Rams leave it late to deny Ravens

Macarthur Rams 1 Gladesville Ravens 1 An outrageous long-range strike from Danielle Cannarella rescued a point for Macarthur Rams in a hard-fought encounter with Gladesville Ravens in the NPL Girls Youth League Under 16 Division 1 clash at Lynwood Park in south-west Sydney on Sunday. The visitors were cruising after Maya Jones had smashed homeContinue reading “Rams leave it late to deny Ravens”

Ravens holiday no-show

Gladesville Ravens 0 Illawarra Stingrays 4 It was anything but a joyful Easter for the Gladesville Ravens Girls Youth League Under 16 Division 2 team on Sunday as they crumbled to their third straight home defeat of the season. Illawarra Stingrays took command in the first half with Brooklyn Hudson scoring from distance, and anyContinue reading “Ravens holiday no-show”

Ravens soar to silence Lions’ roar

Bankstown City Lions 0 Gladesville Ravens 6 Tuesday evening’s rearranged match at Jensen Park in Bankstown gave the Gladesville Ravens Football NSW Girls Youth League Under 16 Division One team the opportunity to shine. A tense first half where only Maya Jones’ close range goal separated the teams turned into a bloodbath in the secondContinue reading “Ravens soar to silence Lions’ roar”

Ravens rue lapses in late loss

Bulls Academy 2 Gladesville Ravens 1 With the tide turning in their favour, a momentary lapse in concentration proved costly for Gladesville Ravens and a good chance of three points in the Girls Youth League Under 16 Division 1 instead turned into none as the Bulls broke away to snatch a late winner. An evenContinue reading “Ravens rue lapses in late loss”

Nobody said it was easy…

Gladesville Ravens 0 Manly United 5 … no one ever said it would be so hard. Gladesville Ravens’ Girls Youth League Under 16 Division 1 team found out exactly what they’re up against this season, going down to a second successive home defeat by five goals and starting the season at the wrong end ofContinue reading “Nobody said it was easy…”

Institute given scare by plucky Ravens

Gladesville Ravens Girls Youth League Under 16 Division 1 began life in the top flight with a visit from the mighty Football NSW Institute at Christie Park. A rasping effort from Mikaela Gavranic got us underway, and further goals from Milla Singleton and Hope Cleur had Institute three goals up, but a spirited fightback fromContinue reading “Institute given scare by plucky Ravens”

Ravens click in final pre-season run out

Gladesville Ravens 4 Sydney Olympic 0 Gladesville Ravens Girls Youth League Division One Under 16s flexed their muscles ahead of the 2023 season opener with a comprehensive victory over Sydney Olympic at a blazing Christie Park, bringing an end to a tough pre-season. A double from striker Maya Jones, with defender Abby Duggan scoring, andContinue reading “Ravens click in final pre-season run out”

Ravens’ reality check at the Bean

Northern Tigers 3 Gladesville Ravens 0 Fresh from the Proctor Cup in Bathurst and with high-tempo training sessions midweek, Gladesville Ravens Girls Youth League Division One Under 16s went into a pre-season fixture with Northern Tigers beginning to understand the step up required from Division Two. The Ravens were comprehensively outplayed by their high-achieving opponentsContinue reading “Ravens’ reality check at the Bean”

Ravens burn brightly in balmy Bathurst

The Gladesville Ravens Girls Youth League Division 1 Under 16s team for 2023 gave a positive account of themselves in the Proctor Cup this weekend, a pre-season tournament in Bathurst where youth teams test their pre-season credentials against each other in preparation for the new season. Ravens boasted a strong squad, and paired with fellowContinue reading “Ravens burn brightly in balmy Bathurst”

A warm welcome to 2023 for Ravens

Gladesville Ravens NPL1 Under 16s made their first appearance of the year in a trial game against two different opponents at Majors Bay on Sunday. Inter Lions and a touring South Melbourne team played two 30-minute halves each in beaming conditions, the hosts wilting in the sun and dispatched for six, while South Melbourne keptContinue reading “A warm welcome to 2023 for Ravens”