WATCH: It’s been another massive year for Australian Football in the Northern Territory! Before we welcome 2020, let’s take a look at all of the incredible things that have happened over the past 12 months.
AFLNT and NO MORE have re-committed to their long-standing partnership to work together for a future free of violence in the Northern Territory. They will work with NTFL, CAFL and remote leagues in this quest.
AFLNT is excited to announce its relationship with Cazalys has taken another step forward. Formerly known as ‘Palmerston Oval’ the sporting complex located at the Charles Darwin University Palmerston Campus will now be known as Cazalys Arena in the new long term, six-year partnership agreement between Cazalys and AFLNT.
A familiar identity in Territory footy, Brenton Toy was the standout applicant for AFLNT's Manager of Talent. He impressed the interview panel with his understanding of the role, his views on the importance of collaboration and communication, and he also placed a high value on building and maintaining strong relationships.