AFLNT is aware of an investigation the Northern Territory Police is undertaking regarding members from the Tiwi Bombers vs. Waratah TIO NTFL Men’s Premier League match attempting to take alcohol and drugs into the Tiwi Islands on Saturday night.
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.
It was a busy night at the MRP with seven incidents being assessed across the senior men's grades. Three matters are from the one Premier League game and a Division 2 charge has been sent directly to the Tribunal.
AFLNT and NO MORE have re-committed to their long-standing partnership to work together for a future free of violence in the Northern Territory. They will work with NTFL, CAFL and remote leagues in this quest.
AFLNT is excited to announce its relationship with Cazalys has taken another step forward. Formerly known as ‘Palmerston Oval’ the sporting complex located at the Charles Darwin University Palmerston Campus will now be known as Cazalys Arena in the new long term, six-year partnership agreement between Cazalys and AFLNT.