NT Thunder welcomes Damian Williams back into the fold and into the team for his first game with the club since 2017.
Mattea Breed will make her debut for the senior Thunder side, while Jas Hewett will help stabilise the midfield with her inclusion.
“We are pumped to be going to Alice Springs to play in front of our home crowd especially with four Centralians in the team.
NT Thunder has recalled six premiership winning players and three league best and fairest performers from the local and AFLW level for its highly anticipated Round 6 clash with Richmond.
Four fresh faces will make their NT Thunder VFLW senior debut this Saturday as injury and player unavailability forces 10 changes for the clash against Carlton.
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.
NT Thunder has named two debutants and made a number of changes for its important Round 4 game of the 2019 VFLW season.
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.
Richard Tambling could be a surprise return for Thunder, while Cohen Thiele and Nigel Lockyer become the latest debutants.
The victorious NT Thunder VFLW team returns to Darwin this Saturday for its first home game of the season with five changes to the team who took down the reigning premiers Hawthorn in Round 1 on Sunday.
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.