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PRE SEASON TRAINING 2014/15
Pre Season training for the 2014/15 season commenced for all senior players, on Monday 7th July. Training is currently at Nightcliff BM Insurance Oval on Monday, Wednesday and Friday commencing 5.30pm. This includes Premier League, Division 1, Women and Under 18's. As it get's closer to the season, days may change, so keep checking our website or Facebook page for information.
All junior teams will commence training the first week of September.
Under 12's will train on Wednesday afternoons from 4.30pm
Under 14's will train on Tuesday and Thursday's from 4.30pm
Under 16's will train on Wednesday and Friday's from 5.00pm
Youth Girls will train on Tuesday and Thursday's from 5.30pm
NEW COACHING APPOINTMENTS
Welcome to Ros Solien to the Senior Coaching staff. Ros will become the first female to join the coaching box in the NTFL and brings with her a wealth of knowledge.
We also welcome back to the club Stewart Carr who has taken up the position of Division One coach for the 2014/15 season. Stewie is a past player of our club and it is great to see him back. His Assistant Coach will be Mark Pedretti.
NO MORE CAMPAIGN
On Tuesday 17th June, Nightcliff Football Club in conjunction with Catholic Care NT launched the NO MORE campaign in it's fight against domestic violence, with the unveiling of a sign in the change rooms of the club and the unwrapping of a Buslink bus carrying the message
At today's bus unwrapping CatholicCare NT in partnership with Nightcliff Football Club presented the very first domestic violence action plan to Minister Bess Price.
Charlie King, Chair of the NT Indigenous Males Advisory Council and NO MORE campaigner said domestic violence action plans will be used as a plank to build a Northern Territory wide strategy that aims to reduce the unacceptable high level of violence in our community.
"As part of the campaign Nightcliff football club has stepped up to show their support with the development of a domestic violence action plan and a sign at their home ground.
"We are calling on all sporting codes and clubs to consider developing a domestic violence action plan.
"In addition we will encourage all Territorians to become supporters of the NO MORE campaign by registering at www.nomore.org.au," said Mr King.
SENIOR PRESENTATION AWARD WINNERS
Most Improved - Lachlan Bates
Coaches Award - Brandon Purtell
Most Consistent - Nathan Kelly
Most Courageous - Boab Murray-Atfield
Runner Up Best & Fairest - Nick Rantanen
Best & Fairest (Robert Campbell medal) - Koko Niki
Encouragement Award - Larissa Liddy
Coaches Award - Anne Knight
Most Improved - Molly Fuge
Most Consistent - Sheradene Solien-Senge
Runner U Best & Fairest - Cassie Henderson
Best & Fairest - Jessica Stimson
Pam Watson trophy - Gloria Sinclair
Most Determined - Brady Shannon
Best Team Man - Tom Keehan
Coaches Award - Mark Tibbits
Most Consistent - Josh Reichman
Runner Up Best & Fairest - Tim Miller
Best & Fairest - Jaise Coleman
Coaches Award - Toby Stribling
Leading Goal kicker - Brant Chambers
Most Consistent - Jonathon Peris
Most Determined - Adrian Murphy
Best Team Man (Mark Motlop medal) - Deon Gordon
Most Courageous ( John 'Bubba' Tye medal) - Nathan Brown
Runner Up Best & Fairest (Joe Daby medal) - Trevor Baust
Best & Fairest (Joe Bonson medal) - Sebastian Guilhaus
Rising Star Award - Kayle Kossack
Spirit of the Tiger Award - Leigh Bujnowksi
Mabel Griffin Award - Alison Kelly
Will be held on Sunday 16th March at the Nightcliff Sports Club. More information to be available very soon
Welcome everyone to the 2014/15 NTFL season. Please have a look through our website to find the information you need.
Nightcliff Football Club is looking for great things this season and we are pretty excited with our new and current players.
With the success of last season, winning five out of six premiership flags on Grand Final day, we are excited about the 2014/15 season. We will have twelve teams participating, an increase with the introduction of a youth girls team and a second Under 18's team.
We also welcome all our sponsors, those who have been with us for the long haul and those who have joined us recently. We thank them for their generous support, so if you see any of them around the club this season, please thank them as their generosity is what allows us to operate so successfully
Thank you also to all the many volunteers old and new who have once again put their hand up to help out where needed. Without these fantastic people, and the many hours they give, the club and your teams simply would not be able to operate. Volunteers are still needed in all grades, so if you can cut oranges, do the time keeping, run water, wash jumpers or anything that may help, please go and see your team officials and let them know. You will be welcomed with open arms!
To all the players who make up our great club, good luck, play fair, put in the hard yards on the training track and you will be rewarded. We hope many of you will use this as a pathway to greater things.
We welcome any new sponsors to our club for 2014/15. If you would like to become a sponsor, please contact Mark Kelly on 0409510767. There is still billboard sponsorship available at TIO Stadium on our six panel board. This offers great exposure for any sponsor and we would love to hear from you. Various sponsorship packages are available, so contact the club today!