• NT Institute of Sport Welcomes Elite Coaches

    The Northern Territory Institute of Sport (NTIS) has appointed two top-level coaches to its staffing roster.

    Gillian Lee replaces Bronwyn Jonathan as the Head Coach of Netball and Graeme Smith has begun work as the new Head Coach of Cricket. Mr Smith replaced Tony Judd who remains at the NTIS as the Skill Acquisition Coordinator.

  • A-League Football returns to the NT

    The World Game will be showcased in the Territory again in 2015 with Hyundai A-League club Adelai

  • Funding boost for Heineken Hottest 7s

    The Northern Territory Government will provide $300,000 over the next three years to NT Rugby to host the popular Heineken Hottest 7s in the World Competition.

Next Event:

Imparja Cup

8 February 2015

Alice Springs

The Imparja Cup is Australia’s National Indigenous Cricket Carnival held annually in the heart of Australia, Alice Springs.

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Adelaide United Football Club

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