State League Seagulls: NTFL Round 4
(Nikki Wallace made her NTFL debut for Waratah at the weekend. Photo by Celina Whan/AFLNT Media).
It was mixed results this week as seven Seagulls took the field in Round 4 of the NTFL.
Fresh off a SANFL premiership with Woodville-West Torrens, James Tsitas pulled on a Southern Districts guernsey at the weekend, taking on fellow Seagull Nick Ebinger and the Tiwi Bombers in the Men’s Premier League.
(James Tsitas settled into life in the Northern Territory with ease. Photo by Aaron Black/AFLNT Media).
It was business as usual as Tsitas collected 33 disposals, five marks, six clearances and a goal in the Crocs’ 17.16 (118) to 8.12 (60) win - their first of the season.
Youngster Daniel Mott was named in Nightcliff’s best players for a third time in four matches, with the Tigers taking a 17-point win over St Marys to have a healthy 3-1 record early in the season.
(Megan Williamson continues to impress in the Northern Territory. Photo by Russell Sartori/St Mary's Football Club).
In the Women’s Premier League, Megan Williamson and Ash Melnikas continue to impress as St Marys secured their third win of the season when it downed Nightcliff 11.10 (76) to 5.2 (32) at TIO Stadium. They now sit second on the ladder.
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All Men's Premier League matches will be live streamed this TIO NTFL season (available for NT News subscribers). Division 1 and Women's Premier League games will be accessible via the AFLNTv YouTube channel 24 hours after their scheduled start time.