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A five-star performance from the Spurs Ladies saw them record their biggest win of the season so far against Cambridge Women at Broxbourne Borough FC.

A five-star performance from the Spurs Ladies saw them record their biggest win of the season so far against Cambridge Women at Broxbourne Borough FC.

Kirsten Shaw latched onto a Jenna Schillaci cross just three minutes before half-time to open the scoring, and the second half was totally dominated by Spurs.

In the 51st minute, Schillaci (pictured) struck home a well-taken free kick and repeated this again 13 minutes later. In the 70th minute, Spurs won a penalty and Schillaci rifled home to score a dead-ball hat-trick.

In the 74th minute, a long drop kick from Ebony Cabey-Gooden took two bounces before substitute Vanessa Storey rifled the ball home in the top corner for a 5-0 victory.

Elsewhere, a tight match against one of last year's top sides in Division Two North saw the Reserves edge a 2-1 win against K.I.K.K for their first win of the season. Fiona Butterfield and Amanda O'Neill were on the scoresheet.

The Third team were looking to capitalise on their good start to the season, but within 10 minutes were 0-2 down in their home league game against Alexandra Park.

Once the side had settled, a long clearance up-field from Kate Wilson was sliced by a Park player past her own keeper for an own goal to make the score 1-2 at half time.

A couple of half-time changes saw Tottenham come flying out of the blocks, and within three minutes of the re-start, Becky Shephard let fly from the right hand side of the box and the ball nestled into the right hand corner of the goal for the equaliser. It finished 2-2.

A 5-0 win for the Under-16s in their first league match of the season against St. Martins gets them off to the perfect start. Iris Isok, Rosie Kmita, Pheobe Eshen and Latoya Bailey (2) were on the scoresheet.

Facing a trip to Harvesters, the Under-15s travelled with apprehension to meet a much-changed home team, but played a well-practised style of play to run out 9-0 winners. A debut hat-trick from Sophie Gardiner was the highlight here.

In other matches, the Under-11s defeated St Albans City Youth 5-2 at home, and the Under-10 Whites ran out 3-0 winners against the Under-10 Blues in a season-opening inter-club game.

The Under-12s home match against Hampstead was a late postponement and Spurs were awarded the points, while the Under-11 Blues earned a point from a 1-1 draw away at Harvesters in their first league game of the season.

Denham United Wildcats visited Frederick Knights Sports Ground and met an in form Under-13 side, who ran out 6-0 winners, and the Under-14s were also among the goals as they beat Garston Ladies 5-0 in the Home Counties Girls' Football League.