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Posted on 30 March 2009  - 12:00

The highlight of the weekend's action came as the Under-11s lifted the London FA Youth Cup after an extra-time victory over Crystal Palace.

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The highlight of the weekend's action came as the Under-11s lifted the London FA Youth Cup after an extra-time victory over Crystal Palace.

Despite going a goal behind within a minute of kick-off, the girls recovered to find an equaliser through Ellis Lunn.

And although Palace restored their lead just before half-time, they put through their own net after the break to send the game into extra time with scores level.

Step up Ronell Humes (pictured), who put in a starring role with two goals during the added half hour that brought the trophy back to Spurs for the first time in four years.

Elsewhere, there was further cup success for the Under-14s as they progressed to the semi-finals of the HCGF League Cup with a 4-1 victory over Belmont United.

Goals came from Lydia Maher, Bobbi Cubberley, Laura Newby and Blerta Berisha.

The Under-12s are also through to the semi-finals of their version of the competition after a 3-2 home win against St Martins.

Strikes from Maya Vio, Rachel Hands and Issabella Reuben-Crompton put Spurs 3-0 up before a late rally from the visitors, which ultimately wasn't enough.

It looked as if the Reserve side would continue a successful weekend for the Spurs Ladies when they took the lead through Sophie Jackson after about five minutes.

However, an equaliser on the half hour mark and a controversial winner with a Spurs player down injured gave K.I.K.K a home victory.

The Under-10 Blues could not live up to their recent good form as they were beaten 2-0 at Hampstead, while league leaders QPR put the Under-13s to the sword with a 6-1 win.

In other games this weekend ; -

The First Team crashed 9-0 in their last home game of the season to title-chasing Luton Town.

The Under-10 Whites lost 2-0 away to Harvesters, while the Under-16 Whites also went down 3-0 to Watford Ladies.

In the HCGFL Cup quarter final, the Under-15s were given a walkover against Letchworth Garden City Eagles to progress to the semis.