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.
Thunder were left to sit and take notes as Sydney Uni handed out a final quarter lesson at Blacktown International Sports Park in Round 10.
In an extremely tough contest, NT Thunder managed to escape Carlton by seven points to win the game.
What we have taken away from our last two games has been that we have won or drawn six of our eight quarters, but it hasn’t translated into a positive result.
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.
NT Thunder returns to Blacktown International Sports Park for the second time this season to take on Sydney University in its Round 10 match on Saturday.
Not too many long term injuries on our lists, fingers crossed it can stay that way!
NT Thunder continues its search for a second win of the NEAFL season this weekend in Round 10 against Sydney University.
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.
Redland has avenged its Round 4 NEAFL loss to NT Thunder with a confident 21-point victory in Darwin, 20.12 (132) to 16.15 (111).
It was a dismal day for NT Thunder as the Magpies proved that Victoria Park is their domain.
At our main training session on Wednesday, two of our senior players, Shannon Rioli and Phillip Wills presented to our playing and coaching group the history of the magnificent guernsey we will wear this weekend.
NT Thunder has named two debutants and made a number of changes for its important Round 4 game of the 2019 VFLW season.