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.
AFL has an exciting opportunity for a passionate person to work as a Remote Development Manager in Wadeye, NT. This role’s focus is to develop and facilitate football related programs that aim to improve education, social and health outcomes for youth.
The senior Pinktails team from Alice Springs will travel to Adelaide to take on the Woodville West Torrens senior Women’s team from the SAWFL on Saturday 9 November. They will follow in the footsteps of the Redtails who eight months ago played an exhibition game against the highly talented U18 men’s Woodville West Torrens team.
Students from the Laynhapuy Homeland communities, Clontarf and Stars Academy students from Gove and members of the Geelong Football Club came together for a football clinic and friendly games incorporating an overnight camp from Tuesday 29 to Wednesday 30 October in the GanGan homeland community – North East Arnhem Land.
Fifteen names synonymous with Territory football as well as the 1988 Northern Territory Bicentennial Carnival team have tonight had their names etched in the history books as the latest lot of AFL Northern Territory (AFLNT) Hall of Fame inductees.