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32 items have been kindly donated for the silent auction with bids for each auction item available for people to place a starting and highest bid via Facebook (until 2:30pm ACST) and then to see if it can be matched/beaten on the night.
Signed match-worn North Melbourne guernsey by 2018 squad
A North Melbourne match worn guernsey has been donated by Northern Territory star and North Melbourne player, Jed Anderson, and is valued at $200. The guernsey has the number three on the back and has been signed by the 2018 team. Jed Anderson was a prelisted player with Greater Western Sydney when he was traded to Hawthorn where he played 10 matches across three seasons. He was then traded to North Melbourne at the end of the 2015 season and he has played 14 matches with the Kangaroos.
AFLNT Code #50
Signed 2017 Geelong guernsey
Geelong has been a powerhouse in the AFL for most of the 21st century and this is a chance to own a 2017 guernsey which has been signed by the entire squad. The guernsey was donated by the Geelong Cats Football Club. The 2017 squad included Territorians Nakia Cockatoo, Steve Motlop and Brandan Parfitt, in addition to Ryan Abbott, Jed Bews, Aaron Black, Mark Blicavs, Wylie Buzza, Josh Cowan, Jordan Cunico, Patrick Dangerfield, Mitch Duncan, Ryan Gardner, Cory Gregson, Cameron Guthrie, Zach Guthrie, Tom Hawkins, Matthew Hayball, Lachie Henderson, Jack Henry, George Horlin-Smith, Timm House, Jamaine Jones Jake Kolodjashnij, Darcy Lang, Tom Lonergan, Andrew Mackie, Sam Menegola, Daniel Menzel, Lincoln McCarthy, Jordan Murdoch, Quinton Narkle, Mark O’Connor, James Parsons, Esava Ratugolea, Tom Ruggles, Joel Selwood, Scott Selwood, Sam Simpson, Zac Smith, Rhys Stanley, Tom Stewart, Harry Taylor, Jackson Thurlow, Zach Tuohy.
AFLNT Code #03
Brisbane Broncos guernsey
Donated by the famed NRL powerhouse, this is a signed and framed (thanks to Picture Framing Darwin) 2017 Brisbane guernsey valued at $800. In 2017, the team made it to the preliminary final stages and the squad consisted of: Jai Arrow, Adam Blair, Darius Boyd, Mitchell Dodds, Herman Ese’ese, Matt Gillett, Alex Glenn, Ben Hunt, Jordan Kahu, Benji Marshall, Andrew McCullough, Josh McGuire, David Mead, Anthony Milford, Tautau Moga, Kodi Nikorima, Corey Oates, Joe Ofahengaue, Tom Opacic, Tevita Pangai jnr, Jonus Pearson, James Roberts, Jaydn Su’a and Sam Thaiday. Framing with thanks to Darwin Picture Framing.
AFLNT Code #05
Cricket bat signed by the 2016 T20 Australian squad
A cricket bat which has been signed by the 2016 T20 Australian squad who played against India has been donated by NT Cricket. The bat has been signed by Cameron Boyce, James Faulkner, Aaron Finch, John Hastings, Travis Head, Chris Lynn, Kane Richardson, Steve Smith, Shaun Tait, Matthew Wade, David Warner and Shane Watson. The series saw Shane Watson score 124* which is the highest T20 score in Australia and the second highest overall.
AFLNT Code #08
Signed AFLW 2018 Adelaide Crows guernsey
Sally Riley, an NT favourite and premiership player with the Adelaide Crows in the 2017 AFLW season, has donated a signed Adelaide AFLW Indigenous guernsey by the whole 2018 squad and is valued at $200. The guernsey has been signed by Territorians Sophie Armitstead, Calista Boyd, Jasmyn Hewitt, Abbey Holmes, Sally Riley and Stevie-Lee Thompson, in addition to Jessica Allan, Sarah Allan, Georgia Bevan, Dayna Cox, Anne Hatchard, Eloise Jones, Rachael Killian, Ebony Marinoff, Jenna McCormick, Rhiannon Metcalfe, Justine Mules, Sarah Perkins, Erin Phillips, Jessica Sedunary and Brianna Walling. The guernsey has a gold AFLW logo on the back and the AFL logo is gold too in honour of the Crows winning the inaugural AFLW Premiership in 2017.
AFLNT Code #13
Penfolds Grange 2008
A name that all wine lovers will know, two Penfolds Grange 2008 have been donated by Cazaly’s and each bottle is valued at $1,000. The wine was first created in 1951 and the first commercial vintage was released in 1952. The 2008 Penfolds Grange scored a perfect 100 given by eRobertParker.com's Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW. The wine features layers of spice, mulberries, liquorice, blueberries, smallgoods with hints of crushed mint and mocha. The purity of flavour is matched equally with a palate that has a firm foundation of elegant, yet robust tannin and an acid structure that defies belief.
AFLNT Code #17
Sherrin signed by AFLW 2018 Adelaide Crows team
Adelaide FC has donated an official AFLW Sherrin football signed by the whole 2018 Adelaide AFW squad, including Abbey Holmes, Eloise Jones, Georgia Bevan, Jenna McCormick, Rachael Killian, Sally Riley, Ebony Marinoff, Rhiannon Metcalfe, Erin Phillips, Stevie-Lee Thompson, Sophie Armitstead, Jessica Sedunary, Jasmyn Hewitt, Brianna Walling, Justine Mules, Jessica Allan, Sarah Perkins, Dayna Cox, Anne Hatchard and Sarah Allan.
AFLNT Code #19
Two Birds by Eric Fejo
An Aboriginal painting by Eric Fejo titled Two Birds has been donated by the Larrakia Development Corporation. Eric Fejo is a born and raised Larrakia Man and has worked as a custodian for Larrakia sacred sites with Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority for many years. The painting is from the Larrakia region and features two magpie geese. The magpie goose has been a staple in Aboriginal art for a long time and is considered one of the best sources of bush tucker by the Larrakia people. This is a chance to own a unique piece of art which symbolises a bird of significance to Larrakia.
AFLNT Code #25
Digeridoo by Belyuen Community
Located an hour and a half west of Darwin, the Bulyuen Community is populated by just over 160 people. A digeridoo (Kenbi) by the Bulyuen Community has been donated by the Larrakia Development Corporation. The digeridoo holds a cultural significance in Indigenous history with the didgeridoo traditionally played as an accompaniment to ceremonial dancing and singing. For surviving Aboriginal groups of northern Australia, the didgeridoo is still an integral part of ceremonial life, as it accompanies singers and dancers in cultural ceremonies.
AFLNT Code #26
Framed Port Adelaide Shanghai game
This is a piece of history with the first ever AFL match played for premiership points outside of Australia and New Zealand, with the Port Adelaide Football Club and Gold Coast Football Club playing in Shanghai, China in Round 8 of the 2017 season. The framed piece was donated by Beierdorf and is valued at $200. It has been signed by Port Adelaide coach, Ken Hinkley, and Port Adelaide captain, Travis Boak. It also features AFL Photos of the match.
AFLNT Code #34
Adelaide 36ers signed singlet
This is one for the NBL fans with a 2017/18 signed singlet by the entire squad donated by Beierdorf and is valued at $150. The season is edging towards an end and Adelaide currently sit second on the ladder, so this a great piece for a team that has had a very strong season so far. The singlet has been signed by Vishesh Bhriguvanshi, Josh Childress, Mitch Creek Caleb Davis, Majok Deng, Adam Doyle, Anthony Drmic, Matt Hodgson, Sam Johns, Daniel Johnson, Nelson Larkins, Ramone Moore, Shannon Shorter, Nathan Sobey and Brendan Teys.
AFLNT Code #35
Adelaide United FC signed shirt
It is currently in the middle of the A-League season and this shirt has been signed by the 2017/18 Adelaide United FC squad who currently sit fourth on the ladder and have qualified for the finals series. The shirt was donated by Beierdorf and is valued at $150. The shirt is signed by Daniel Adlung, Johan Avsalonsen, George Blackwood, Lachlan Brook, Baba Diawara, Tarek Elrich, Jordan Elsey, Ben Garuccio, Ersan Gulum, Ryan Kitto, Kristin Konstandopoulos, Nathan Konstandopoulos, Paul Izzo, Vince Lia, Daniel Margush, Michael Marrone, Nikola Mileusnic, Pacifique Niyongabire, Jordan O’Doherty, Mark Ochieng, Taylor Regan, Isaias Sanchez and Ryan Strain.
AFLNT Code #36
North Melbourne guernsey
Donated by Elite Physiotherapy is a 2018 North Melbourne Football Club guernsey signed by the 2018 squad. The Kangaroos are looking to bounce back this season and this could be a jumper worth having come September!
AFLNT Code #37
Authentic buffalo horns mounted on a Northern Territory shaped plague has been donated by Barra Shark, in addition to a cap and frame which are all valued at $150. The buffalo is the mascot of the Darwin Football Club and has a large presence in the Northern Territory. This is a chance to own a special mantel which truly signifies the Territory.
AFLNT Code #40
West Coast Eagles guernsey signed by Nic Naitanui
No name in the AFL exudes excitement like Nic Natanui’s and the AFL has donated a 2017 West Coast away guernsey signed by Nic Natanui which is valued at $250. West Coast were semi finallists in 2017 and had one of the most intense finals in history when they played Port Adelaide in the Elimination Final and the match went to extra time, with the game decided by a goal after the siren. Nic Natanui is one of the most athletic ruckmen in the league and is an All-Australian and Grand Final player.
AFLNT Code #42
Victorian Bushrangers bat
The Victorian Bushrangers won their third consecutive title in the Sheffield Shield in the 2016/17 season and a 2016/17 Victorian Bushrangers bat signed by the whole team has been donated by the Honourable Lauren Moss MLA and is valued at $300. The bat has been signed by Fawed Ahmen, Aaron Ayre, Scott Boland, Dan Christian, Jackson Coleman, Travis Dean, Aaron Finch, Sebastian Gotch, Peter Handscombe, Marcus harris, John Hastings, Ian Holland, Glenn Maxwell, Andrew McDonald, James Muirhead, James Pattinson, Robert Quiney, Jake Reed, Matthew Short, Peter Siddle, Marcus Stoinis, Chris Tremain, Matthew Wade, Gary Walker and Cameron White.
AFLNT Code #43
Victorian Bushrangers shirt
The Victorian Bushrangers won their third consecutive title in the Sheffield Shield in the 2016/17 season and a 2016/17 Victorian Bushrangers signed shirt has been donated by the Honourable Lauren Moss MLA and is valued at $150. The shirt has been signed by Scott Boland, Dan Christian, Travis Dean, Aaron Finch, Sebastian Gotch, Marcus Harris, John Holland, Robert Quiney, James Pattinson, Marcus Stoinis and Matthew Wade.
AFLNT Code #44
Australian Women’s hockey singlet
The Hockeyroos have enjoyed success recently and made the quarterfinals in the 2016 Rio Olympics. This signed training singlet was donated by the Honourable Lauren Moss MLA and is valued at $100. The 2016 Hockeyroos squad included Territorian Brooke Peris in addition to Laura Barden, Jocelyn Bartram, Kristina Bates, Edwina Bone, Jane Claxton, Jacqui Day, Kristin Dwyer, Ashlea Fey, Madison Fitzpatrick, Kate Hannan, Jordyn Holzberger, Stephanie Kershaw, Rachael Lynch, Karri McMahon, Georgina Morgan, Gabrielle Nance, Georgia Nanscawen, Kaitlin Nobbs, Madeleine Ratcliffe, Kathryn Slattery, Emily Smith, Grace Stewart, Renee Taylor, Ashlee Wells, Mariah Williams, Georgia Wilson.
AFLNT Code #45
Signed AFLW 2017 Adelaide Crows guernsey
The Honourable Lauren Moss MLA has donated a signed guernsey by the whole 2017 Adelaide AFLW premiership winning squad and is valued at $400. This is the team that went on to write their names in the history books and was proudly represented by nine NT stars. The guernsey has all the players signatures, including the formidable Erin Phillips who won it all in year one, as well as Sarah Allan, Heather Anderson, Jasmine Anderson, Georgia Bevan, Dayna Cox, Courtney Cramey, Angela Foley, Kellie Gibson, Anne Hatchard, Monique Hollick, Abbey Holmes, Rachael Killian, Ebony Marinoff, Jenna McCormick, Rhiannon Metcalfe, Justine Mules, Lauren O’Shea Sarah Perkins, Talia Radan, Chelsea Randallm Sally Riley, Jessica Sedunary, Stevie Lee-Thompson and Deni Varnhagen.
AFLNT Code #46
Socceroos signed jersey
A step along the way to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup was when Australia played Jordan in Sydney on 29 March 2016. Australia emphatically defeated Jordan 5-1, with Australian favourite Tim Cahill scoring two goals. The jersey was donated by Football Federation Australia and is valued at $600. This is a fantastic prize for any association football fan and the jersey has been signed by Nathan Burns, Tim Cahill, Christopher Ikonomidis, Robbie Kruse, Matthew Leckie, Massimo Luongo, Mark Milligan, Aaron Mooy, Josh Risdon, Tomas Rogic, Mat Ryan, Trent Sainsbury, Brad Smith and Bailey Wright.
AFLNT Code #48
Signed Matildas jersey
The Matildas placed fourth in the 2017 edition of the Algarve Cup in Portugal and a signed jersey from the tournament has been donated by Football Federation Australia and is valued at $300. The squad that participated in the tournament included Teigen Allen, Mackenzie Arnold, Elle Carpenter, Steph Catley, Alex Chidiac, Emma Checker, Lisa De Vanna, Caitlin Foord, Emily Gielnik, Katrina Gorry, Amy Harrison, Elise Kellond-Knight, Alanna Kennedy, Samantha Kerr, Chloe Logarzo, Clare Polkinghorne, Hayley Raso, Gema Simon, Kyah Simon, Emily van Egmond, Lydia Williams.
AFLNT Code #49
Signed 2017 Essendon guernsey
Essendon made their self-proclaimed comeback story in the 2017 season, and they lived up to the proclamation by making the finals after receiving the wooden spoon the season prior. The Essendon Football Club has donated a 2017 guernsey signed by the whole squad and is valued at $200. The 2017 squad included Territorians Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti and Jake Long, in addition to Patrick Ambrose, Mark Baguley, Josh Begley, Tom Bellchambers, Craig Bird, Mitch Brown, Dylan Clarke, Travis Colyer, Joe Daniher, Matt Dea, Sam Draper, Orazio Fantasia, Aaron Francis, Martin Gleeson, Brendon Goddard, Josh Green, Michael Hartley, Dyson Heppell, Heath Hocking, Cale Hooker, Ben Howlett, Michael Hurley, James Kelly, Kyle Langford, Jayden Laverde, Matthew Leuenberger, Andrew McGrath, Conor McKenna, Shaun McKernan, Ben McNiece, Jackson Merrett, Zach Merrett, Alex Morgan, Kobe Mutch, David Myers, Darcy Parish, Mason Redman, Jordan Ridley, Brent Stanton, James Stewart, Jobe Watson and David Zaharakis.
AFLNT Code #53
Brisbane Lions signed jumper
This is a chance to own a guernsey with Territorian Zac Bailey’s number from his first season in the AFL, with the 2018 home jumper signed by the whole 2018 team. The guernsey was donated by the Brisbane Lions and is valued at $200. The Brisbane Lions are a young and upcoming team and the guernsey has been signed by Jacob Allison, Harris Andrews, Zac Bailey, Connor Ballenden, Ryan Bastinac, Dayne Beams, Tom Bell, Jarrod Berry, Rohan Bewick, Charlie Cameron, Allen Christensen, Cedric Cox, Tom Cutler, Liam Dawson, Jack Frost, Darcy Gardiner, Eric Hipwood, Luke Hodge, Ben Keays, Ryan Lester, Corey Lyons, Stefan Martin, Rhys Mathieson, Sam Mayes, Hugh McCluggage, Daniel McStay, Marco Paparone, Jack Payne, Cameron Rayner, Daniel Rich, Nick Robertson, Mitch Robinson, Sam Skinner, Archie Smith, Brandon Starcevich, Lewis Taylor, Josh Walker, Alex Witherden, Toby Woolner and Dayne Zorko.
AFLNT Code #56
Chopper Read signed framed poster
With the upcoming series Underbelly Files: Chopper this is a chance to get your hands on a unique item signed by the man of the series, Chopper Read. The framed poster was donated by The Cricket and Football Shop. The poster also features another famous Australian outlaw, Ned Kelly, and is an item unlike anything else.
AFLNT Code #63
Cricket bat signed by David Warner
A Gray-Nicolls cricket bat, signed by Australian cricketer and current vice-captain of the Australian cricket team, David Warner.
An explosive left-handed opening batsman, Warner was the first Australian cricketer in 132 years to be selected for a national team in any format without experience in first-class cricket.
Donated by The Cricket and Football Shop this must-have item comes complete with a certificate of authenticity.
AFLNT Code #64
Donated by Regional Imaging, this hamper is the perfect pamper pack for any woman (or indulgent man for that matter!). it includes a bottle of Yellowglen Pink Moscato, scented body lotion, eye mask, body exfoliators, organic tea, Lindt chocolate, Zesti Biscotti, popcorn, and a cuddly teddy bear.
AFLNT Code #65
Donated by Regional Imaging, this hamper will suit any beer drinking foodie. It includes a selection of 6 different beers, cracker mix, pretzels, nuts, grissini, olives, balsamic onions, Maggie Beer’s traditional tomato sauce, pepper steak relish, hot sauce, chocolate sauce and Lindt chocolate.
AFLNT Code #66
Bush tomato painting
An artwork by Olivia Corbett titled Bush Tomato and painted in Epenarra in 2017 is valued at $100 and was donated by the Butler family.
AFLNT Code #60
Women Going Hunting for Bush Potato painting
An artwork by Olivia Corbett titled Women Going Hunting for Bush Potato and painted in Epenarra in 2017 is valued at $100 and was donated by the Butler family.
AFLNT Code #61
Adelaide guernsey signed by Matt Crouch
A 2017 match worn home guernsey has been donated by Andrew McLeod and has been signed by 2017 Malcolm Blight Medallist and All-Australian, Matt Crouch. The Adelaide Crows enjoyed a strong season in 2017 finishing as the minor premiers and making the Grand Final. This is a fantastic chance to own a unique guernsey worn by an All-Australian, best and fairest winner and Grand Final player.
AFLNT Code #68
Flying Ant Dreaming
An artwork from west of Yuendumu by Lynette Nampijinpa Granites, a renowned artist from Yuendumu. Her work has a national and international profile and its art has been featured in hundreds of exhibitions and publications in Australia and around the world.
This piece was donated by Dr Ben Scambary and is valued at $600.
Hang It Darwin donated their services for the framing.
AFLNT Code #69
Hawthorn guernsey signed by Cyril Rioli Jnr
Four-time AFL premiership player, All-Australian, and Norm Smith medalist, Cyril ‘Junior Boy’ Rioli is one of the most famous names in Territory football.
This one of a kind 2015 Hawthorn guernsey (the last time the Hawks won the Premiership) was signed by Cyril especially for Tai’s fundraiser and has been donated by Cyril’s best friend and former Buffs captain, Phillip Wills.
AFLNT Code #71
6 month membership to CrossFit Abode
Thanks to CrossFit Abode you can get fit this year! A well planned and constructed program that promotes competence in each of the ten general physical skills, endurance, strength, speed, power, agility, balance, coordination, stamina, accuracy and flexibility. Their program is infinitely and universally scalable to suit absolutely anyone, regardless of age, injury, disability, fitness level there is always an option to suit. Every session you will have a trainer assist you to ensure the workout is scaled for your individual goals, circumstances and needs. This voucher to Crossfit Abode Darwin is valued at $1,100.
AFLNT Code #15