In a game which Thunder was looking to regain their pride, they absolutely obliterated the Bombers like an unrelenting storm.
We know our home games are few and far between, so it is crucial we learn from our mistakes and get the job done in front of our family and friends.
Mattea Breed will make her debut for the senior Thunder side, while Jas Hewett will help stabilise the midfield with her inclusion.
“Another loss at home would be upsetting for the team, but the ability to play in Darwin gives Thunder something extra to fight for,” Katie Streader said heading into the clash against Essendon.
Following the men’s Round 11 bye, 5 players have been removed from the list while the women came away unscathed in Round 6 with only a couple of players requiring assessment.
After a good start, NT Thunder let the game slip through their hands as Richmond proved too good at TIO Stadium.
We are really looking forward to two home games in a row playing at our beloved TIO Stadium in front of our family and friends.
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.
After a tough match against Carlton, a few of our girls have picked up a few niggling injuries that will see them miss this week.
“We train hard and we love to run,” she said.
In an extremely tough contest, NT Thunder managed to escape Carlton by seven points to win the game.
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.
Not too many long term injuries on our lists, fingers crossed it can stay that way!
Heading into this Saturday’s game in Melbourne, Thunder has lost one match but Carlton has suffered three straight losses, even with their contingent of AFLW stars.
It was a dismal day for NT Thunder as the Magpies proved that Victoria Park is their domain.