The prestigious TIO Minahan Medal has gone the way of South Alice Football Club’s Darren Abbott for the first time, while Pioneer E-Girls’ Nicolette Dunn has made CAFL history, becoming the first woman to win three Yeperenye Margaret Liddle Medals.
After more than 2,000 people attended the first day of CAFL finals action on Sunday, AFLNT is pleased to announce the schedule for this weekend; the first weekend of 'town' finals and the second for 'country' divisions.
The NT has had two of its brightest prospects picked up at the NAB AFLW Draft, with Central Australia’s Jordann Hickey being selected by Melbourne FC with pick 31, and Danielle Ponter having her name called by the Adelaide Crows with pick number 48.
On Saturday 1 September if you’re in Alice Springs, Gove or Groote Eylandt be amongst the grand final action and come down to the game or follow their respective social media channels and stay involved that way.
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.