was named in memory of the Tottenham Hotspur Ladies FC Secretary and
co-founder, who tragically died suddenly on 19th April 1994 at the young
age of 32.
Sue had worked at White Hart Lane in the
Members Office, organising the Junior Spurs supporters club and played
for Broxbourne Ladies, being instrumental in them becoming Tottenham Hotspur
Ladies FC in 1991.
Serving as Assistant League Secretary for
the Greater London League, Sue played regularly for the Spurs Ladies
reserve side and it was fitting that the League decided to rename the
cup competition for lower league sides in memory of her service to the
League and the women's game in general.
Clubs throughout the League flooded the
club with donations to buy a trophy (pictured right) to bear her name
and it was perhaps fitting that her beloved Tottenham Hotspur Reserves
won the first competition contested under her name in 1995, beating Mill