it’s time to rewrite the story.
NT Thunder has made just two changes to its line-up to take on the Southport Sharks in Darwin on Saturday night in the last home game of the 2019 NEAFL season.
NT Thunder has made four changes to its line-up to take on Sydney University in Darwin on Saturday night, with injury and rest having a bearing on the team that defeated Redland in the last game.
The Thunder women are hitting the road again this week, travelling to Victoria to take on Geelong at GMHBA Stadium in hope of keeping the 2019 season alive.
NT Thunder heads to chilly Ballarat to face the Western Bulldogs in Round 12 of the VFLW on Saturday afternoon at Mars Stadium and welcomes back Sally Riley for the occasion.
Academy player and Alice Springs local Tyson Woods will make his Thunder debut in Alice Springs after a stand out performance for the Redtails last weekend.
Five NT Thunder women will play on home soil this weekend as the team travel to TIO Traeger Park to take on Casey Demons in Round 11 of the VFLW on Saturday evening.
NT Thunder heads into Round 16 of the NEAFL season against the Canberra Demons with six changes from the side that played last weekend.
“We need to continue the momentum of the last quarter of last week’s game where Janet Baird, Micky Roberts and Anne Hatchard were super human.” Nolan said.
Reeves was unreservedly excited about the locally born and bred talent pulling the Thunder jumper on for the first time.
Thunder has 12 changes to the team which will line up against Carlton at home for Round 9 of the VFLW, in what is the last game in Darwin for the team in 2019.
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.
NT Thunder will travel to Melbourne, with Rebecca Pryer as the debut player, looking to find its fifth win of the season as they face the winless Williamstown Seagulls at Point Gellibrand on Saturday.