The junior fixtures for the early stages of the 2020/21 TIO NTFL season will see the introduction of a new junior grading process, which means the first four rounds of juniors (Rounds 3 – 6) will be treated as "grading rounds".
With one of the most well-aligned and club-focused fixtures in recent history, this season’s membership plans have been designed to better support clubs who carry a greater financial burden by running their own venues.
St Mary's goalkicking prodigy Beau Tedcastle has completed a remarkable double at the TIO NTFL Youth Presentation, while the Under 18 Girls best and fairest saw a tie for the first time when Kaitlyn Sowry (Southern Districts) and Kaitey Whittaker (Palmerston Magpies) were named joint winners. Catch up on all the winners here.
Southern Districts Football Club has been issued with a breach notice following the Round 2 TIO NTFL Women's Premier League game played between Southern Districts and Wanderers Football Club for playing 23 players.
AFLNT wishes to advise an independent Re-registration Panel met on Monday 1 September 2019 to hear an application from Keegan Dingo, of Southern Districts Football Club, seeking to be re-registered and granted the application.
The Wanderers' Joel Jeffrey and Southern Districts' Brodie Lake have added to their already significant years by being selected to play in the NAB AFL All Stars Under 17 Futures Game, which is a curtain-raiser to the AFL Grand Final.