Some of the best Territory football has to offer will play in the inaugural match between the Central Australian Redtails and the Top End Storm, which will be played as a curtain-raiser to the AFL blockbuster between Melbourne and the Adelaide Crows in Alice Springs this Sunday.
AFLNT wishes to advise it is investigating incidents that took place in the fourth quarter and at the conclusion of the NT WorkSafe BRFL Round 4 Men’s game between Kalano Bombers and Katherine Camels on Friday night.
Rodney Baird, Matthew Green, Michael Mummery and Izaak Wyatt have been chosen for the national Allies squad and will vie for the opportunity to play against the nation's best and put themselves in contention for a spot on an AFL list.
The NT Thunder Under 18 Academy team is seeking its first win in this year’s Academy Series and to give them the best chance of success have undergone five changes for the game against the Gold Coast Suns Academy.
The Territory Labor Government will invest $1.7 million a year over the next five years to secure annual Australian Football League (AFL) Premiership games in Darwin and Alice Springs from the 2019 AFL season.