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Posted on 15 March 2010  - 12:00

The Under-16s threw the title race in their division wide open with a crucial 2-1 win at leaders Luton Town on Sunday.

Ladies latest

The Under-16s threw the title race in their division wide open with a crucial 2-1 win at leaders Luton Town on Sunday.

And they had to come from behind to do it after the hosts took the lead, before Spurs captain Molly Kmita found an equaliser.

The winner came in dramatic fashion in the final minute thanks to a Nikki Hunnable strike which gives the girls a great chance of overturning the Bedfordshire side's lead at the top of the table with games in hand.

There were also impressive away victories for both Under-11 sides and the Under-10 Blues on Saturday.

The Under-11 Blues were the pick of the bunch with an 8-1 victory at Whetstone Wanderers. Tayla Jackson (pictured), hit a hat-trick in that game.

In other games this weekend, the First Team continued their good form with a 3-0 home win over Northampton Town, but the Reserves lost out to the only goal of the game against MSA Ladies.

The Thirds were given a walkover when London United failed to raise a team and the Under-15s were awarded a Group C HCGFL League Cup win when Hitchin Hearts Belles could not put out a side.

Enfield Rangers beat our Under-12s in a league match with the odd goal in seven and the Under-10 Whites recorded a home 2-0 HCGFL victory over Luton Town.

The Under-14s, meanwhile, played out an entertaining, yet ultimately disappointing, 3-3 draw at Headstone Manor.