Here are the latest batch of reports with thanks to Wyart Lane...
Saturday 25th February 2006
Tottenham Hotspur U10 Whites 3
Denham United Wildcats U10 0
After a sterile first half, Spurs Under-10 Whites stepped into overdrive to secure a 3-0 home victory against Denham Wildcats in the HGFL.
Georgia Miller got back to her goalscoring best with a brace of goals after a series of mazy runs. Evie Rose also scored an excellent half volley in the closing minutes to wrap up the league double against Denham.
Keeper Lauren Holman and Kathleen Jackson were both awarded Player of the Match for their solid performances.
Squad: Kitty Chapman, Kayla Miles, Rhiannon Bassett, Tara Sandford (c), Evie Rose, Georgia Miller, Christie Page, Jacqueline McLucas, Lauren Holman, Hannah Fenton-Burgess, Kathleen Jackson.
Tottenham Hotspur U10 Blues 1
Enfield Town Ladies U10 0
A tough local derby ended with Tottenham coming out with another three points after a single goal win.
Enfield gave their all and closed down the Blues players quickly, but failed to trouble keeper Naomi Coulson. The first half was tight, with just a couple of openings for Lulu Fox and in the second half, Spurs were playing the ball around patiently, when Phoebe Guiver found herself alone on the edge of the box and fired home the crucial winner.
The rest of the team worked hard to make sure Enfield had no opportunity to get back into the game and took the game to the visitors, but had to settle for the one goal.
Squad: Naomi Coulson, Molly Bartrip (c), Keegan Russell, Phoebe Guiver, Danielle Wheeler, Lulu Fox, Chloe Smith, Alison Woodward, Isabella Rueben-Crompton.
Tottenham Hotspur U11s 1
Hemel Aces U11s 0
Another in the long line of close encounters with Hemel saw Spurs run out narrow 1-0 winners.
Despite the Spurs goal being unthreatened until late in the second half when a shot whistled past the post, Tottenham found it hard to breach the Hemel defence.
A Tori Tripp drive rebounded back off the bar, but it took a neat move by Bobbi Cubberley to outwit her marker and then drill a shot past the Aces keeper to give Spurs the lead.
The second half saw Spurs have to face a Hemel side determined to get back into the game, but held firm and could have added to their lead had they taken their chances.
Squad: Lily-Anna Tyrimos, Shoshana Field, Vicki Blake, Hollie Watson, Katie Bell, Tianna Carrington, Marva Kreel, Bobbi Cubberley, Laura Newby, Tori Tripp, Amy Woff, Charlotte McLucas.
Sunday 26th February 2006
Tottenham Hotspur U11s 3
Chelmsford City U11s 0
Spurs took on Chelmsford City U11s who are second in their Essex League.
Starting brightly, the home side forced the pace and took the game to their visitors, who had some attacks that required strong defending from the Spurs girls. Vicki Blake hit a shot that was saved, but Katie Bell was on hand to net the rebound to give Tottenham the lead.
It was into the second half when Spurs got the second goal and it was a fine solo run from Tori Tripp that ended with an unstoppable shot. A good win was rounded off by BellÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s second goal, finishing off a neat move involving Cubberley and Tripp.
Squad: Lily-Anna Tyrimos, Shoshana Field, Vicki Blake, Hollie Watson, Katie Bell, Tianna Carrington, Marva Kreel, Bobbi Cubberley, Tori Tripp, Amy Woff, Charlotte McLucas, Laura Newby.
Northwood U12s 0
Tottenham Hotspur U12s 5
A good team performance gave Tottenham Hotspur Ladies Under-12s a sound win over Northwood.
Taylor OÃ¢â‚¬â„¢Leary put Spurs ahead in the 10th minute and then netted again in the 15th minute from a Nikki Hunnable cross.
The second half was two minutes old when Renata Inniss sent a searching ball through to Nikki Hunnable who converted it for a 3-0 lead. Daisy OÃ¢â‚¬â„¢Sullivan made a good save in the 10th minute of the half, just five minutes before Georgia Bruce threaded a ball through the Northwood defence for Inniss to score TottenhamÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s fourth goal.
An Olivia Keown challenge thwarted a Northwood attack and then Mills and Dean set up Inniss to take the ball to the right-hand side of the Northwood goal and hit the ball across the keeper in the 28th minute to complete a satisfying 5-0 victory.
Squad: Daisy OÃ¢â‚¬â„¢Sullivan, Olivia Keown (c), Harley Keenlyside, Shianne St. Louis, Katie Mills, Rosie Kmita, Molly Kmita, Ayse Mustafa, Hannah Lyons, Taylor OÃ¢â‚¬â„¢Leary, Renata Inniss, Georgia Bruce, Whitney Tango, Charlotte Dean, Nikki Hunnable.
Tottenham Hotspur U13 Whites 1
Luton Town Belles U13 0
Spurs Under-13s were pleased to emerge with a win and a clean sheet at the end of this game after letting in five last week.
Luton relied on the speed of their forwards and the defensive quartet of Laila El Haddad, Paige Barnard, ZoÃƒÂ« Jackson and Lucky Di Biasio had to keep their concentration in dealing with the lively front two.
Tottenham started slowly and were reliant on goalkeeper Sian Osmond just before half-time, saving bravely at the feet of a Luton forward. Chloe Gunn almost put Spurs ahead before the break but shot wide of the post.
Lindsey Cockle went close with a lob from distance, but the ball went just the wrong side of the post. However, soon afterwards Andrea Edobor created her own space and scored the only goal of the game, hitting the bottom left corner giving the goalkeeper no chance to save.
Squad: Nicola Davey, Sian Osmond, Jodie Fenn, Paige Barnard, ZoÃƒÂ« Jackson (c), Stephanie Smith, Lucky Di Biasio, Andrea Edobor, Chloe Gunn, Lindsey Cockle, Laila El Haddad, Tessa Osborne, Katie Goodland, Vanessa Hassans.
Harpenden U13s 4
Tottenham Hotspur U13 Blues 3
A see-saw clash with First Division Harpenden saw the Under-13 Blues slip to a narrow defeat.
The home side opened the scoring against the run of play, but Tayla GoodmanÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s cross-field ball to put Becky Shephard in for a shot at goal and although her first effort was saved, as was Ruby MarlowÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s follow-up, Shephard hit the back of the net with her second shot to equalise in the 31st minute.
Good defending and goalkeeping kept the score at 1-1, but a sharp start to the second half saw Harpenden score three goals, Spurs rallied to get back into the game with some good wing play from Alex Robinson, who nearly scored with a good shot and player of the match Stephanie Aves was instrumental in the comeback.
It was Shephard who scored her second goal in the 65th minute and Marlow who hit another three minutes later to force a grandstand finish, but Harpenden just about held on to win.
Squad: Megan Barsby, Grace Gilbey, Lotty Lovejoy-Crump, Olivia Rodney, Tayla Goodman, Alexandra Robinson, Stephanie Aves, Erin McGuire, Melika Edwards, Bansari Haria, Rosie Daly (c), Ruby Marlow, Kirsty Cunoosamy, Becky Shephard, Yasmin Hassan.
Tottenham Hotspur U14s 3
Watford Ladies U14s 1
The Under-14s put on their best performance of the season to defeat Watford Ladies FC 3-1 on Sunday in the HGFL.
Spurs fell behind in the fifth minute when Watford caught the Spurs defence leaden-footed.
However, Spurs battled back into the game and after 22 minutes were level when Toni Gillman split the Watford defence and finished coolly.
In the second half, Spurs up the tempo and took the game to Watford. After 55 minutes Spurs took the lead when an in-swinging Leesa Shields corner went directly into the goal. In the closing minutes of the game the alert Sophie Petros poked another Shields corner home from six yards.
The confident win helps Spurs move away from the relegation zone.
Squad: Ricole Vyse, Shikiera Richards-Lake, Hoshi Cooper-Hutchinson, Leesa Shields, Ryah Vyse, Alex Small, Sophie Petros, Stavroulla Panayiotou, Lauren Taylor-Marks, Rebecca Hunneyball, Bethany Hunter Scott, Hannah Davies, Toni Gillman, Durmush Ozner, Patrizia Leo, Charlie Newson-Archer.
Tottenham Hotspur Reserves 0
Harpenden Reserves 3
GREATER LONDON REGIONAL WOMENÃ¢â‚¬â„¢S FOOTBALL LEAGUE, RESERVE DIVISION ONE
Spurs Reserves closed their league season with a defeat by unbeaten Harpenden that echoed their first game of the season against the same side in the Sue Sharples Trophy.
Tottenham started brightly with Jessie Richards going close, but fell behind on the half-hour when a long ball was converted to give the visitors the lead.
Captain Mel Berry strode forward to strike a shot just over the top at the start of the second half, but two more breakaway goals sealed the three points for Harpenden, who top the league, with Spurs finishing in third place.
Team: Lisa McCabe, Dom Clarke, Jenny Curtis (Lauren Wedderburn), Athena Yennaris, Hannah Charman, Mel Berry (c), Lillie Chapman, Sam Garner (Andrea), Katie Taylor (Rebecca Andrews), Faye Callaway, Jessie Richards.
Georgia Miller netted twice and Evie Rose once as Tottenham Hotspur Ladies Under-10 Whites beat Denham Wildcats.