The Spurs Ladies first team rounded off their league season on a high note with a 2-0 victory over table-toppers Gillingham on Sunday.
Ryah Vyse and Kirsten Thomson (pictured) were on target to inflict only the Gills' second defeat of the campaign and secure a healthy fourth place finish for Karen Hills' side.
The Third team, meanwhile, kept their challenge for a league title going with a 2-1 victory at Luton Town, with Sam Garner and Becky Shepherd getting the goals.
There were big wins for a couple of the youth sides with the Under-15s hitting seven past AFC Stevenage and the Under-11 Blues ended their season with a 5-0 home victory over Enfield Town B.
And the Under-11 Whites are just one win away from clinching their league title after a depleted side overcame Luton Town 2-1 at home on Saturday, thanks to goals from Ronell Humes and Flo Donald.
In other games this weekend, the Under-10 Whites secured a 1-1 away Home Counties League draw with QPR, but the Blues lost out 5-0 at home to Hampstead.
The Under-12s fared better against Hampstead with a 1-1 draw at Fred Knights, where the Under-13s lost 4-1 to Denham United Panthers.
There was a postponement for the Under-14s, who were due to play Enfield Town, but there was good news for the Under-16s who reached the League Cup final for their age group with a 1-0 away win at Harvesters.
And the Reserves lost a goal-packed game against K.I.K.K. at Fred Knights, missing out by the odd goal in nine in a 5-4 defeat in their last league game of the season.