Colleen Gwynne after the 2018/19 NTFL premiership

Gwynne steps down from coaching

Five-time Waratah women's premiership coach, Colleen Gwynne has announced that she will move away from coaching so that she can seek out new challenges in football.
Pre purchase your tickets

Pre-purchase your NTFL Grand Final tickets

Save time queuing up at for tickets at the gate and jump online to purchase your general admission tickets to Saturday's NTFL Men's Grand Final Day.
MRP Week 3 finals

TIO NTFL Match Review Panel: Finals Week 3

AFL Northern Territory (AFLNT) wishes to advise the Match Review Panel has reviewed all matches played in Finals Week 3 of the 2018/19 TIO NTFL season and the following charges have been laid in the senior divisions:
Lisa Roberts pictured with Brenda Cubillo and the Williams Medal

Roberts wins second Williams Medal

Lisa Roberts was one of nine players to receive votes in the best on ground count for this season's women's grand final.
Janet Baird with Colleen Gwynne

Baird becomes the NTFL’s youngest leading lady

Palmerston Magpies’ Janet Baird has capped off a remarkable season taking home the 2018/19 Gwynne Medal for being the best and fairest player in the Women’s Premier League.
Finals Week Two Tribunal update

NTFL Tribunal: Finals Week Two

Charley Hall of Nightcliff Football Club pleaded guilty to a lesser classification of head-butting and was issued a one-match penalty from the Tribunal.