Tim Brook is looking like the closest player to come off the Men’s injury list, needing to pass a fitness test in order to get back on the field this weekend.
Thunder dominated Melbourne Uni in their clash at Avalon Airport Oval, holding them to single goals in the first, second and last quarters and none in the third.
Joining Thunder vice-captain Sally Riley for their first games are impressive Darwin-based quartet; Kylie Duggan, Jemma Iacono, Sophia Mauboy and Sue Nalder.
“I get more excited than anything, just to represent the NT for one, and just to play with the talent we’ve got in the team is just awesome,” explained Alice Springs-based Jordann Hickey.
Unfortunately, Phillip Wills has made his way back on the list, awaiting assessment on his knee, while Janet Baird has followed suit also injuring her knee on Saturday.
by Murray Silby NT Thunder has continued its stellar inaugural season in the VFL W with a 72-point victory over Essendon.
For the first time, TIO Stadium will host both our VFL W and NEAFL sides.
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.
In honour of our tenth season, we’d love to hear what you consider to be the Top 10 moments of NT Thunder’s history.
“I think we’re just going to try and do what we did in the first round and channel what we know we can control and what we’re good at and focus on that,” Barnett explained.
Coming out of Round 6 of the NEAFL Thunder has four players that will need to be assessed on their injuries and no new additions for the ThunderW players this week.
Deni Varnhagen pulled up after the VFL W Round 1 with a hamstring injury, she is the only addition to the Men’s and Women’s Thunder Injury list for this week.
The NT Thunder women have announced their arrival in the VFL Women’s competition
With the addition of the Thunder women’s team that will play in the VFL W competition from this weekend, there are so many ways NT Thunder could be referred to as “the family club”.
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.