Five alive for ladies
Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) Football Club is located in North London. The club is also known as Spurs. Tottenham's home ground is White Hart Lane. The club motto is Audere est Facere (To dare is to do).
GREATER LONDON LADIES LEAGUE
Tottenham Hotspur Ladies 5-0 Redbridge Raiders
Spurs Ladies are starting to click into top gear with a second-successive convincing victory in the GLLL.
Soon playing against nine players due to injury, the visitors opted to pack out their defence and made it difficult for Spurs to break them down.
Zoella Freeman came close twice early on after shooting just wide and then hitting the post after good approach work from Gill Blackmore and Jenny Curtis.
Blackmore (pictured) opened the scoring on the half-hour after linking with Freeman, Curtis went close and just before the break both sides had a player sent off.
The second half followed a similar pattern to the first Lorraine Sparrow had a rare shot saved, Mo Cordes had a shot off the line and Cordes was then hacked down in the area for Siw Wiggen to despatch a penalty for 2-0.
Sparrow soon crossed for Freeman to make it 3-0, Cordes cracked home the fourth and in the final minute, Jackie Fearon made it five after latching onto Kim McGhee's pass.
Spurs Ladies: Hills, Herrett, Wiggen, Djoshkoun, Sparrow, Curtis, Fearon, Blackmore, Oshodi, Freeman, Theocharis. Subs: McGhee, Gardiner, Cordes.
THE UNDER-12s were beaten 5-0 by high-flying Hitchen Belles in the Herts Girls League.
THE UNDER-14s maintained their 10o per cent record in the HGL by hammering Stevenage Borough Juniors 8-2. Goals came from Sarah Green 2, Laura Govier 2, Chloe Lawrence 2, Gemma Coots and Gabriella Pierro.
THE FIRST team are back in GLLL action at Brimsdown Rovers on Sunday when Barnet Copthall are the visitors (2pm). The reserves take on Watford at Frederick Knight SG (2pm), the U15s travel to Watford, the U14s are home to QPR at Frederick Knight and the U12s travel to Hemel Hempstead (all 2pm).