NT players who attend boarding school interstate no longer being counted as a fly-in player, and the date to prove NT residency status being shifted back a month are just two of the key updates to the 2018/19 TIO NTFL By-Laws.
Positions at NTFL Men’s Premier League clubs are fast being filled with the recent announcements of Ryan Ayres (Waratah) and Peter Leonard (Wanderers) to senior coaching positions, and the re-signing of Brenton Toy to the Tiwi Bombers made public today.
Some of the best Territory football has to offer will play in the inaugural match between the Central Australian Redtails and the Top End Storm, which will be played as a curtain-raiser to the AFL blockbuster between Melbourne and the Adelaide Crows in Alice Springs this Sunday.
We would like to show our appreciation for the tireless work and dedication put in by the PFES and Power and Water workers by offering them free entry to attend the TIO NTFL Grand Final days, while all other fans will enjoy discounted entry.
AFLNT wishes to advise that it has postponed the 2017/18 TIO NTFL Men’s Grand Final Day to a date TBA after receiving strong advice from Power and Water Corporation and NT Police that was not conducive to going ahead.
AFL Northern Territory (AFLNT) is exited to announce that for the 2017/18 TIO NTFL season a new standalone event will be held to present the best and fairest competition awards for all grades Under 18 and below.
Desiree Gordon found not guilty of kicking, Alan Graham found guilty of charging, Adrian McAdam found not guilty of abusive language towards or in relation to an umpire at Tribunal tonight and Matthew Arundell found not guilty of striking.