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Ladies latest

Posted on 27 April 2009  - 12:00

The Under-15s have made it to the HCGFL Cup Final after a dramatic penalty shoot-out victory over Queens Park Rangers.

Ladies latest

The Under-15s have made it to the HCGFL Cup Final after a dramatic penalty shoot-out victory over Queens Park Rangers.

Renata Inniss opened the scoring for Spurs in the first half, but Rangers capitalised on an early penalty award for a foul and drew level with a successful spot-kick.

The rest of the game saw Spurs in the ascendancy, but with no further score, the match went into extra-time, where there was still no breaking of the deadlock.

Therefore, it was down to the dreaded penalty shoot-out and two saves by Spurs keeper Daisy O'Sullivan (pictured) and two misses by the Spurs players took the game to 3-3 after five penalties each, when QPR missed the target.

Up stepped Molly Kmita to play a captain's role in burying a shot to take her side into the final.

The Under-14s progressed to the same stage of their competition within the 90 minutes against Harvesters - although it was far from as comfortable as the 3-1 scoreline suggests.

The visitors were in the lead until the 80th minute, when two from Blerta Berisha and another from Laura Newby turned the game on its head within a five minute spell.

Things were far more comfortable for the Under-11s in their cup semi at Luton, where they ran out 2-0 winners thanks to a Ronell Humes double.

But unfortunately, the Under-10 Blues could not make it a clean sweep of semi-final wins for the Spurs Ladies as they were defeated 6-1 at Enfield Town.

In league action, the Under-12s kept their place at the top of their division after a 3-0 home win over St Martins.

Tia Fogarty, Isabella Reuben-Crompton and Emma Lee were on the scoresheet, while the Under-10 Whites also ran out 2-1 winners at Luton Town.

In other games this weekend;-

Spurs Ladies finished their first season in the FA South-East Combination with a big away defeat at Wellingborough.

The young Spurs squad have found it tough this season, up against more experienced sides, but they have gamely battled to play their football.

The Reserves finally completed their Russell Cup Third Round tie, which had to be abandoned last week, winning through to the quarter finals 1-0, pitting them against Bushey Rangers this Sunday.