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Spurs Ladies moved into the last eight of the London WFA Cup with a 2-0 victory over Hackney Women at Hackney Marshes on Sunday.

Spurs Ladies moved into the last eight of the London WFA Cup with a 2-0 victory over Hackney Women at Hackney Marshes on Sunday.

Alex Small's strike after four minutes was doubled by Kirsten Thomson (pictured below) seven minutes from time to set up a tie with Hampstead in the next round, with a semi-final tie against North London rivals Arsenal at stake!

Meanwhile, goals from Rachel Edlin, Gill Blackmore and Beth Richards gave the Reserves a comfortable 3-0 away victory over MSA Ladies, and the Third team defeated Hackney Women's Reserves by the same scoreline.

Despite going into the break still being held at 0-0, second half goals from Becky Shepherd, Ruby Marlow and Marit Undheim puts them top of the GLRWFL Division 3 North table.

The Under-16s were just as comfortable in their HCFGFL Divison 1 match at Stevenage Borough, running out 5-1 winners.

Their 100% record was retained as Shauna Magner (pictured right) and Nikki Hunnable struck two goals each and Siobhan Jones added a fifth.

Kirsten Thomson

The Under-15s also stay top of their division after a hard-fought 3-1 win at Brentford , with Sophie Gardiner scoring twice and Laura Newby opening the scoring early on.

It was also a promising start for the Under-14s in their match at Harversters when Helena Scotland gave her side a lead after 20 minutes, before the hosts ran out 3-1 winners.

But the Under-13s home game against St Martins went in reverse when the visitors took the lead, only to see Spurs run out 4-1 winners thanks to goals from Emma Tammaro, Maddie Sollof, Maya Vio and Georgia Fairs.

There were mixed fortunes for our Under-11 sides. The Blues were defeated 2-0 at St Albans City but the Whites ran out 9-0 winners at Whetstone Wanderers, a hat-trick in the space of just four minutes from Holly Beaumont the highlight.

The Under-10 Blues recorded their second win of the season with a 4-1 triumph at home to Enfield Rangers thanks to two goals from Gemma Biggadyke, one from skipper Tegan Burling and an Amy Nash penalty.

And a fantastic Maisie Ryan free-kick gave the Under-10 Whites a 1-0 victory at home to Hampstead to keep them top of the HCFGFL Division 1 table.

There was no game for the Under-12s this week.