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Rosi Webb bagged another hat-trick as Tottenham Hotspur Ladies beat Ebbsfleet United 4-0 on Sunday.

Rosi Webb bagged another hat-trick as Tottenham Hotspur Ladies beat Ebbsfleet United 4-0 on Sunday.

Here are all the latest reports with thanks as always to Wyart Lane...


Tottenham Hotspur Ladies 4
Ebbsfleet United 0

Rosi Webb’s rich goalscoring run continued with a hat-trick as Spurs easily saw off the challenge from Ebbsfleet United to move second in the table.

A first half strike from a Dom Clarke free-kick gave Spurs the lead, but in the second half, Webb (pictured right) netted coolly after Faye Callaway’s pass cut open the defence and coming after a contentious disallowed goal for the visitors.

After this Ebbsfleet lost their discipline with two players being booked and a penalty conceded when the keeper hauled Webb down. Mel Berry stepped up to bury the spot-kick and Webb was freed by Gill Blackmore to fire home for her third and Tottenham’s fourth as their good league form continues.

Squad: Lacey Amato, Dom Clarke, Athena Yennaris, Kerry Daniells (Hannah Charman), Kelly Herrett, Gill Blackmore, Mel Berry, Jessie Richards, Rosi Webb, Faye Callaway (Jenny Curtis), Claire Singh (Samrawit Bereket). Unused subs: Kat Clifton.


Tottenham Hotspur U10s 0
QPR U10 7

A fine performance by THLFC Under-10 keeper Renee Lamy could not deny QPR their unbeaten record in the HCGFL.

Despite keeping the score down to 0-1 into the second half, Rangers got stronger as the second half went on and ran in six more goals, but Spurs were more than a match for them up until the second goal went in, with Melody Jones showing a great attitude in covering a lot of ground as the team chased the visitors.

Squad: Renee Lamy, Jacqueline McLucas, Ronelle Humes, Megan Jones, Ellis Lunn, Chloe Tunnicliffe, Alice Simmonds, Rebecca Mills, Alice Simmonds, Molly Bassett.

Luton Town U11 2
Tottenham Hotspur U11 Blues 0

Luton Town Under-11s took the points in this meeting in the HCGFL, as the Tottenham Under-11 Whites put in a performance that was a pale imitation of their recent games.

Losing out, the girls seemed to have a seriously off day, they did keep going to the end, but their play did not reflect how they can play.

Squad: Danielle Charles, Tyra Poole, Tara Sandford, Georgia Fairs, Poppy Bennett, Maya Vio, Emma Tammaro, Shannon Shacklock, Christie Page, Lily Farakish.

Tottenham Hotspur U11 Whites 2
Denham United U11 A 0

The Under 11 Whites were made to fight all the way against a resilient Denham United Ladies FC before finally securing a 2-0 victory.

Spurs looked the livelier of the two sides in the early stages, creating a number of chances that narrowly missed the Denham goal. Spurs eventually took the lead when a thunderous strike from Tasha Smits from 25 yards whistled low past the Denham keeper.

The second half saw Spurs continue to pressure, but they were always mindful of Denham's strong counter attacking. Both sides hit the woodwork before Hannah Fenton Burgess sealed the victory with a tap-in at the far post following a strong run down the right by the ever improving Tia Fogarty.

Squad: Kitty Chapman, Jenny Hunnable, Natasha Smits, Georgia Sanders, Emma Lee, Evie Rose, Isabella Rueben-Crompton, Tia Fogarty, Hannah Fenton-Burgess, Rachel Hands.


Harpenden U12 Blues 0
Tottenham Hotspur U12 Blues 6

Another impressive showing by the Spurs Ladies Under-12 Blues against the packed defence of Harpenden extended their unbeaten run in the league.

It was Chloe Smith who opened the scoring, after 16 minutes, with a second following quickly after when Louisa Fox shot home, as the chances came thick and fast against the massed ranks of the Harpenden defence.

After the sides had turned around, Hannah Mills hit a fierce shot for the third Tottenham goal, then Phoebe Guiver struck twice and Smith grabbed her second to round off a 13th game without defeat for Paul Fox’s side as they stay at the top of the league, as they show increasingly mature performances with each passing week.

Squad: Naomi Coulson, Alison Woodward, Jemma McCarthy, Monique Thompson, Sam Delves, Phoebe Guiver (c), Georgia Miller, Louisa Fox, Hannah Mills, Amy Runciman, Chloe Smith.

Buckden Girls U13 0
Tottenham Hotspur U13 2

With a run going back to the second game of the season, Spurs Ladies U13 team hit the top of the table with a 2-0 win at Buckden Girls.

The small pitch and blustery conditions did not help the Tottenham team, but they knuckled down to produce a hard-earned win which is becoming a pleasing aspect of their development.

Despite controlling the early stages, it was only after 15 minutes, when Bobbi Cubberley freed Tori Trip to hit a shot that put Tottenham ahead. Chance after chance was made, but the Buckden keeper stood between the Spurs players and the second goal, but following a goalmouth scramble, Cubberley was on hand to knock the ball in to extend the lead.

The second half saw Buckden push to get back into the game and Lily-Anna Tyrimos had to make a sharp save, but the outfield players spent most of the half playing towards the hosts goal, but they could not score again and settled for the valuable three points.

Squad: Lily-Anna Tyrimos, Hollie Watson, Shoshana Field, Rebecca Dowling, Alexa Rangecroft, Tori Tripp, Lydia Maher, Charlotte McLucas, Blerta Berisha, Saskia Collins, Vicki Blake, Tianna Carrington, Laura Newby, Bobbi Cubberley, Nina Pontes.

Tottenham Hotspur U14 3
Enfield Town U14 2

An exciting local derby with Enfield Town saw Spurs Ladies U14s edge the match 3-2 at Fred Knights.

A lead was given to Tottenham when striker Laura Smith hit a rocket of a shot that the keeper was not able to keep out and the score stayed the same until just after the interval. A minute had passed and the Enfield keeper saved well fro Molly Kmita, but Siobhan Jones’ corner was fired in by Whitney Tango to make it 2-0.

Just four minutes later and Enfield striker blazed a shot in to make it 2-1, but five minutes after Ayse Mustafa and Rosie Kmita linked to provide Jones with the opening to hit the Spurs third goal. From a late corner, following a fine save by Daisy O’Sullivan, Enfield grabbed a goal back, but could not force an equaliser thanks to some fine defending by the Tottenham players.

Squad: Daisy O’Sullivan, Shianne St. Louis, Rosie Kmita, Molly Kmita, Harley Keenlyside, Katie Mills, Hannah Lyons, Ayse Mustafa, Taylor O’Leary, Siobhan Jones, Charlotte Dean, Nikki Hunnable, Whitney Tango, Laura Smith.

Tottenham Hotspur U15 Blues 1
Cambridge City U15 5

A patched up Spurs U15 Blues side, without their regular keeper, did well to battle with Cambridge City for the majority of the match.

Only two late goals by the Cambridge side gave the score-line an uneven look, but Tottenham did well to keep the opposition at bay with stand-in keeper Tayla Goodman making several good saves.

Spurs also proved troublesome to the City defence and scored a well-taken goal through striker Eleanda Taladianou but the visitors kept going until the end and ended up 5-1 winners.

Squad: Tayla Goodman, Loren Hynes, Rosie Daly, Olivia Keown, Leanne Simmons, Georgina Robertson, Lotty Lovejoy-Crump, Sinead Makins, Kirsty Cunoosamy, Chloe Kraemer, Jessie Donnelly, Ebony Clarke, Eleanda Taladianou, Ruby Marlow.

Tottenham Hotspur U16 2
QPR U16 1

A gritty performance in the face of a strong wind saw Spurs edge out Queens Park Rangers in a tightly fought HCGFL match at Fred Knights.

Some neat passing opened up the left wing for Stavroulla Panayiotou to cross for Alex Small to dive in and score a great header to put Tottenham ahead.

Another Small goal, this time a well taken shot across the keeper from a narrow angle on the right, doubled the lead before the break.

With the wind favouring QPR in the second half, Spurs produced a determined rearguard performance to keep the visiting side out until they eventually broke through near the end, but they could not force a leveller, leaving Spurs with the three points.

Team: Ricole Vyse, Victoria Matthews, Leesa Shields, Shikiera Richards-Lake, Charlie Newson-Archer (Natalie Howard), Ryah Vyse (c), Sophie Petros, Rebecca Hunneyball, Stavroulla Panayiotou, Alex Small, Becky Shephard.

Tottenham Hotspur Ladies Reserves 1
Dynamo North London 3

It was a third dose of cup misery for the Spurs Ladies Reserves as they suffered a League Cup KO at the hands of Dynamo North London.

An early goal set Spurs back, but they continued to battle away and the introduction of Hayley Graham sparked a goal when Natalie Arbuckle lobbed the visiting keeper to draw Tottenham level.

Unfortunately the joy did not last long, as a shot across the six yard box was saved by Lisa McCabe, but the rebound was prodded in to give Dynamo the lead. With Spurs finding it hard to keep the ball on the floor, the play favoured the opposition, who hit a late third with a rising shot from 20 yards out, leaving Tottenham to concentrate on their league campaign.

Team: Lisa McCabe, Ebony Heath, Mary Griffiths, Louise van Hamme (c), Lizzie De Asha, Katie Taylor (Hayley Graham), Sam Garner, Laura Allen (Charley Sandford), Sarah Mair, Fiona Butterfield, Natalie Arbuckle (Jade Perrin).


Tottenham Hotspur U12 Blues 6
Tottenham Hotspur U12 Whites 0

Two early goals from Jessica Johnson threw this game between Under-12 club-mates – the Whites and the Blues – with the Blues going on to a hard-fought win.

The Whites showed that they have made great strides this season, but on the day, the Blues played some fine passing football to record their 17th game unbeaten this season.

Johnson completed her hat-trick before half time and Spurs U12 Blues added further goals from two fine Louisa Fox strikes and a typically well-timed run and shot from Chloe Smith to stretch their lead at the top of the league, with the Whites hoping that quality of their performance will help them fare better against other opponents.

Blues Squad : - Naomi Coulson, Sam Delves, Jemma McCarthy, Monique Thompson, Alison Woodward, Phoebe Guiver (c), Amy Runciman, Jess Johnson, Georgia Miller, Louisa Fox, Chloe Smith.

Whites Squad : - Lauren Holman, Rhiannon Bassett, Carly Mackey, Kathleen Jackson, Rachel Brier, Louise Waldock, Kiki Christofi, Claire Clough, Holly Dooling, Lucia Ferrari, Melody Jones, Alisha Michaels, Shakira Waithe, Emma Tammaro, Poppy Bennett, Karla Simpson.

St. Martins U14 0
Tottenham Hotspur U14 3

Spurs Ladies Under-14s were indebted to some good saves from Daisy O’Sullivan and some good finishing to record their fourth straight win to go top of the table.

Renata Inniss had already rattled the crossbar before Whitney Tango turned her marker to bury her shot and make it 1-0 to Spurs.

After the break, St. Martins pressed hard for an equaliser, but the Spurs keeper and defence did well to keep them out and Tango pounced to net a second after the keeper stopped her initial effort. The home goalie did well to stop Tottenham adding to their total, but when Inniss hit a long range shot that she could only parry, Laura Smith was on hand to put the ball away and seal the 3-0 win.

Squad: Daisy O’Sullivan, Katie Mills, Shianne St. Louis, Charlotte Dean, Harley Keenlyside, Hannah Lyons, Renata Inniss, Taylor O’Leary, Siobhan Jones, Nikki Hunnable, Whitney Tango, Laura Smith.

Hampstead 0
Tottenham Hotspur Ladies Reserves 6

The THLFC Reserves league first game for two months saw them repeat their win over the same opponents, but doubling the score.

The main thorn in the side of the Hampstead team was Natalie Arbuckle, who netted four times, but it was Fiona Butterfield who opened the scoring with a neat chip and then grabbed a third between two Arbuckle goals to see Spurs change ends with a 4-0 lead.

Into the second half, Arbuckle powered through to seal a hat-trick and then hit s shot on the turn for her fourth, with 20 minutes still to play.

Unfortunately, Tottenham lost some of their shape in these closing stages, but after two big cup defeats, the win was most welcome, as they are well-placed in third.

Team: Lisa McCabe, Ebony Heath, Mary Griffiths, Louise van Hamme, Katie Taylor (Charley Sandford), Sam Garner, Laura Allen, Sarah Mair, Chanel Breen, Fiona Butterfield, Natalie Arbuckle.

Horley Town 0
Tottenham Hotspur Ladies 5

After last week’s disappointing London Cup exit, the Spurs Ladies First team bounced back with a fine league win, which takes them into third place.

Some clinical finishing saw them through against Horley Town, with in form striker Rosi Webb converting one of many chances in the first half to put Spurs ahead.

It only took 57 seconds of the second half for Webb to double her haul, benefiting from a good advantage played by the ref and after Lacey Amato had kept Horley out at the other end, Webb completed her hat-trick with a neat finish.

With 18 minutes of the second half gone, Jessie Richards raced through to make it 4-0 and a late goal from Faye Callaway rounded off the victory with a fierce shot.

Squad: Lacey Amato, Dom Clarke, Kelly Herrett, Mel Berry, Kerry Daniells (Hannah Charman), Claire Singh, Gill Blackmore, Faye Callaway, Kat Clifton, Jessie Richards (Hayley Graham), Rosi Webb (Jenny Curtis)
Unused sub : - Athena Yennaris.