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Round up of results and reports from Tottenham Hotspur Ladies FC for the weekend of Saturday 1st to Sunday 2nd April 2006.

Round up of results and reports from Tottenham Hotspur Ladies FC for the weekend of Saturday 1st to Sunday 2nd April 2006.

Saturday 1st April 2006

Denham United U10 0
Tottenham Hotspur U10 Whites 1


The Under 10 Whites had to battle all the way to achieve a 1-0 victory over Denham United Ladies FC in the HFGL Under 10 League Cup.

Spurs started brightly and went ahead after 10 minutes after a strong run from midfielder Georgia Miller. The game then went from end to end for most of the match with the Spurs defence at their best to keep the lively Denham team at bay, with
Rhiannon Bassett’s determined display making her the Spurs Player of the match.

Whites Squad: Kitty Chapman, Kayla Miles, Rhiannon Bassett, Tara Sandford (c), Evie Rose, Georgia Miller, Christie Page, Jacqueline McLucas, Lauren Holman, Kathleen Jackson

Saturday 1st April 2006

Enfield Town Ladies U10 0
Tottenham Hotspur U10 Blues 1

A narrow win over Enfield Town Ladies saw the Under-10 Blues secure their second Cup Final of the season.

Enfield proved to be tough opposition, but Spurs showed true Champions spirit to overcome their close neighbours. A first half strike by Danielle Wheeler and some fine goalkeeping by Alison Hastings-Woodward, saw Spurs stay on track for a record breaking treble in a match the team controlled and demonstrated some true quality, where many sides would have cracked.

Enfield made sure Spurs never had it easy, but the Champions maintained their 100% record in all competitions.

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

Saturday 1st April 2006

Writtle Minors U11 1
Tottenham Hotspur U11 1


The Spurs Ladies U11s played a friendly with Writtle Minors at Chelmsford that ended 1-1.

Writtle took the lead in the first half from a good move down the right with the Writtle forward getting on the end of a good cross to slot the ball passed Lily-Anna Tyrimos in the Spurs goal.

In the second half with the wind on the Tottenham girls backs, Spurs created a few more chances and were rewarded when Tori Tripp broke free in the middle to shoot high past the keeper from outside the box.

Writtle came back at Spurs to have several shots that were well saved by player of the match Tyrimos to preserve the draw.

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 2nd April 2006

Denham United U12s 1
Tottenham Hotspur U12s 3

The Under-12s travelled to Denham United for the quarter final of the HGFL Cup and eased through with a 3-1 win.

Denham settled the quicker of the two sides and went ahead in the first 20 minutes with a wind-assisted shot that left Taylor O’Leary in goal with no chance of getting a hand on the ball.

With the wind now blowing Tottenham's way in the second half, goals from Georgia Bruce, Ayse Mustafa and Whitney Tango secured a place for Spurs in the semi-final of the Cup.

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

Sunday 2nd April 2006

Cambridge City U13 1
Tottenham Hotspur U13 Whites 2

The wind made this a game of two halves, but Spurs used the gusty conditions to their advantage to reach the League Cup Final for the second successive season.

Cambridge, who beat Spurs in last season’s final, had the wind at their backs in the first half, but the teams turned around with just a single goal separating them. With Spurs finding it difficult to get out of their own half, City breached the Tottenham defence only once with a ball into the goalmouth dropping kindly for their forward to score.

With the wind blowing the length of the pitch, Spurs launched a series of attacks, which culminated in the 40th minute, when Andrea Edobor scoring with a towering 35-yard effort the keeper could not keep out.
With the play all with Tottenham, it was only a question of time before they took the lead and Leasha Ngotho broke through the defence to slot home under the keeper with just ten minutes left.

Cambridge tried to secure an equaliser and keeper Nicola Davey was called upon to make a last-ditch save to see Spurs through to a final against QPR.

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

Sunday 2nd April 2006

Tottenham Hotspur U13 Blues


Sunday 2nd April 2006

Denham United U14s 4
Tottenham Hotspur U14s 3


The Under 14's didn't make the best of the windy conditions and slipped to a disappointing 4-3 defeat against Denham United Ladies.

Spurs went behind in the first five minutes when the defence failed to clear their lines, but came back into the game and went 2-1 ahead after 25 minutes through goals from Charlie Newson-Archer and Stavroulla Panayiotou. Spurs then missed a series of opportunities and were punished when Denham raced through to draw level at 2-2 just before the break.

Spurs fell went 4-2 behind with two quick Denham goals at the start of the second half, but the girls recovered their composure, applied pressure and closed the gap to a single goal through a well taken effort from Stavroulla Panayiotou. It was all Spurs in the dying minutes but the equaliser couldn't be found.

Squad: Ricole Vyse, Shikiera Richards-Lake, Joy Dutch, Hoshi Cooper-Hutchinson, Leesa Shields, Ryah Vyse, Alex Small, Sophie Petros, Rebecca Hunneyball, Bethany Hunter Scott, Charlie Newson-Archer
Sub: Stavroulla Panayiotou

Sunday 2nd April 2006

Garston Ladies 2
Tottenham Hotspur Reserves 0


Spurs Ladies Reserves fell at the semi-final hurdle losing out to an experienced Garston side.

Spurs started off the game positively and pinned Garston in their own half from the first whistle and it was not long before Jessie Richards had her shot blocked on the line. Garston switched into attack and keeper Lisa McCabe was called on to push a shot past the post. Another Richards effort was blocked, while captain Gill Blackmore had a shot saved, as Spurs dominated until the interval.

Garston changed their formation after the break and piled on the pressure forcing McCabe into a fine save. The breakthrough came when a Garston player was able to tap into the goal from close range after a cross into the area.

Richards just missed out on reaching a Garner cross, but then Garston hit Spurs on the break. With Athena Yennaris injured, play was allowed to continue and the opposition got their second goal, injuring the Spurs keeper in the process.

Spurs continued to press for the equaliser, but their giant-killing run came to an end.

Team: Lisa McCabe (Lizzie De Asha), Dom Clarke, Jenny Curtis, Athena Yennaris (Beth Richards), Kerry Daniells, Mel Berry (c), Lillie Chapman, Hannah Charman, Sam Garner, Gill Blackmore, Jessie Richards .
Unused subs: Lauren Andrews, Katie Taylor, Rebecca Andrews, Andrea Walkes.

Sunday 2nd April 2006

Tottenham Hotspur Ladies 1
Lewes Ladies 5


The Tottenham First Team slipped to a defeat to table-topping Lewes Ladies.

The visitors made the most of the windy conditions to put Tottenham to he sword and despite Jade Perrin hitting the net, there was little for the side to celebrate other than other results of teams around them near the bottom of the table going their way.

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