AFLNT CEO Stuart Totham has written to all NT community footy clubs that we are still uncertain about the exact date of commencement for our game but has provided the actions and next steps we are taking from a national AFL approach.
As Chair and CEO of AFL Northern Territory, we wanted to write to you at this unprecedented time in the history of the Northern Territory where the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way in which we live and challenges our community at all levels.
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.
The TIO Central Australian Football League (CAFL) has released a statement following the AFL and AFLNT's announcement that community football competitions across the Northern Territory would be postponed until at least 31 May.
Following further advancements of the Coronavirus over the weekend, in conjunction with AFL House, our State and Territory counterparts, AFL Northern Territory (AFLNT) has made the decision to postpone all National Talent Pathway activities until 31 May 2020.
The AFL has today recommended that all AFL Community Club competitions and NAB AFL Auskick Centres currently operating - or about to start - are postponed to the end of May 2020. This will directly impact competitions throughout the Territory including the Central Australian Football League, Big Rivers Football League and Barkly Australian Football League.
Anthony Vallejo, coach of St Mary’s Football Club, has been charged with breaching AFLNT’s Code of Conduct & Conditions of Entry following comments he made at the conclusion of the TIO NTFL Men’s Premier League Grand Final.
AFL Northern Territory CEO Stuart Totham has penned a message to AFLNT's stakeholders following the completion of the NTFL season and the unprecedented situation of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak.
Carlton has delivered Melbourne's second defeat of the year and strengthened its finals hopes at the same time in a crucial result at Alice Springs' Traeger Park, which stood empty due to COVID-19 restrictions.
For the first time ever a live broadcast will be trialled for the 50th anniversary of the Tiwi Island Football League (TIFL) Grand Final on Sunday, AFL Northern Territory (AFLNT) and the TIFL have announced.