Approximately 17 minutes into the third quarter of the Men's Premier League game between Nightcliff and the Darwin Buffaloes, TIO Stadium lost power and the game was unable to be restarted within the allowed timeframes.
Eighteen-year-old Liam Holt-Fitz became the second Nightcliff player from Tennant Creek to be recognised as the most outstanding player in an NTFL Men’s Premier League Grand Final when he picked up the TIO Chaney Medal.
In one of the most exciting Nichols Medal counts in recent history, three votes to Nightcliff’s Phillip Wills in the final game of the season has seen one of the NTFL’s favourite sons bolt home to claim the League’s top honour.
The Women’s Premier League season will culminate at TIO Stadium at 4:30pm on Saturday when Waratah come up against Southern Districts, following a full day of girl grand final action before ending with the big Men's Premier League Preliminary Final between the Tiwi Bombers and Southern Districts.
Caleb Niki from Wanderers and Jenna Singh of Waratah have been crowned the best up and coming juniors from the 2018/19 TIO NTFL season in front of 130 people, including family and friends, at the NTFL Youth Presentation this afternoon.
A special meeting of the AFLNT Executive convened on Monday afternoon to investigate the circumstances and consequent result of the Men’s Division 1 Qualifying Final between Nightcliff and Waratah. In accordance with the AFLNT Rules & Regulations (2019 edition), a decision has been made to award the win to Waratah.
Due to an unexpected technical glitch with the SportsTG platform which powers the NTFL and AFLNT fixtures we have manually created the fixtures for the remaining Finals Week One games and Round 19 junior games.