This week the Strong Road Safety NT Leaders Program delivered in partnership with AFLNT, MACC and the Territory Government’s Road Safety NT through the MLLLC won the national Indigenous Programs Award at the Annual Australian Road Safety Foundation Awards.
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.
Sawyer Berd from Kalkarindji and Charlie Wunugmurra from Lake Evella were the deserving recipients of the Michael Long Learning and Leadership Centre program's 'Leadership Award' after spending a week in Darwin, and as such will play special roles at the AFL game.
The Round 11 AFL game between Melbourne and Adelaide to be played in Darwin on Saturday 1 June 2019 will have a unique feel with Sir Doug Nicholls Round celebrations and the NT's very own Michael Long the AFL's chosen ambassador.
Tiwi Islands new 1.5 million-dollar changeroom facilities at Wurrumiyanga Oval will be used for the first time this weekend by local and visiting football players who are participating in the three-day 2018 Tiwi Islands Lightning Carnival.
On Saturday 1 September if you’re in Alice Springs, Gove or Groote Eylandt be amongst the grand final action and come down to the game or follow their respective social media channels and stay involved that way.
AFL Northern Territory (AFLNT) is pleased to announce seven Territorians have been selected in the 2018 Rio Tinto AFL Flying Boomerangs and World teams who play two exhibition matches at the 2018 NAB AFL Under-16 Championships on the Gold Coast this week.