Up and coming young gun, Madeline Gault joins the ThunderW team after a great performance representing the NT in the Under 18s last weekend.
While one of NT Thunder’s favourites, Ben Rioli will play his 100th game this weekend, the newest members of the club, midfielders Patrick Boles and Tylah Saunders, will make their debut.
Joining Thunder vice-captain Sally Riley for their first games are impressive Darwin-based quartet; Kylie Duggan, Jemma Iacono, Sophia Mauboy and Sue Nalder.
Joining Phillip Wills in the middle to face the Gold Coast Suns and also in time for Richard Tambling’s milestone 50th game, will be big man and dual premiership player, Ryan Smith.
After a convincing win in Round 1 of the VFL Women’s competition, four changes have been made to the side set to take on Essendon at TIO Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Experienced brother act, Ben and Shannon Rioli headline NT Thunder’s six ins for the big Round 6 NEAFL game against Southport this Saturday in Queensland.
After weeks of excitement and hard training the first women’s team to run onto a footy field and represent NT Thunder (NT ThunderW) is now known.
NT Thunder welcomes Bradley Stokes and local lad Zane Clarke-Edwards for their first game, while Abe Ankers will captain the side in front of his hometown.
In exciting news for Territory footy fans, Joe Anderson will make his debut for Thunder, while Matt Campbell, Richard Tambling and Ross Tungatalum will make their return.
Two debutants; Sam Dyke and Jack Munkara will join familiar-face in Sam Smith in the NT Thunder team to face traditional rivals, Aspley Hornets in Brisbane for Round 2.
Young gun Rodney Baird headlines the list of seven debutants who have been named for NT Thunder to face reigning premiers, Brisbane Lions on Saturday night in Darwin.
NT Thunder has been forced to make four changes of its five ahead of its Round 19 NEAFL clash with Sydney University at Henson Park.
NT Thunder will resume its charge for a berth in the NEAFL finals with the addition of 415 senior games experience to this weekend’s side to face Southport.
In what may shape up to be a David and Goliath type battle, NT Thunder has named its most youthful and enthusiastic side of 2017 to face the Sydney Swans.
The Wadeye magician, Francis Kinthari is one of four inclusions to return to the NT Thunder team to face Aspley in the AFL curtain-raiser at TIO Stadium on Saturday.