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Tottenham Hotspur Ladies FC Under-9's came a creditable third in the first HGFL mini tournament held at Luton on Saturday.

Tottenham Hotspur Ladies FC Under-9's came a creditable third in the first HGFL mini tournament held at Luton on Saturday.

Here are the latest batch of reports with thanks to Wyart Lane...

Saturday 18th March 2006

Luton Under-9 Tournament

Of the eight fixtures, played Spurs won six games - Hatfield 2-0, Garston 2-0, Northwood 4-0, Hitchin 3-0, Enfield Blues 2-0 and Watford 4-0, while two games were narrowly lost to Enfield Whites 1-0 and Luton Town Belles 1-0.

Hannah Fenton-Burgess scored an excellent 10 goals in the competition and was joint Spurs player of the day with Isabella Reuben-Crompton.

Whites Squad: Kitty Chapman, Tara Sandford (c), Evie Rose, Christie Page, Jacqueline McLucas, Hannah Fenton-Burgess, Amber Oswick, Isabella Rueben-Crompton.

Tottenham Hotspur U10 Blues 3
Denham United Wildcats U10 0
HGFL Division One Cup

The Under-10 Blues started their Division One Cup campaign with a 3-0 home win over Denham United Wildcats.

The visitors played tightly in defence, restricting Spurs to few chances and the windy conditions made it tough to play their normal game, but goals from Chloe Smith, Lulu Fox and Molly Bartrip saw Spurs through to the win that keeps them on course for the treble.

Blues Squad: Naomi Coulson, Molly Bartrip (c), Keegan Russell, Phoebe Guiver, Danielle Wheeler, Lulu Fox, Chloe Smith, Alison Woodward.

Tottenham Hotspur U11 4
Stevenage Borough Vixens U11 0
HGFL Cup – Quarter Final

A double from defender Vicki Blake helped Spurs Ladies Under-11s reach the semi-final of the League Cup.

Her fierce shot opened the scoring and was the only chance converted in the first half.

The second half started much better as Tottenham moved up a gear and Bobbi Cubberley’s drive beat the keeper’s dive and then the scorer turned provider as her corner was knocked in at the far post by Blake.

The Vixens came back into the match and pushed on the Spurs goal, but the defence held firm and Tottenham broke away through a solo Katie Bell run, who unselfishly squared for Marva Kreel to seal the win with a fourth goal to finally see off the determined Stevenage side.

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 19th March 2006

Tottenham Hotspur U12s 3
St. Martins U12s 1

With two quick goals in the first half, Spurs Under-12s had the advantage over St. Martins and left them chasing the game.

Whitney Tango added another goal to her collection with a third minute finish and Hannah Lyons followed up with a second Tottenham goal four minutes later.

Spurs had chances to score, but a combination of a lack of accuracy and some good defending kept the score-line down.

However, they went on to add a third in the second half and St. Martins gained a consolation goal to make the final score 3-1.

Squad: Daisy O’Sullivan, Olivia Keown (c), Harley Keenlyside, Shianne St. Louis, Katie Mills, Rosie Kmita, Ayse Mustafa, Hannah Lyons, Taylor O’Leary, Renata Inniss, Georgia Bruce, Whitney Tango, Charlotte Dean, Nikki Hunnable.

Tottenham Hotspur U13 Whites 2
Princes Park U13 0
HGFL Cup Quarter Final

Spurs eased into the semi-final of the League Cup without managing to get out of second gear.

Princes Park put a lot of effort into the match, but Nicola Davey in the Spurs goal had a quiet time. Spurs piled the pressure on the visitors goal and took a deserved lead
When Zoe Jackson met a near post corner to head home.

While other chances were squandered, Tottenham were comfortably in control and Chloe Gunn netted a second with a 35-yard lob over the keeper to complete a 2-0 win with QPR lying in wait in the semis.

Squad: Nicola Davey, Jodie Fenn, Paige Barnard, Zoë Jackson (c), Stephanie Smith, Lucky Di Biasio, Andrea Edobor, Chloe Gunn, Rhiannon Kelly, Lindsey Cockle, Laila El Haddad, Leasha Ngotho, Tessa Osborne, Vanessa Hassans.

Northwood U13s 4
Tottenham Hotspur U13 Blues 6

A pulsating game swung from one team's advantage to the other's before Tottenham ran out 6-4 winners at Northwood.

Northwood opened the scoring in the first few minutes, but Becky Shephard fired a shot straight over the keeper to make it 1-1 in the sixth minute and the score stayed the same until just before half time when Northwood scored again to take a lead into the break.

Five minutes into the second half, Edwards and Hassan set up Shephard to make it 2-2, but Northwood scored again and it was Shephard who completed her hat-trick in the 48th minute to bring the score back to 3-3.

Ruby Marlow scored from outside the penalty area to put Spurs ahead for the first time in the match. The lead lasted less than two minutes as Northwood pegged it back at 4-4, but, almost immediately, the ball was back in the Northwood net as our Shephard’s fourth goal of the game restored the advantage. Marlow grabbed her second of the game to put Tottenham two goals clear in the 64th minute to give Spurs a winning margin.

Squad: Megan Barsby, Grace Gilbey, Lotty Lovejoy-Crump, Tayla Goodman, Alexandra Robinson (c), Stephanie Aves, Erin McGuire, Melika Edwards, Bansari Haria, Rosie Daly, Ruby Marlow, Kirsty Cunoosamy, Becky Shephard, Yasmin Hassan.

Tottenham Hotspur U14s 4
Hatfield Town U14s 0

A confident win over Hatfield Town by the Spurs Ladies Under-14s saw them move to mid-table.

Charlie Newson-Archer’s high ball into the area caused panic and Toni Gillman’s lob was headed out, straight to Beth Hunter-Scott, who fired in the first Tottenham goal.

At the turnaround, Spurs stepped up the pace and they went 2-0 ahead when Leesa Shields curled a corner straight into the net. That lead became three when Hunter-Scott was bundled over in the area and Ryah Vyse tucked away the penalty kick.

With time running out, Hatfield tried to push forward, but were pinned in their half and Hunter-Scott fired in a powerful drive to round off a 4-0 win in the closing stages.

Squad: Ricole Vyse, Shikiera Richards-Lake, Joy Dutch, Hoshi Cooper-Hutchinson, Leesa Shields, Ryah Vyse (c), Rebecca Hunneyball, Bethany Hunter Scott, Toni Gillman, Patrizia Leo, Charlie Newson-Archer.

Tottenham Hotspur Ladies 0
Whitehawk 3

Spurs slipped to defeat in the closing minutes of the game, which had been held up for a long period for an injury to a player.

A goal was conceded from a corner in the 17th minute, but Spurs came back into the match with a good spell of possession, but failed to trouble the keeper and Laura May pulled out some good saves to keep it to 1-0 at the break.

In the second half, play was held up for 50 minutes while an ambulance arrived to pick up leg injury victim Rosi Webb. After the re-start, Tottenham were pushing for the equaliser, but in the closing stages, Whitehawk hit on the break to score twice more, to produce a 0-3 score-line, which flattered them.

Team: Laura May, Mary Griffiths, Rochelle Alexandra, Kelly Herrett (c), Carly Snell, Ebony Heath (Geena Gordon), Chanelle Breen, Jenna Brailey, Di Gardiner, Rosi Webb (Samrawit Bereket), Jade Perrin.