Archive for July 2014

PREMIER LEAGUE READY FOR CUP FINAL

A bit-part Ravens Men’s Premier League battled strongly but ultimately succumbed 1-3 away to the Pumas. With a team cut up through injury and unavailability, our boys worked hard and played for the most part on even terms with a hard-tackling Pumas outfit at Glenorie. Chris Hatfield’s outstanding strike from range into the bottom-right corner gave the Ravens a glimmer […]

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Netball Ground Closures – Sat 26 July

ERNA has cancelled: Brush Farm Grass court games at 8am and 9.10am due to wet weather. Hard court games at 8am also cancelled. Meadowbank Hard Court games at 8am have been cancelled.   Further updates please visit www.erna.nsw.netball.com.au      

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Peel Park CLOSED – Sat 26 July

Peel Park has been closed for all Men’s Football games – Saturday 26 July. Other grounds are currently open, however it will be at the discretion of both referees and teams to make a decision on playing given today’s current weather conditions. Follow Gladesville Ravens on FB for regular weather and ground updates!

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PREMIER LEAGUE MAKE IT THREE IN A ROW

Men’s Premier League have steadied and seem to be charting a course away from relegation. Fresh from beating bottom-placed Redbacks last weekend, then winning the GHFA Cup semi-final mid-week, the boys backed it up with a fighting 2-1 win over Normanhurst at Peel Park. This was a scrappy, stop-start affair, typical of games between teams trying to stay up in […]

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Ravens into GHFA Cup Final!

  They may be battling relegation in the league, but Ravens Men’s Premier League could still salvage something from the season. Fielding their youngest team so far this season – featuring two talented 16 year olds – the Ravens defeated West Pennant Hills 2-1 in a fast-paced GHFA Cup semi-final at Christie Park on Wednesday night. The win puts them […]

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Ravens 17s on the cusp of Minor Premiership

The boys continued on from recent weeks, by dominating our opposition, yet failing to finish of many chances throughout the game. We finished with a 2-0 win which is a solid result but we may well regret the missed chances over the past weeks. As we head into the final round of the competition proper, we have reflected on a […]

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U16/1s confirm finals place with a draw

Having watched the first World Cup semi-final, I can’t help but point out a parallel to the U16s game on Saturday. Skipper James Hanlon (read Thiago Silva) was interstate, top scorer Romario Bergmans (our Neymar) sat out recovering from a virus but came as our only emergency sub, and goalie Matt Rudge was still out with a hamstring strain. The […]

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