It’s an old saying; ‘a week is a long time in football’, but never has there been a more accurate statement.
The most pleasing aspect of the early part of the 2019 NEAFL season from a coach’s perspective has been seeing some of our young and new players grab their opportunities.
The values that our ANZACs and all of our service men and women live by every day; courage, mateship, perseverance and sacrifice are values that our players can hopefully take a lot from.
NT Thunder men’s Head Coach, Darren Reeves writes the team’s focus has been around consistency of their effort, no matter what the circumstances are or how the scoreboard reads.
We are jumping out of our skins to implement our pre-season and its learnings and can’t wait to get stuck in tonight in front of a supportive home crowd.
Talent only gets you so far, you must have an equal amount of hard work to fully reach your potential.
If the young lads of the future need any inspiration as to how best to represent the NT, they need not look any further than the greats that pull on the yellow, ochre, black and white for the last time at TIO Stadium this Saturday night
With technology, we can monitor fatigue and fitness; we know fatigue has played some part in our disappointing season.
Andrew Hodges lists all the volunteers who, along with young debutants like Dom Forbes, ensure the club is in good hands.
People are entitled to an opinion.
I am often asked what do I love most about my job? The answer is always the same – giving young Territorians the opportunity to play the game they love at a high level, against quality opposition.
While it’s never easy after a loss, we felt the group showed an improved performance against one of the league’s top sides last weekend.
Like any football club, it’s a privilege to represent its colours and what it stands for.
Personally, having speculation of an ‘axe’ hanging over you is hard to read, and even more difficult for my family to pick up and see.
After any loss, some soul searching happens.