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Posted on 17 February 2010  - 12:00

The Under-15s are off to a flyer in this year's League Cup with two wins from their first two games - the latest coming via a 7-0 thrashing of Luton Town Hatters on Sunday despite having only 10 players!

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The Under-15s are off to a flyer in this year's League Cup with two wins from their first two games - the latest coming via a 7-0 thrashing of Luton Town Hatters on Sunday despite having only 10 players!

And the game was still in the balance at half-time, with only Sophie Gardner's strike separating the sides before a second half goal rush, in which the striker (pictured) completed her hat-trick.

There was a similarly impressive performance from the First Team, who moved to fifth place in the South-East Combination with games in hand on two of the teams above them with a 5-0 away win at Ebbsfleet United.

It serves as a timely boost ahead of their highly-anticipated London Senior Women's Cup semi-final against North London rivals Arsenal at Broxbourne Borough on Thursday February 25, for which the girls will be needing plenty of your support!

The Reserves progressed to Round 3 of the John Greenacre Memorial Trophy, as Tooting & Mitcham Reserves could not field a team, and they are joined by the Thirds, who beat Fulham Deaf 5-1 at Fred Knights Sports Ground on Sunday.

It was also 5-1 as the Under-16s won at Headstone Manor in Round 1 of the HCGFL U16 Cup and the Under-13s also had a big win in their League Cup tie against Enfield Town, scoring ten without reply.

In league action, the Under-14s home match with Crawley Green ended in a 4-1 Spurs win, and the Under-10 Blues claimed a second successive win with a 2-1 triumph at Luton Town.

The Under-10 Whites, meanwhile, played out a goal-less draw at home to QPR.