Despite many matches falling casualty to frozen pitches, the Under-14s managed to claim the Spurs Ladies' first silverware of the season by lifting the London FA Youth Cup on Sunday.
Despite many matches falling casualty to frozen pitches, the Under-14s (pictured above) managed to claim the Spurs Ladies' first silverware of the season by lifting the London FA Youth Cup on Sunday.
Going into the second leg against Crystal Palace with a 4-0 aggregate lead, the girls were put under pressure in South London, going 2-0 behind by half-time and seeing their overall lead halved.
But a crucial goal just after the break by Jodeane Smith calmed the nerves, and despite Palace striking again late on, the tie was clinched by a 5-3 aggregate scoreline.
Only three further games survived the cold weather over the weekend, with mixed results for the younger sides.
The Under-10 Whites, and in particular striker Tara Cully, were in fine form with a 4-0 home victory over Luton Town.
Cully hit her third hat-trick of the season and Mia Farrell came off the bench late on to round off a convincing victory.
The Under-11 Whites were equally impressive, although it was at the expense of the Blues, who were beaten 3-0 in an all-club game.
Ronell Humes put the Whites 2-0 within the first four minutes and Izzy Lewis scored her first goal of the season to make it three in the second half.
A forgettable day for the Blues was rounded off when substitute Whites goalkeeper Emily Tibbs saved Emily Stacey's late penalty.
And the Under-10 Blues were also well beaten by the same scoreline at home to QPR, with goalkeeper Hannah Grafton doing well to keep the scores down.