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LADIES UPDATE

Posted on 12 November 2005  - 12:00

Round Up of all the Ladies teams...

Round Up of all the Ladies teams...

Tottenham Hotspur Ladies 2, Woking 2

L&SERFL, Premier Division

Despite holding the lead twice, Spurs had to settle for a 2-2 draw with Woking in the L&SERL on Sunday.

Spurs started brightly and were ahead as early as the fourth minute when Rosi Webb latched onto a through ball. However, Woking came back into the game and caught Spurs on the break with an equaliser just before the break.

With the conditions in their favour, Spurs took the game to Woking at the start of the second half and took the lead again when a Rochelle Alexandra header was deflected by a Woking player in their own net. With 14 minutes to go, Woking drew level when they took an advantage of a Spurs defensive lapse to leave the final score at 2-2.

Team: Laura May, Mary Griffiths, Rochelle Alexandra, Kelly Herrett (c), Carly Snell, Jenny Homer (Jade Perrin), Di Gardiner, Jenna Brailey, Samrawit Bereket (Chanelle Breen), Rosi Webb, Sarah Green. Unused Subs: Katie Wilde, Colette McAllister, Claire Smith.

Saturday 5th November 2005

Tottenham Hotspur U11s 1, Enfield Town Ladies U11s 2

Herts Girls League

A well-contested match between two unbeaten sides was decided by a second half penalty.

The top two sides in the Herts. Girl’s Football League met with everything to play for and Spurs took the lead when a long-range Vicki Blake (pictured left) shot that deceived the keeper.

Into the second half, Enfield stepped up the pressure and with a scrambled goal from a corner pulled level, before a spot-kick for handball saw keeper Lily-Anna Tyrimos get to the ball, but she was unable to keep it out and it was enough to deny Spurs a point.

Squad: Tyrimos, Field, Blake, Watson, Bell, Carrington, Kreel, Cubberley, Newby, Tripp, Woff, C. McLucas.

Luton Town Belles U10 1, Tottenham Hotspur U10 Whites 4

Herts Girls League

Despite an early goal and some good passing football, second place Spurs fell to Luton Town Belles, who were third.

Tara Sandford opened up the Belles defence and her shot was saved, but Hannah Fenton-Burgess was on hand to convert the rebound. Luton hit back with two opportunist goals before the break and even though Tottenham continued to press forward, they were caught on the break twice more before the end.

Squad: K. Chapman, Miles, Bassett, Sandford (c), E. Rose, G. Miller, Fenton-Burgess, Page, K. Jackson, J. McLucas.

Sunday 6th November 2005

Tottenham Hotspur U12s 6, Northwood U12s 3

Herts Girls League

Two goals conceded in the final five minutes took a little bit of the shine off this HGFL win by the Spurs Under-12s.

Northwood had taken a shock lead before two goals from Whitney Tango and a third from Renata Inniss put Tottenham ahead 3-1 at the interval.

In the second half, that lead was extended with Tango completing her treble, Ayse Mustafa hitting a fine shot and Molly Kmita scoring her first Spurs goal. However, some lapses in defence let the visitors in for two late goals to close the margin to 6-3.

Squad: O’Sullivan, Mills, Mustafa, Keown, St. Louis, R. Kmita, M. Kmita, Keenlyside, O’Leary, G. Bruce, Dean, Inniss, Hunnable, Tango.

Enfield Town Ladies 2, Tottenham Hotspur U13 Whites 2

Herts Girls League

A game that was played in driving rain, saw Spurs Under-13s come back from 0-2 down to grab a draw.

A breakaway goal gave Enfield an early lead, but Spurs hit back until an injury to Zoë Jackson meant a reshuffle in the side. Another Enfield goal, this time early in the second half gave them a 2-0 lead, but with a determination never to give in, Spurs started to come back into the match as Lindsey Cockle stroked the ball home, despite claims for offside and Leasha Ngotho came very close to scoring on her debut when she hit the post. The mounting pressure paid off, when an Andrea Edobor corner picked out Rhiannon Kelly, who headed home a late Tottenham equaliser.

Squad: Davey, Osmond, Barnard, Z. Jackson (c), Fenn, Goodland, Di Biasio, El Haddad, Smith, Gunn, Ngotho, Edobor, Cockle, Kelly.

Tottenham Hotspur U14s 2, Bedwell Rangers U14 3

Herts Girls League

A second half comeback by Bedwell Rangers robbed Spurs of the points in this encounter played in wind and rain.

Lauren Taylor-Marks had prodded home a Leesa Shields free-kick and Patrizia Leo drove in a second to put Tottenham two up at the break.

Playing into the wind, Spurs found the going tough in the second period and three unanswered goals left them without anything to show for their endeavours.

Team: Ricole Vyse, Shields, Ryah Vyse, Richards-Lake, Dutch, Hunneyball, Leo, Panayiotou, Petros, Taylor-Marks, Small.

Sunday October 30

Whitehawk 3, Tottenham Hotspur Ladies 1

L&SERFL  PREMIER DIVISION

Spurs can count themselves unfortunate in slipping to a 1-3 defeat to an older and more physical Whitehawk side in the L&SERL last Sunday.

Spurs started slowly and fell behind in the eighth minute to a header from a Whitehawk free-kick. The young Spurs team battled back and were rewarded with an equaliser when Jenna Brailey (pictured left), who was carried off shortly afterwards, touched a Sarah Green corner home.

After the break, Spurs played solidly for the opening 15 minutes before Whitehawk regained the lead after an 18-yard half volley was swung into the top corner.

With 15 minutes remaining, the referee harshly judged that full back Carly Snell handled the ball and former Arsenal stalwart Angela Banks converted the resulting spot-kick.

Team: Laura May, Mary Griffiths, Rochelle Alexandra, Kelly Herrett (c), Carly Snell, Jenny Homer, Di Gardiner, Jenna Brailey (Chanelle Breen [Jade Perrin]), Samrawit Bereket (Collette McAllister), Rosi Webb, Sarah Green. Subs: Katie Wilde, Claire Smith.

Sunday October 30

West Ham Youth 1, Tottenham Hotspur Reserves 1
GREATER LONDON REGIONAL WOMEN’S FOOTBALL LEAGUE  RESERVE DIVISION 1

Spurs Reserves travelled to East London to meet West Ham Youth and came away disappointed with the single point they gained.

Tottenham started brightly and Gill Blackmore, in an unaccustomed forward role, had two chances and a goal disallowed.

With the second half wind in the Spurs faces, it worked to their advantage when Dom Clarke’s free-kick dropped for Faye Callaway to fire a shot over the bar. Callaway also had a shot cleared off the line, before Clarke's free-kick routine worked, with Kerry Daniells on the end of it to steer the ball home to give Tottenham the lead.

West Ham tried to get back into the game and Lisa McCabe pulled off a number of good saves to deny them an equaliser until the home side broke away and netted to pull the final score back to 1-1.

Team: Lisa McCabe, Dom Clarke, Jenny Curtis, Athena Yennaris, Kerry Daniells, Mel Berry, Lillie Chapman, Hannah Charman, Sam Garner, Gill Blackmore (c), Faye Callaway. Unused subs: Sarah Hocking, Katie Taylor, Lizzie De Asha, Lauren Wedderburn

Saturday October 29

Garston Ladies U10 1, Tottenham Hotspur U10 Whites 6

Herts Girls League

Georgia Miller finished off four super goals as the Under 10 Whites maintained their unbeaten league run against Garston Ladies with a 6-1 victory.

Either side of Georgia's four goals, captain Tara Sandford and Hannah Fenton-Burgess grabbed the first and last goals respectively.

Kathleen Jackson was joint Player of the Match with Georgia Miller for a solid performance in the Spurs midfield/defence.

Squad: K. Chapman, Miles, K. Jackson, Bassett, Sandford (c), E. Rose, G. Miller, Fenton-Burgess, Page. J. McLucas

Tottenham Hotspur U10 Blues 7, Buntingford Cougars U10 0

HGFL

Danielle Wheeler hit a hat trick as Spurs put on a great passing display against Buntingford Cougars in the HGFL.

A two-goal burst from Wheeler and goals from Chloe Smith and Lulu Fox gave Spurs a 4-0 half-time lead, but in the second half, turned on a fine performance to keep the pressure on the Cougars goal.

With the ball being played well out fo defence, Smith scored a second and captain Molly Bartrip hit a trademark drive in to make it 6-0, with Wheeler’s third wrapping up another three points to keep them top of the table.

Squad: Coulson, Bartrip (c), Russell, Guiver, Wheeler, Fox, Chloe Smith, Hastings-Wood, K. Jackson

Luton Town Belles U11s 0, Tottenham Hotspur U11s 5

HGFL

Spurs took the points at Luton with a very good display that kept the home side busy the whole match.

Charlotte McLucas’ shot gave Spurs the lead and then Laura Newby’s throw-in gave Vicki Blake the opportunity to slot the ball past the Belles goalie to make it 2-0. Just before half time a good move created Tori Tripp’s shot for the third goal.

The second half saw Tottenham maintain the pressure with Amy Woff’s shot striking a post, but Laura Newby’s brace sealed a win that leaves the side’s 100% record intact.

Squad: Tyrimos, Field, Blake, Watson, C. McLucas, Carrington, Kreel, Cubberley, Newby, Tripp, Woff.

Sunday 30th October 2005

Tottenham Hotspur U12s 8, Hatfield Legion Belles U12s 0

HGFL

Spurs eased past Hatfield Legion Belles to keep their unbeaten record in the Hertfordshire Girls Football League.

Georgia Bruce opened the scoring after two minutes and three minutes later, Ayse Mustafa increased the tally to 2-0. Two more goals in five minutes by Renata Inniss took the score to 4-0 before the half-time whistle.

Inniss (pictured right) lobbed the Belles keeper two minutes into the second half and a minute later, Whitney Tango hit a long range shot from outside the penalty area to extend Spurs lead to 6-0. Further goals from Tango and O’Leary within three minutes took Spurs to a final score of 8-0 against a valiant Belles side.

Squad: O’Leary, Mustafa, Keown, Keenlyside, St. Louis, Lyons, Inniss, Hunnable, G. Bruce, Tango, Dean, M. Kmita, R. Kmita, Mills.

Harvesters U14 3, Tottenham Hotspur U14s 0

HGFL

Spurs Under-14s lost out to a Harvesters side on a good run in the Hertfordshire Girl’s Football League at the moment.

Despite a determined effort, the Spurs side could not break down the home side and were hit for three goals in a game where the score-line did not really reflect the way the girls played.

Squad: Ricole Vyse, Cooper-Hutchinson, Richards-Lake, Shields, Dutch, Ryah Vyse, Panayiotou, Hunte, Small, Petros, Taylor-Marks, Leo, Hunneyball.

With thanks to Wyart Lane...