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  • NTIS expands coaching scholarship program

    The Northern Territory Institute of Sport (NTIS) is expanding its Coaching Scholarship program.

    Sport and Recreation Minister Gary Higgins said the government is focused on making it easier for Territory sports people, coaches and administrators to access good facilities, first class fixtures and great development opportunities.

  • The future is bright – supporting the environment

    Environment Minister Gary Higgins has outlined the government’s immediate priorities in his portfolio with measures to consult with and engage the community and industry on environmental issues.

  • Historic first Sheffield Shield match in the Red Centre

    It’s an historic day today with Alice Springs hosting the first Bupa Sheffield Shield match ever played in the Northern Territory.

    Chief Minister Adam Giles said the four-day match between Victoria’s Commonwealth Bank Bushrangers and the myFootDr Queensland Bulls is a fantastic opportunity for Alice Springs to share in the cricket-fever blanketing the nation.

Next Event:

Sheffield Shield: Victoria’s Bushrangers V Tasmanian Tigers

13 March 2015

Alice Springs

Alice Springs will create history next year when it hosts not one but two matches of Australia’s premier domestic cricket competition, the Bupa Sheffield Shield.

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Adelaide United Football Club

The Northern Territory Government has teamed up with Adelaide United Football Club and the Football Federation of Australia to deliver... Read more...

Melbourne Demons

The AFL games in the Territory help the sport to grow at the grass roots level across our region and help produce even more Territory champions of the sport. Read more...

Parramatta Eels

The partnership with the Eels includes a strong focus on connecting with the community through their anti-bullying community school visits, leadership for men programs and promoting elite pathways for our athletes in the NTIS Rugby League Program. Read more...