NT Thunder is thrilled to welcome the NTFL’s leading goalkicker, Trent Melville to his first season of NEAFL after the 26-year-old Nightcliff star signed on for 2019.
NT Thunder is excited to announce the first new signing to its 2019 NEAFL side after Clinton Gallio signed on, showing top form in the NTFL.
Inaugural NT Thunder player, three-time Premiership player and NT Thunder Team of the Decade captain, Cameron Ilett has retired from NEAFL football.
The primary responsibility of the NTFC – Women’s Head Coach is the coaching of the NTFC Women’s Team in the VFLW Competition from May to September.
This full time role is responsible for the coaching and management of players in the NEAFL team to ensure consistent performances.
Tim Weatherald informed the football club a few weeks ago that due to his teaching career going in another direction he would be moving to Adelaide and unable to continue as VFL W Head Coach.
We congratulate Andrew Hodges on being appointed the Manager of NT Thunder and joining the AFLNT executive after the former coach has made the switch to lead the football club.
NT Thunder congratulates 2018 ThunderW player Jordann Hickey on being selected for the big-time after having her name read at the NAB AFLW Draft in Melbourne today.
This year our players exhibited our club values exceptionally with a professional approach, a united front, and a relentless attitude.
The primary responsibility of this role is the development of the best talent (male and female) in the Northern Territory.
“He is passionate about the women’s game and will play a particularly important role in the development of our players and other talented players based in Darwin.
Create pathways and quality environment for male and female players in the Northern Territory.
NT Thunder had a rewarding night at its first VFL Best and Fairest presentation, lead by captain Angela Foley finishing third in the Lambert-Pearce Medal count.
Hopes of a fairytale premiership for NT Thunder in its inaugural season in the VFL W have been dashed by a fighting nine-point loss to Geelong.
Travelling emergency, Lauren O’Shea will now come into the semi-final side to play her 11th game as Kristy Irvine suffered a hamstring injury during training.