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Posted on 6 October 2009  - 12:00

Sasha Kelly grabbed four goals as it was far-from unlucky 13 for Tottenham Hotspur Ladies Reserves on Sunday.

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Sasha Kelly grabbed four goals as it was far-from unlucky 13 for Tottenham Hotspur Ladies Reserves on Sunday.

Her four-goal salvo included a hat-trick in the first half as the reserves beat British Airways 13-0 in the Greater London Regional League.

The team got off to a flying start against BA at Fred Knights with Kelly's (pictured right) first two goals, Charlotte Snow made it 3-0 before Kelly's third before the break.

The second half was one-way traffic as Spurs notched nine more goals with an Alex Small hat-trick, Fran Hussey (2), two more from Snow to complete her treble, one from Leesa Shields and another for Kelly.

Team: Ricole Vyse, Dom Clarke, Leesa Shields, Jenny Curtis, Kerry Daniells (Amanda O'Neill), Francesca Hussey, Dee Gilbert (Geena Gordon), Laura Gardiner, Sasha Kelly, Charlotte Snow, Alex Small.

Here are the rest of the weekend's reports with thanks, as always, to Wyart Lane...

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3

Enfield Rangers U10 0
Tottenham Hotspur U10 Whites 4
HCGFL - U10 DIVISION 1

Spurs Ladies Under-10 Whites team played some fine football as they overcame Enfield Rangers 4-0 in the HCGFL.

Sydney Fairs and Fayth James opened up the way for Tara Cully to put Tottenham into an early lead. Spurs survived a penalty awarded against them, which hit the post and was then cleared by keeper Lillian Irvine before Mia Farrell doubled the lead with a fine shot on a breakaway.

The second half saw Tottenham cause problems with Cully a permanent threat - she scored her second and this was quickly followed by Farrell's second to put Spurs into an unassailable 4-0 lead, which they held until the end.

Squad: Lillian Irvine, Sydney Fairs, Mia Farrell, Fayth James, Georgia Keywood, Stephanie Kypri, Shania Mogridge, Isabel Philips, Tara Cully, Maisie Ryan, Amelia Shiner

Tottenham Hotspur U10 Blues 2
Denham United U10 0
HCGFL - U10 DIVISION 1

A first win for the Tottenham Hotspur Ladies Under-10 Blues side was secured with two first half goals against Denham United.

The HCGFL match opened with Spurs on the attack and continued in the same vein for much of the game. An early penalty was hit too high by Gemma Biggadike, but she fired home a later free-kick to give Spurs a 1-0 half-time lead.

Into the second half, Spurs took advantage of the kick-off and with a pass from the first scorer, the ball was lined up for captain Tegan Burling to smash home the second Tottenham goal. Some good late defending by Tila Lawton and keeping from Ebony Eldridge made sure Spurs Ladies put their first points of the season against their name.

Squad: Alliyah McDonnell, Amy Nash, Hannah Grafton, Leah Grafton, Tegan Burling (c), Gemma Biggadike, Ebony Eldridge, Kelsey Smith, Tila Lawton.

Tottenham Hotspur U11 Blues 5
Luton Town U11 0

HCGFL - U11 DIVISION 1

A big win over Luton Town gave Spurs Ladies Under-11 Blues their first points of the HCGFL season.

Parris Williams nearly scored inside the first few moments of the game, but the impressive Luton keeper made the first of a string of good saves. However, it wasn't long before a powerful run from the halfway line by Emily Tracey (pictured below) ended with a shot into the net. A neat pass by Tayla Jackson set up Tracey for a similar shot to make it 2-0 and Spurs got a third goal with Lola Grieve scoring her first goal for the club with a shot from just inside the Luton half.

Spurs continued to pressure the Luton goal in the second half, with Jackson striking the ball past the keeper after a pass from Lois Pennington and the win was rounded off by Tracey completing her hat-trick from a corner.

Squad: Parris Williams, Charlotte Cummings, Lois Pennington, Chloe O'Reilly, Lola Grieve, Maia Wallace-Loizou, Tayla Jackson, Emily Tracey.


Emily Tracey

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4

Denham United U13 3
Tottenham Hotspur U13 1
HCGFL - U13 DIVISION 1

A lack-lustre performance by the Spurs Ladies Under-13s was punished by an alert and solid Denham United side, who won 3-1 in the HCGFL.

Spurs slipped behind when Denham took advantage of some slow play by Tottenham to take the lead after six minutes. However, Izzie Reuben-Crompton struck an equaliser from a free-kick, powered past the Denham defence from the edge of the penalty box.

The game became condensed into the midfield third, but Denham's closing down paid off with two late goals to leave the team disappointed on their way home from Uxbridge.

Squad: Kitty Chapman, Jenny Hunnable, Natasha Smits, Emma Lee (c), Evie Rose, Tia Fogarty, Rachel Hands, Tara Sandford, Maya Vio, Emma Tammaro, Poppy Bennett, Georgia Fairs, Christie Page, Maddie Sollof.

Tottenham Hotspur U16 Whites 5
Fairlands Youth U16 0
HCGFL - UNDER-16 DIVISION 1

Although not at the top of their form, the THLFC Under-16s put five goals past an unadventurous Fairlands Youth team.

A 35th-minute goal from Phoebe Eshen after a good piece of work by Shauna Magner on the right wing, put Tottenham ahead and then Siobhan Wilson created a chance that Siobhan Jones netted for 2-0.

After the break, a well-timed run by Latoya Bailey was picked out by Charlotte Dean and a cool finish made it 3-0, with the gap widening five minutes form time when Nikki Hunnable controlled a cleared corner and volleyed it back past the Fairlands keeper. The game ended 5-0 with a late Rosie Kmita goal, which was well finished after being played through by Iris Isok and the captain led the team to protect their 100% record.

Squad: Angela McCann, Mollie Kmita, Rosie Kmita (c), Harley Keenlyside, Danielle Hayes, Iris Isok, Charlotte Dean, Ayse Mustafa, Latoya Bailey, Phoebe Eshen, Shauna Magner, Nikki Hunnable, Siobhan Jones, Siobhan Wilson.

ELSEWHERE...

The Third Team racked up another big win with a 10-1 scoreline away at Garston Thirds, while the Under-14s beat Cheshunt Youth in the HCGFL 4-0 at Fred Knights on Sunday, although the Under-12s lost out 0-3 to Enfield Town at home in their league meeting.