David Johnson, Braedon McLean, Jacob Templeton and Ross Tungatalum return for the big game against Aspley with four players missing due to injury.
NT Thunder prepares for its third away game this season against the in-form Southport Sharks at Fankhauser Reserve on Saturday.
Three debutants, four Centralians, five AFLW premiership players and two recent Gwynne Medallists will pull on the Thunder jumper when the team takes on Hawthorn at Box Hill City Oval on Sunday.
NT Thunder welcomes co-captain Shannon Rioli for his first game in 2019 as the team looks to make it two wins on Saturday night in Darwin.
It will be the ninth year in a row that Thunder and Redland play in the ANZAC Clash, with Thunder debuting Ben Taylor for the occasion.
NT Thunder welcomes three debutants to its Round 2 side with Brodie Carroll, David Johnston and Dylan McLachlan all in-line to don the famed ochre jumper for the first time.
NT Thunder has named eight big debutants and three returning players for its huge opening game of the 2019 NEAFL season.
Travelling emergency, Lauren O’Shea will now come into the semi-final side to play her 11th game as Kristy Irvine suffered a hamstring injury during training.
The NT Thunder women’s side has named its big stars and leaders ahead of its first VFL W final against the Geelong Cats on Sunday.
“We have plenty of junior talent in the team with nothing to lose so they will be out to show their wares,” Hodges said.
Darren ‘Boof’ Ewing and Ryan Smith will take up their usual positions on Saturday night in what will be their last home game representing NT Thunder, while Jarred Erlandson is expected to make his long-awaited return from injury.
A host of local NT talent has been recalled to the ThunderW side for the all-important Round 15 VFL W game against Hawthorn in Darwin on Saturday afternoon.
Darwin speedster Malcolm Rosas is set to become the latest talented youngster to debut for NT Thunder when the team face Redland on Saturday night in Darwin.
The NT Thunder women’s team are set for one of their biggest challenges yet when they play the top of the table clash against Collingwood in Round 14 VFL W at football’s famous Victoria Park.
The NT Thunder women’s team are back on the road this weekend and with a mission in mind when they fly south to play Williamstown in Round 13 VFL W action.