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Tottenham Hotspur Ladies FC celebrated doubles and trebles for their Under-10 and Under-11 teams.

Tottenham Hotspur Ladies FC celebrated doubles and trebles for their Under-10 and Under-11 teams.

Here are the latest reports, with thanks to Wyart Lane...

Saturday 6th May 2006

Luton Town Belles U10 0
Tottenham Hotspur U10 Blues 3

With a convincing performance the Tottenham Hotspur Under 10-Blues completed a treble in their first season together.

Luton put in a determined effort against Spurs, but the Tottenham girls showed a mature side of their game that left Luton chasing the game once the first goal had gone in. Danielle Wheeler had fed Chloe Smith on the right and she struck a fierce shot past the keeper in the third minute.

Spurs hit the post through Smith, but had to wait until the second half to extend their lead when Keegan Russell’s long pass was turned past the keeper by Lulu Fox. With time running out, Naomi Coulson kept Luton out to maintain the record of clean sheets in the competition and Wheeler rifled a drive into the top corner to make it 3-0 and the Treble for Spurs.

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

Tottenham Hotspur U11 2
Enfield Town Ladies U11 1
(After Extra Time – 1-1 at full time)

A stunning comeback with seconds to go in normal time spurred Tottenham Hotspur Ladies Under-11s onto victory in this League Cup Final.

Enfield had started the match strongly and their effort prevented Spurs getting into the game. Bobbi Cubberley forced the Enfield keeper into a flying save in the first half, but it was Town who took the lead with a low shot as their forward powered through.

Spurs stepped up the pace of the game as the rain fell down and Enfield conceded a string of free-kicks. With thirty seconds remaining, one set-piece rebounded to Katie Bell, who fired in a low shot that caught a deflection past the keeper to make it 1-1 right on full-time.

Going into extra-time, Spurs had the impetus, but Enfield worked hard to deny them time on the ball. With the final seemingly heading for penalties, a long throw was nodded home at the far post by Amy Woff (the goal pictured right) to give Tottenham the trophy in a close-fought final for a Double to go with their League title.

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 7th May 2006

Tottenham Hotspur U12s 11
Bushey Rangers U12s 0

Bushey Rangers were unfortunate to meet Spurs Ladies Under-12s on a day when they hit top form in their title chase.

Spurs took ten minutes to open the scoring when Charlotte Dean claimed the first with Renata Inniss giving Spurs a 2-0 cushion in the 26th minute. With the teams turning around, there was little sign of what the second half held.

Whitney Tango got number three after five minutes play and as their passing game clicked into gear, Inniss scored twice to complete her hat trick, Dean added another to her tally, whilst Ayse Mustafa ended her lean spell by scoring twice. Georgia Bruce also got onto the score-sheet with Whitney Tango providing goal number eleven.

It was goal number six that stood out from the rest though. When Nikki Hunnable collected the ball inside her own half, ran down the right wing before cutting inside to hit the ball past the out-stretched hand of the goalkeeper for the best goal of the day.

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

Tottenham Hotspur U13 Whites 0
QPR U13 3

Spurs failed to perform to their best ability in this Cup Final defeat by Queens Park Rangers.

Zoe Jackson, Chloe Gunn and Stephanie Smith defended well, but with a QPR midfielder allowed to thread a through ball for a Rangers striker to stroke the ball past Nicola Davey to give them the lead it saw Spurs having to chase the game.

QPR added a second as the QPR striker raced through and despite the attention of Jodie Fenn, shot home.

Gunn went close with a shot from twenty and Rhiannon Kelly was causing some problems and head a corner just over the bar, but she was injured in a clash that saw her break her arm and have to leave the field.

Spurs conceded a late third when a cross was tapped in at the far post to condemn Tottenham to a second successive season of final defeat.

Squad: Nicola Davey, Sian Osmond, 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, Katie Goodland, Vanessa Hassans.

Tottenham Hotspur U14s 5
Garston Purples U14s 0

After a goalless first half, Spurs produced a second half blitz as they ran out 5-0 winners against Garston Ladies Purples in the Under 14 plate.

Spurs were made to fight all the way in the opening exchanges and required the defence partnership of Hoshi Cooper-Hutchinson and Shikiera Richards-Lake to be at their best.

Spurs started to apply more pressure in and around the Garston box late in the first half without finishing off several good chances.

Tottenham started more brightly in the second half and soon grabbed the lead when Leesa Shields’ corner swung in at the near post deceiving the Garston defence. The team started to play some nice free flowing football and added goals from Patrizia Leo, Charlie Newson-Archer (2) and another long range effort from Leesa Shields to go through to the Plate final.

Squad: Ricole Vyse, Kynarah Hunte, Shikiera Richards-Lake, Joy Dutch, 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, Ozner Durmush, Patrizia Leo, Charlie Newson-Archer.