Only three Spurs Ladies games managed to survive the weather at the weekend, all on the Saturday in the younger age groups.
There were victories for both Under-11 sides and an impressive win for the Under-10 Blues, who could only field five players in their game at Denham United.
But two goals from Gemma Biggadike and a fine performance from Tila Lawton in goal resulted in a heroic display from a side hit by injuries and absence.
It was the same scoreline for the Under-11 Blues (pictured) in a victory at Enfield Town B which takes them third in the table.
An Emily Stacey penalty was followed by Seren Ahmet's second half strike as a re-shaped team took all three points.
And the Under-11 Whites made it a full house of victories with a 3-2 win at Harvesters - although the game could have been more comfortable than the scoreline suggests.
First half goals from Immy Lancaster, Flo Donald and Rosie Johnson gave Spurs a 3-0 half-time lead, but it made for a nervy second half when the hosts hit back with two of their own after the break.
Nonetheless, the girls held on for the three points that keeps them top of the pile in their age group.