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.
Leading into the final Round for both Thunder teams, there are a number of players who will be pushing to pass fitness tests.
It has been an up and down season for NT Thunder this year but they will be happy to disappoint Melbourne University just before they leave the 2019 VFLW season.
It was a game where the scoreboard didn’t reflect the efforts of a weakened Thunder team, the end result saw the Casey Demons 11.9 (79) defeat NT Thunder 3.0 (18).
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.
Still some minor injuries lurking under the injury cloud for both sides ahead of the weekend.
“We’ve been training hard and we just need to put it on the field, we need to improve more on our skills because we want to finish off strong,” said Shantel Miskin-Ripia.
After the NEAFL bye a few of the boys are still under an injury cloud and will need to be assessed closer to this Saturday’s game.
NTFC congratulates Tayla Thorn on becoming the latest player to be signed to an AFLW list with the Gold Coast Suns announcing her as a priority signing.
It was another tough week for Thunder at GMHBA Stadium with Geelong wrapping up the Round 13 win.
It’s an exciting weekend as we are fortunate to play at GMHBA Stadium in Geelong, and we come up against a relatively young and inconsistent Cats team.
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.
Three players will undergo fitness tests before they are declared available for Round 13.
After three weeks of horror, Thunder has the chance to save it’s VFLW season and it starts this Sunday in Geelong.
It was another disappointing result for NT Thunder as the Western Bulldogs outclassed a young NT Thunder team.