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.
NT Thunder heads to chilly Ballarat to face the Western Bulldogs in Round 12 of the VFLW on Saturday afternoon at Mars Stadium and welcomes back Sally Riley for the occasion.
We will be sad to see Sharona Bishop miss the remainder of the VFLW season after she suffered a broken arm last weekend, while the men only picked up a few minor injuries as they head into Round 17.
With just four games left for Thunder, their chances of making finals are in their hands but standing in the way this weekend is a strong Western Bulldogs team.
In a very disappointing game, Casey has given Thunder a hiding at Alice Springs.
I am excited to announce that Alice Springs youngster Shoneeka Abbott and Alice Springs product Celina Whan, will make their highly anticipated debut, along with Tayla Hart-Aluni, who has earned the call up after performing exceptionally well at the Under 18 Championships.
Five NT Thunder women will play on home soil this weekend as the team travel to TIO Traeger Park to take on Casey Demons in Round 11 of the VFLW on Saturday evening.
Looks like the medical staff and trainers will be doing a number of fitness tests in order to give players in both sides every opportunity to play this weekend.
This will be Thunder’s last game playing in the Territory, only this time, they will be performing at the home of the Pinktails Football Club, TIO Traeger Park.
In a twist of fate, the Darebin Falcons has survived a desperate NT Thunder at Preston City Oval.