Spurs U17s 1 Wimbledon 0
Ron Henry did the business as we passed Saturday's tough test against Wimbledon with flying colours.
Ron side-footed home from a corner in the 24th minute to secure the points. John Sutton also saw an effort cleared off the line in a game we generally dominated.
Boss Jimmy Neighbour said: "It was a tough game against a good Wimbledon side but we created three or four good chances and deserved to win."
Spurs U17s: Burch, Lee, Gardner, Marney, Henry, Foster, Hughes, Wetner, Sutton, Noto, Thomas. Subs: Vedeux, Rutherford, Slabber, Tyril.
Spurs U19s 2 Bristol City 4
It wasn't such a good day for the Under-19s as three poor goals conceded just after the break condemned them to defeat.
They started well and led through Yannick Kamanan's strike and arguably deserved to be further ahead when City responded on the stroke of half-time.
The three-goal blast followed just after the break and by the time impressive substitute David Galbraith pulled one back it was too little, too late.
Boss Pat Holland lamented: "We started well but the three goals did us. David Galbraith lifted us when he came on but the damage had been done."
Spurs U19s: Attwell, Kelly, Herron, Jonsson, O'Donoghue, Bowditch, Snee, Barnard, Kamanan, Ferguson, Consorti. Subs: Di Giuliantonio, Adams, Lacy, Galbraith.