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With the Spurs Ladies' first team home game with Gillingham postponed on Sunday due to a waterlogged pitch, the Reserves took centre stage.

With the Spurs Ladies' first team home game with Gillingham postponed on Sunday due to a waterlogged pitch, the Reserves took centre stage.

But only just, as the severe conditions forced the referee stop play for a short time as the girls took on Leyton at home.

It was the visitors who took the lead in the first half, but Sasha Kelly's second half equaliser meant a share of the spoils.

The Under-16 Whites (pictured) were able to overcome more treacherous conditions to keep up the pressure on league leaders Luton Town with a 2-1 away win at Harvesters. Phoebe Eshen and Rosie Kmita were on the scoresheet.

A first half four-goal blitz was enough for the Under-11 Whites to see off St Albans City Youth, the goals coming from Rosie Johnson, Flo Donald, Immy Lancaster and an own goal from the home side.

However, Emily Stacey's second half goal was not enough for the Under-11 Blues as they went down 2-1 at Enfield Rangers.

But the Under-10 Blues, who were also at Enfield Rangers, recorded their third successive victory with a 5-1 win. Goals from Tila Lawton, Tegan Burling, Amy Nash, Gemma Biggadike and Kelsey Smith's first for the club contributed to the success.

And two goals from Tara Cully sealed a 2-0 win for the Under-10 Whites at QPR.