For the second year running, Spurs Ladies went out of the Women's FA Cup to fellow FA South East Combination side Northampton Town LFC with a 1-0 home defeat.
Despite going into the break with the scores level, the visitors switched into gear and went ahead with a shot into the top right hand corner after only 76 seconds of the second half.
However, Spurs did up the tempo with Jenna Schillaci supplying numerous good crosses from the left late in the game, which unfortunately couldn't be converted.
But a solid team performance by from the Reserves saw them run up their second consecutive 7-0 win, this time with Hillingdon Ladies their victims.
Kirsten Shaw and Dee Gilbert helped themselves to two goals each, with Leesa Shields, Kerry Daniells and Ebony Heath also getting on the scoresheet.
The Third team suffered their first defeat of the season at home to Luton Town, losing 3-2 despite coming from behind twice with goals from Becky Shephard and Marit Undheim.
A rampant Under-15 side swept away Harvesters with an 11-0 victory, thanks mainly to Sophie Gardiner (pictured) and Bobbi Cubberley both netting hat-tricks.
The Under-11 Blues got their revenge on St Albans City Youth with a 2-1 win just a fortnight after suffering a 2-0 reverse. An Emily Stacey double was enough to seal the points.
And a four-goal haul from Ronell Humes helped the Under-11 Whites to an 8-1 win at Enfield Town B.