Archive for 2016

Gladesville Ravens U16/1 girls crowned State Champions!

Gladesville Ravens Under 16/1 girls, were crowned Champions at the Football NSW State Cup on Sunday 17 July 2016. The Girls beat Padstow Hornets 1-0 in the Grand Final! CONGRATULATIONS Girls!

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Ravens U16/1’s to the NSW State Cup Grand Final

Gladesville Ravens U16/1’s (Coached by Jason Cooper) will represent the North West Women’s Soccer association in the Grand Final of the NSW State Cup When: Sunday,17th of July Time: Kick-off 3.45pm Where: Valentine Sports Park (Field 3) Gladesville Ravens U16/1’s are enjoying a very good season currently undefeated with 13 wins and 1 draw after 14 rounds (40pts) in the North […]

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Federal Funding for lights at Bedlam Bay Oval

Local sporting groups in Gladesville and Hunters Hill, including the Gladesville Ravens, have received a boost today with the announcement of funding to construct lights at Bedlam Bay Oval. Member for North Sydney, Trent Zimmerman, said the federal government would provide $20,000 to contribute to the construction of four light towers and lighting. “Once the project is complete, this investment […]

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New Sponsor: Smith & Sons Renovations & Extensions Ryde

Gladesville Ravens are proud to announce a brand new sponsorship agreement with Smith & Sons Renovations & Extensions Ryde.   Smith & Sons Renovations & Extensions Ryde provides high quality renovations from concept to completion, on time and to budget. Peter Beeman, Managing Director, of Smith & Sons Renovations & Extensions Ryde has 15 years’ experience in the industry.  From the very […]

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Football NSW Lightning Policy

Please note that there is an updated version of the FNSW Lightning Policy. This reviewed and updated policy takes effect immediately and supersedes all previous FNSW Lightning policies. Download the FNSW_Lightning_Policy

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Football NSW Hot Weather Policy

With higher temperatures now occurring more frequently, consideration must be given to the effects of heat and humidity on elite and amateur athletes and particularly children involved in football activities. Football NSW has considered several factors in the development of this policy including the ongoing popularity of summer football and an increase in the temperatures leading into the winter season. […]

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