The Spurs Ladies first team game with Welwyn Garden City was postponed, so the Reserves took centre stage over the weekend and did not disappoint.
A good team performance saw off Hillingdon Ladies. Carly Williams opened the scoring five minutes into the second half, and although Dee Gilbert saw a penalty saved, this only stemmed the tide for a short while as Fiona Butterfield put the result beyond doubt late on.
A sound performance from the Under-16s saw them emerge from their meeting with Harvesters as 4-0 winners in the Home Counties League.
Goals from Phoebe Eshen (pictured), Latoya Bailey and Rosie Kmita made it 3-0 by half-time, before Nikki Hunnable made it four just after the hour mark.
A score-line of 5-0 was tough on a solid Belmont United team, but better finishing from the Under-15s earned them the points in this encounter.
Lydia Maher netted twice early on and Sarah Brennan made it three before half-time. Blerta Berisha and Katie Fray struck further goals in the second half.
The Under-13s won their first away game of the season by another 5-0 scoreline to beat 2008-2009 Middlesex league double winners Brentford.
Maya Vio opened the scoring after 15 minutes, Poppy Bennett drilled home a second, Tara Sandford made it three on 32 minutes, and after Brentford looked to hit back after the break, Vio netted her second of the match before Maddie Sollof rounded off the scoring.
A first 11-a-side league game for the Under-12s saw them run out 6-0 winners over Enfield Rangers.
Elle Baptiste converted the opener after a goal-mouth scramble, Ronell Humes burst through to net a second and also struck after the break to make it three. Ellis Lunn made it four before Humes completed her hat-trick, and Lunn got her second late on to make it six.
In other games this weekend, the Third team won their second out of three games with a 3-2 away win coming against Wingate & Finchley Reserves in the Greater London Regional Women's Football League Division 3 North.
The Under-14s were defeated 2-1 on their trip to Crawley Green in the Home Counties Girls Football League, and Hampstead sides got the better of both our Under-11 and Under-10 sides with 2-0 victories