NT Thunder has secured a big coup for its 2019 VFL Women’s team with reigning Gwynne Medallist, Janet Baird signing on for the season.
The ThunderW stocks have received a boost from Central Australia with Samantha Hoogeveen-Hill a new player, and Ebony Miller recommitting to the club for the 2019 VFLW season.
Morgan Johnston and Lauren Motlop are the two latest additions to the VFLW list, with the classy players committing to the club once more.
NTFL grand finalists, Sharona Bishop and Tahlia Holtze are the two latest additions to the VFLW list, with the experienced ThunderW duo signing on again.
The ThunderW list has added yet more strength to its line-up, signing Waratah premiership teammates Alicia Stanley and former Fremantle AFLW player, Jade de Melo for their first seasons representing the club.
NT Thunder is excited to announce a two-year extension of the partnership with Territory Sportsmedicine.
ThunderW list added two more key players this week with Kristy Irvine and Katie Streader re-signing for the 2019 VFLW season.
The ThunderW list continues to build with key players and Darwin Buffettes’ stalwarts, Kylie Duggan and Machaelia Roberts the next two players to commit to the club.
The first four ThunderW players for 2019 are locked in with NTFL captains, Lateesha Jeffrey and Lisa Roberts joining Amy Chittick and Tayla Thorn in donning the NT Thunder jumper once more.
The coaches are in, players are being signed up, now its time for YOU!
It’s been a busy few weeks at NT Thunder so before we draw the curtain on 2018 we just wanted to say thanks for all your support this year.
The NT Thunder women’s team has a lot to look forward to in 2019, including five big games at home, one on a showstopper weekend in Alice Springs.
NT Thunder is delighted to welcome experienced coach and sports administrator, Heidi Thompson to the dual position of NT Thunder Women’s Academy Manager and VFL Women’s Head Coach.
The primary responsibility of the NTFC – Women’s Head Coach is the coaching of the NTFC Women’s Team in the VFLW Competition from May to September.
Tim Weatherald informed the football club a few weeks ago that due to his teaching career going in another direction he would be moving to Adelaide and unable to continue as VFL W Head Coach.