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Posted on 1 November 2006  - 12:00

All the latest reports and fixtures from the Tottenham Hotspur Ladies sides.

All the latest reports and fixtures from the Tottenham Hotspur Ladies sides.

Saturday 28th October 2006

Tottenham Hotspur U10 Whites 4
Garston Ladies U10 0
HCGFL – U10 DIVISION 1

The Under 10 Whites maintained their position at the top of the HCGFL Under 10 Division with a hard fought 4-0 victory over Garston Ladies.

Spurs were slow off the mark than in recent games and had to be alert to Garston’s counter attacks. Spurs had a series of good chances before Hannah Fenton-Burgess put Spurs ahead after 13 minutes.

In the second half Spurs settled down and played some attractive football, spreading the play across the pitch and building well from the back. Hannah Fenton-Burgess went onto bag another three goals to take her tally to 19 goals for the season to date and to seal a good win over a fast improving Garston side.

Squad: Kitty Chapman, Jenny Hunnable, Natasha Smits, Georgia Sanders, Isabella Rueben-Compton, Evie Rose, Tia Fogarty, Hannah Fenton-Burgess

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Saturday 28th October 2006

Hitchin Town Belles U10 2
Tottenham Hotspur U10 Blues 5
HCGFL – U10 DIVISION 1

The Under 10 Blues took to the field a player short, but showed that made little difference to how they can play by recording a 5-2 win against Hitchin Town Belles.

However, it was a shock start for the re-arranged side, when the Hitchin forward made it 1-0 to the home side. Almost straight away Maya Vio picked the ball up just inside of the Hitchin area and let rip with a great shot from an angle into the top corner to make it 1-1.

Captain Christie Page went on a solo run to just inside the Hitchin half and hit a shot that went into goal to put the Tottenham 2-1 up, but just before the same Hitchin striker powered her way through to make it 2-2.

It only took a minute of the second half for Chloe Tunnicliffe to lob Tottenham ahead at 3-2 and the same player linked well with Vio to make it 4-2. Tunnicliffe was not finished yet, as the two players combined once more for Chloe to score her hat trick.

The girls played a fine style of football today to overcome the numerical odds and take a well-earned three points.

Team: Jacqueline McLucas, Chloe Tunnicliffe, Christie Page, Chantay Watson, Poppy Bennett, Maya Vio

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Saturday 28th October 2006

Tottenham Hotspur U11 Blues 4
Watford Ladies U11 0
HCGFL – DIVISION 1

Spurs U11 Blues played a keen Watford side today at Frederick Knights this morning and put in a performance that had the watching crowd purring.

It was an unfortunate own goal from Watford that really gave the Spurs girls the boost they needed. Despite hitting the woodwork, Tottenham pressed on and scored another goal four minutes later.

The second half started with the Blues dominating, although some solid Watford team-work gave Spurs some moments of concern. Spurs knocked the ball around confidently and put in some good challenges along with two more goals. The Watford keeper was excellent today in making some amazing saves and kept Spurs at bay.

The Spurs goals today came from Chloe Smith 2, captain Phoebe Guiver and a Watford own goal.

Squad: Carly Mackey, Loren Humphreys, Jemma McCarthy, Phoebe Guiver (c), Louisa Fox, Georgia Miller, Chloe Smith.

Saturday 28th October 2006

Harvesters U11 1
Tottenham Hotspur U11 Whites 4
HCGFL – U11 DIVISION 1

The Under 11 Whites played as a unit to achieve a good League win against Harvesters.

The Whites dominated the first half, but somehow just could not get the ball into the net. Despite some goal-mouth scrambles, it was only immediately before the half-time whistle that Charlotte Chaloner pushed home the ball from close in to give Tottenham the lead.

In the second half, Harvesters equalised after a series of defensive mistakes, but this only set the scene for more Spurs pressure. Woodward sent a ball right across the goal, before Louise Waldock crashed in a goal from a centre. This sparked Tottenham and Kathleen Jackson’s free kick hit the post and then another of her shots was deflected in to make it 3-1. After a handball was spotted by the referee, Nicole Hall scored from the penalty spot with a strong shot high into the net for a win the girls richly deserved.

Squad: Lauren Holman, Rhiannon Bassett, Kayla Miles, Kathleen Jackson, Nicole Hall, Monique Thompson, Rachel Brier, Louise Waldock, Alison Woodward (c), Abigail Barrett, Charlotte Chaloner

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Sunday 29th October 2006

Hemel Hempstead Town Girls U12 A 4
Tottenham Hotspur U12 0
HCGFL – U12 DIVISION 1

Despite a battling show from Hemel Hempstead Town Girls, the Tottenham Under 12s ran out 4-0 winners in this HCGFL match.

Hollie Watson’s drilled through ball to Tori Tripp was smashed into the net to make it 1-0 after 15 minutes. Vicki Blake and Tianna Carrington worked hard to snuff out the Hemel attacks, with Lily-Anna Tyrimos pulling off two fine saves.

Two saves by the Hemel goalie at the start of the second half could not stop the ball falling straight to Laura Newby, who knocked it home for the second Spurs goal. This became 3-0 when Tripp hit the cross bar and Ruth Collett was onto the rebound like a flash and tapped the ball into the back of the net.

When the referee awarded a penalty to Hemel Hempstead, Tyrimos saved the spot-kick to keep the clean sheet. Newby produced another great cross into the box with just six minutes left and Bobbi Cubberley hit a low shot to make it 4-0 to Spurs in a satisfying performance by the whole side.

Squad: Lily-Anna Tyrimos, Hollie Watson, Shoshana Field, Libby Lovick, Marva Kreel, Tori Tripp, Charlotte McLucas, Ruth Collett, Saskia Collins, Vicki Blake, Tianna Carrington, Laura Newby, Bobbi Cubberley

Sunday 29th October 2006

Tottenham Hotspur U13 17
Ridgeway Rovers U13 0
HCGFL – U13 DIVISION 1

The Under 13s ran up a big score against newcomers Ridgeway Rovers, as they showed a sparkling display of finishing.

Renata Inniss opened the floodgates in the first minute and Georgia Bruce followed it up with goal number two in the fifth minute, following in on a shot from Taylor O'Leary, who got in on the act herself with eight minutes gone and Inniss extended Spurs goal tally four minutes later to 4-0. Rosie Kmita moved up from left back and scored the fifth goal, converting a corner kick at the far post.

Charlotte Dean netted from the edge of the area and Inniss completed her hat-trick from a right wing cross by Hannah Lyons. With Rosie Kmita and Whitney Tango scoring to make the half-time score line 9-0, Rovers did well to keep going despite injuries to two players.

Spurs Ladies continued to dominate the game in the second half when Laura Smith scored two quick goals and two more from Whitney Tango and one from Inniss in the space of six minutes gave Spurs a fourteen goal lead but Ridgeway Rover kept on searching for a glimmer of hope. Tango soon added her fourth for the match and when a Nikki Hunnable corner was cleared by the Ridgeway defence Katie Mills drove it back into the goal.

The biggest cheer came when Nikki Hunnable whipped the ball in from the right wing to Renata Inniss - Renata played a cross-field touch into the path of Daisy O’Sullivan who powered the ball into the Ridgeway net in the last minute for a 17-0 victory.

Squad: Daisy O’Sullivan, Rosie Kmita, Molly Kmita, Olivia Keown, Katie Mills, Hannah Lyons, Harley Keenlyside, Shianne St. Louis (c), Ayse Mustafa, Renata Inniss, Taylor O’Leary, Georgia Bruce, Charlotte Dean, Nikki Hunnable, Whitney Tango, Laura Smith

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Sunday 29th October 2006

Tottenham Hotspur U14 Blues 0
Harvesters U14 A 5
HCGFL – U14 DIVISION 1

After a battling first half performance, Spurs Under-14 Blues slipped to another defeat at the hands of Harvesters A at Frederick Knights this afternoon.

Starting with plenty of vigour, the Spurs girls restricted Harvesters to long shots on goal and the closest the visitors got was a shot after ten minutes, which bounced off the upright.

In the second half, the visitors played a more attacking style and opened the scoring within ten minutes of the restarts and then ran in four further goals, with Player of the Match goalkeeper Megan Barsby producing some brave dives at attackers feet to stop them adding to their score, with the team struggling to find the fluency they have striven to play with.

Having played most of the teams in the top half of the table, the confidence that will come with a good win is hopefully on the cards soon.

Squad: Megan Barsby, Loren Hynes, Rosie Daly, Tayla Goodman, Lotty Lovejoy-Crump, Leanne Simmons, Chante Read, Alexandra Robinson, Sinead Makins, Katie Ramsden, Ruby Marlow, Becky Shephard, Kirsty Cunoosamy, Chloe Kraemer, Kelly Fenlon

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Sunday 29th October 2006

Luton Town Belles U15 5
Tottenham Hotspur U15s 0
HCGFL – U15 DIVISION 1

After the game against Bedwell two weeks ago, expectations were high that the Under 15’s would give Luton Town Belles a tough time in this HCGFL fixture.

Despite a couple of snatched chances in the early stages, Spurs were always second best throughout and eventually tumbled to a 5-0 defeat.

Having played all the top five sides in the opening seven league fixtures, it’s hoped that the Under 15s fortunes will start to change.

Squad: Ricole Vyse, Joy Dutch, Leesa Shields, Alex North, Natalie Howard, Ryah Vyse (c), Sophie Petros, Rebecca Hunneyball, Bethany Hunter Scott, Charlie Newson-Archer, Hannah Davies, Semma Halil, Patrizia Leo, Stavroulla Panayiotou

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Sunday 29th October 2006

Luton Reserves 0
Tottenham Hotspur Ladies Reserves 2

GREATER LONDON REGIONAL WOMEN’S FOOTBALL LEAGUE - RESERVE DIVISION 1

Spurs Reserves continued on their winning ways, with a 2-0 win over Luton Reserves to maintain their 100% record.

Tottenham started off sprightly with an early cross into the area from Athena Yennaris headed clear by a Luton defender. Spurs won their first corner and from it, Sam Garner took a shot, which was blocked. A cross from Gill Blackmore found Louise van Hamme, who missed from five yards, as it appeared that this was not going to be Tottenham’s day, but another cross from Gill across the Luton box picked out Faye Callaway, headed it in to make it 1-0.

Tottenham built on the goal with Lillie Chapman going closest when she took a shot that flew just over the bar.

Into the second half, van Hamme had a snap-shot, which was saved and Laura May was called into action as Luton broke forward to fire in a shot. When van Hamme hit another shot, which was saved by the keeper at the expense of a corner, Blackmore swung it straight into the back of the net to give Tottenham an unassailable 2-0 lead.

Team: Laura May, Dom Clarke, Mary Griffiths (Grace Parker), Di Gardiner, Jenny Curtis, Lillie Chapman, Athena Yennaris, Sam Garner (Charley Sandford), Gill Blackmore, Faye Callaway.
Unused subs: Becks Andrews

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Sunday 29th October 2006

Horley Town 2
Tottenham Hotspur Ladies 2
LONDON & SOUTH-EAST WOMEN’S REGIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE – PREMIER DIVISION

Another brave performance from the young Spurs Ladies side brought back a point from their trek to Horley Town.

Carly Snell’s great ball into the box fell to Katie Taylor, blasted her shot over the bar, but shortly after Chanel Breen found herself in space just outside the box and sweetly curled a shot into the top corner. With minutes of the first half left, Spurs went looking for a second goal, but on the break, Horley Town played a ball into the box that bounced up onto Kelly Herrett's shin and flew into the back of our net to male it 1-1 at the interval.

Horley Town came out second half and Tottenham soon found themselves 2-1 down and with a couple of injuries, it was necessary to make some changes, which freshened up the team.

Breen forced a fine save from the home keeper and from the resulting corner, Snell hit a superb volley that sailed just over the bar. Shadine Mars was given a rough ride by the Horley defence, but stuck to her task and showed real resilience by rounding the goal keeper and slotting home for the much deserved equaliser with only a few minutes left on the clock.

Team: Lacey Amato, Carly Snell, Kelly Herrett (c), Mel Berry, Kerry Daniells, Rosi Webb, Chanel Breen, Claire Singh, Geena Gordon (Kathleen Clifton), Katie Taylor (Jade Perrin), Shadine Mars
Unused subs: Jendayi Castillo, Ebony Heath

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Next week’s fixtures

SUNDAY 5th November 2006

First Team
Home to Petts Wood (London County Cup – Round 3)

Reserves
Home to Dagenham & Redbridge Reserves (GLRWFL – Reserve Division 1)

Under 15s
Home to Princes Park U15 (HCGFL – U15 Division 1)

Under 14 Whites
Home to Hemel Hempstead U14 (HCGFL – U14 Division 1)

Under 14 Blues
Home to Luton Town Belles U14 (HCGFL – U14 Division 1)

Under 13s
Away to Enfield Town Ladies U13 (HCGFL – U13 Division 1)

Under 12s
Away to Stevenage Borough Vixens U12 (HCGFL – U12 Division 1


SATURDAY 4th November 2006

U11 Blues
Away to Denham United U11 Panthers (HCGFL – U11 Division 1)

U11 Whites
Home to Luton Town Belles U11 (HCGFL – U11 Division 1)

U10 Whites
Away to Tottenham Hotspur Ladies U10 Blues (HCGFL – Chairman’s Cup semi-final)

U10 Blues
Home to Tottenham Hotspur Ladies U10 Whites (HCGFL – Chairman’s Cup semi-final)


Abbreviations

L&SEWRFL – PREM = LONDON & SOUTH-EAST WOMEN’S REGIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE – PREMIER DIVISION
GLRWFL = GREATER LONDON REGIONAL WOMEN’S FOOTBALL LEAGUE
HCGFL = HOME COUNTIES GIRL’S FOOTBALL LEAGUE