tottenham hotspur ladies fc - under-10 whites

2009-2010

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20.02.2010
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites 2
harvesters u10 1
home counties girl's football league  - u10 div. 1

It was another journey around the M25 for the Spurs Ladies Under-10 Whites for yet another meeting with Harvesters Under-10s ... this time in the HCGFL.

Spurs knew from their last encounter that this was going to be a fiercely contested match with the Harvester team improving with every meeting. Spurs started brightly making chances in all areas of the field but, Harvesters steadfast defence frustrated the girls in white throughout the first period that finished with a nervy 0-0 score line.

For the Tottenham supporters the second half started perfectly with Tara Cully opening her scoring tally straight from kick off, with a string of pinpoint passes from on form Mia Farrell and Fayth James, who herself came close to opening the scoring on at least two occasions in the first half.  Georgia Keywood shone with some really clever little through passes while in the centre and as usual, trusty Maisie Ryan and Isabel Philips protected their goal leaving goalie Lillian Irvine to mop up any stray balls, although I must say that a lot of our attacks started with a great kick or throw out from Lil.

Spurs carried on the attacks while Harvesters threw everyone and everything into their superb defending.  Sydney Fairs had a cracking game again today with her crunching tackles and presence in the centre and Shania Mogridge making life tough for the opposing team who were mostly twice her size.  The goal that finished the match off was an absolute stunner, from whom else but Tara, who beat four Harvester players in a four on one battle, then ran around two more to go one on one with the keeper.  Enough said ... 2-0.

All credit to the team in the blue and yellow, as they carried on relentlessly to try and claw themselves back into the match, but to the delight of the away fans, the final whistle blew and the Tottenham Under-10s notched up another well earned three points.

Manager Mark and Coach Mike found it hard to name just one player of the match but awarded it to super striker Tara Cully who on her second goal alone deserved it. Well done girls.

joann fairs

tottenham hotspur : -  (rolling subs used)
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other results :

enfield rangers  -    
denham united  -    
harvesters  -    
qpr  -    
luton town  -    
hatfield youth  -    
hampstead  -    
thlfc blues  -   

 
 
13.02.2010
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites 0
qpr u10 0
home counties girl's football league  - u10 div. 1

The Tottenham Hotspur Ladies Under-10 Whites were at home for their second meeting of the season against Queens Park Rangers Under-10s today.  After our last encounter both the players and the nervous spectators knew they were in for an exciting and entertaining match between these two young and talented teams.

The girls in the White of Tottenham started off brightly and within five minutes Tara Cully was through on the QPR goal, both lots of supporters held their breath and there were sighs of relief from the QPR supporters when their keeper made a fantastic save to keep the score level.  Tottenham had the best of the first half with the majority of the chances, but the QPR defence stood firm and thwarted any efforts on their goal.  QPR had chances of their own, but as usual our defence of Maisie Ryan, Isabel Philips and Amelia Shiner were outstanding.  Goalie Lillian Irvine safely handled any long range shots and the midfield consisted of our very own Duracell bunnies Fayth James and Shania Mogridge who run their hearts out, while our little terrier Sydney Fairs made a couple of exceptional tackles to remind the opposition that she was always around.   The half finished 0-0.

Tottenham started the half with a slightly more cautious approach and again it was Spurs who had the better chances.  Recent super scorer Mia Farrell and serial scorer Tara tried endlessly to put their team in to the lead, but it just wasn’t going to be our day, especially after a great ball through from Georgia Keywood saw Tara put the ball inches wide. Both teams put in the effort but seem to cancel each other out and at the end of the day the 0-0 score at the end was probably a fair result.

Although yet again all girls played their parts, Player of the match went to Maisie Ryan who is consistently unbeatable. Well done girls.

joann fairs

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other results :

enfield rangers  -    
denham united  -    
harvesters  -    
qpr  -    
luton town  -    
hatfield youth  -    
hampstead  -    
thlfc blues  -   

 

06.02.2010
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites 7
enfield rangers u10 1
home counties girl's football league  - u10 div. 1

Today saw the Tottenham Under-10 Whites brave another freezing cold morning at Fred Knights for their second meeting this season with local team Enfield Rangers.

Tottenham were caught napping when Enfield went on the attack straight from kick off, but luckily the ever alert Maisie Ryan and Georgia Keywood sprung into action to make sure goalie Lillian Irvine was able to safely scoop the ball up into her trusty arms.  This gave the Whites the wakeup call they needed and countered with an attack of their own. 

Sydney Fairs, Shania Mogridge and Mia Farrell fought a tough battle in the midfield feeding the ball to the ever willing and more than able Tara Cully, who was having her own battle with the brilliant Enfield Ranger goalkeeper who was pulling off save after save more than adding to Spurs frustration.  Tara was finally rewarded for her persistence halfway through the first half with one of her now trademark goals and everyone in the White of Spurs breathed a sigh of relief.

Changes were made and Fayth James, Steph Kypri, Amelia Shiner and Isabel Philips slotting comfortably in to their designated roles. The half carried on in the same vain but the six girls of Rangers were determined that they weren’t going to be a walkover and the half finished 1-0.

Tottenham carried on their fast becoming tradition of really turning up the pressure in the second half and went on the rampage with four magnificent goals by in from Mia, one from Steph and another for Tara.

Rangers managed to squeeze in a consolation goal late on in the half to end the match 7-1 to Spurs.

Although the Tottenham Under-10 Whites definitely deserved their win all credit must go to Enfield Rangers who put up a fight and never gave up till the final whistle blew.

Player of the match went to Mia who was absolutely outstanding today. Well done girls.

joann fairs

tottenham hotspur : -  (rolling subs used)
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other results :

enfield rangers  -    
denham united  -    
harvesters  -    
qpr  -    
luton town  -    
hatfield youth  -    
hampstead  -    
thlfc blues  -   

 

 

30.01.2010
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites 4
luton town u10 0
home counties girl's football league  - u10 cup - group b
The Tottenham Under-10 Whites were at a frosty Fred Knights today for their long awaited cup match against Luton Town Under-10s.

Spurs started off brightly with Lillian Irvine in goal, Maisie Ryan and Amelia Shiner at the back. Shania Mogridge, Sydney Fairs and Fayth James made up the midfield and Tara Cully upfront. For the whole of the first half Tottenham managed to keep Luton in their own half, but yet again we were up against a hard working defence and goalkeeper much to the frustration of the girls in white.  Both Tara and Fayth came close on a number of occasions but all credit to the girls of Luton Town the half finished honours even at 0-0.

Tottenham started the second half with a new found determination and a couple of changes with Mia Farrell and Isabel Philips replacing Amelia and Shania. Straight away Spurs got into their stride and within five minutes Tara done what she does best and plants the ball in the back of the net 1-0 Spurs. Mia impressed for the second week running on the right flank and combined with Tara to make for a very threatening strike force. Our second goal came after sustained pressure in the Luton penalty box and an error by the Luton goalie saw Fayth get a touch on the ball which rolled over the line.

Georgia Keywood and Stephanie Kypri came on and made an impression with Steph instrumental in setting up our third goal after her battling and not give up attitude led to a exact pass at the feet of prolific goal scorer Tara for her second and Spurs third of the match.  Mia finished the match off with a well deserved goal of her own to make the final score 4-0.

A big well done to all the girls today you all gave 100% and you have now booked your place in the semi finals. Manager Mark couldn’t pick a player of the match so the honour fell to coach Mike, who picked Syd for her hard work and team play.

joann fairs

tottenham hotspur : -  (rolling subs used)
1 lillian irvine
18 sydney fairs
4 fayth james
7 maisie ryan
8 shania mogridge
15 amelia shiner
10 georgia keywood
9 tara cully
16 isabel philips
11 mia farrell
27 stephanie kypri
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photos from the game can be viewed by clicking here.
other results :

enfield rangers  -    
denham united  -    
harvesters  -    
qpr  -    
hatfield youth  -    
hampstead  -    
thlfc blues  -   

 

 

 

23.01.2010
harvesters u10 0
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites 1
home counties girl's football league  - u10 cup - group b
The Tottenham Under-10 Whites travelled up the M25 for their cup match against a much improved Harvesters team.

The Whites got off to a slow start in the first half, although Tara Cully as usual a constant threat to the battling opposition right from kick off.  Tireless Shania Modridge and Fayth James fought hard in midfield against a resilient Harvester team who on occasion had chances of their own which were quickly thwarted by some outstanding performances at the back. Amelia Shiner, Maisie Ryan and Isabel Philips played faultlessly throughout the match.  Goalie Lillan Irvine saved any stray balls that threatened.

As the half progressed the girls slowly got into their stride and started to really test the Harvester goalkeeper who must be mentioned for having an outstanding match.

The second half was a different story, as Mia Farrell and Sydney Fairs shone in their favoured positions and Georgia Keywood showed her football intelligence when in the centre. T ara, Mia and Fayth came close but frustratingly the Harvester Goalie again scooping the ball up from every angle. Tara was finally rewarded for her constant pressure with a proper striker’s goal after a goal mouth melee.

Tottenham continued to pile on the pressure and started to show why they are real contenders in all competitions with their slick passing and solid defending.

The final whistle finally blew on what turned out to be a fiercely contested match with Spurs walking away 1-0 winners

Manager Mark Fairs and Coach Mike Modridge applauded all the girls but player of the match went to Amelia Shiner ,who not only defended faultlessly today, but showed skill and intelligence all over the field. 

Well done girls.

joann fairs

tottenham hotspur : -  (rolling subs used)
1 lillian irvine
18 sydney fairs
4 fayth james
7 maisie ryan
8 shania mogridge
15 amelia shiner
10 georgia keywood
9 tara cully
16 isabel philips
11 mia farrell
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other results :

enfield rangers  -    
denham united  -    
harvesters  -    
qpr  -    
luton town  -    
hatfield youth  -    
hampstead  -    
thlfc blues  -   

 

12.12.2009
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites 10
denham united u10 0
home counties girl's football league  - u10 div. 1
Awaiting match report.

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other results :

enfield rangers  -    
denham united  -    
harvesters  -    
qpr  -    
luton town  -    
hatfield youth  -    
hampstead  -    
thlfc blues  -   

 

05.12.2009
denham united u10 0
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites 3
home counties girl's football league  - u10 div. 1
Denham United hosted the Spurs Ladies Under-10 Whites for the first meeting of the teams this season. 

After a lacklustre first half from the girls in white, they finished the half 1-0 up after a one two between Fayth James and Tara Cully led to Tara netting her first. 

All the girls kicked into gear in the second half and Spurs finished off the match 3-0 winners with Tara Cully walking away with another two goals to complete a hat trick. 

Fayth James was named player of the match after what manager Mark described as a commanding performance. 

Well done girls.

joann fairs

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other results :

enfield rangers  -    
harvesters  -    
qpr  -    
luton town  -    
hatfield youth  -    
hampstead  -    
thlfc blues  -   

 

28.11.2009
 
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites 3
bury rangers u10 0
friendly
The Tottenham Hotspur Ladies U10 Whites were at Fred Knights to entertain Bury Rangers of the Middlesex league in a friendly.

Both teams pressed from kick off and Bury tried their luck with some great shots at the Spurs goal but as usual Lil Irvine was on hand to scoop up any troublesome balls and as usual Maisie Ryan, Amelia Shiner and Isabel Philips determined in the protection of their goal.

Bury, although a well rounded team, had a couple of excellent players who caused us no end of trouble and it became the battle of the little ones with Bury's fearless no.7 up against an equally fearless Spurs no 18 Sydney Fairs - a battle which caused both sets of spectators to close their eyes and hope for the best at times although I must say both girls were sporting throughout.  Georgia Keywood impressed with some well timed and important tackles in the centre of the park.  Fayth James' and Shania Modgridge's work-rate as usual impeccable throughout with both girls laying on passes for our forwards Mia Farrell, Steph Kypri and Tara Cully.

Although 0-0 at the break Spurs came out and was determined to break the deadlock, which they did when after a string of passes which started from a goal kick left Tara to do what she does best and smashed it into Bury's goal. Bury carried on the fight and their goalie was exceptional making the Tottenham Whites work hard for their goals.  Tara added to her already outstanding goal tally this season giving Spurs a 2-0 lead, which was finished off by the ever versatile Maisie who was determined to net the winner.

Well done again girls and also a big thank you to our visitors Bury Rangers who were an absolute pleasure to play and who we hope we will meet again.

Player of the match went to Georgia Keywood who gave her all today and played her best match to date.

joann fairs

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other results :

enfield rangers  3     luton town  1    
harvesters  1     qpr  6    
denham united  0     thlfc blues  2   

 

21.11.2009
qpr u10 0
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites 2
home counties girl's football league  - u10 div. 1
On another mild November day the Tottenham Hotspur Ladies Under-10 Whites had their first top of the table clash with QPR. 

The girls knew that this was a game that they had to win if we were to carry on our unbeaten run and regain our place at the top of the HCGFL.

As soon as the whistle blew both sets of girls knew they had a match on their hands and the girls in the White of Tottenham set their stall out.  Maisie Ryan, who we should rename “The Wall” as nothing gets through her,  Isabel Philips and Amelia Shiner refused to let anyone or anything near their goal and Lillian Irvine as usual ready waiting and more than able to pull off her now legendary saves.

Fayth James and Shania Mogridge's work-rate in the midfield as usual was impeccable making crucial tackles up and down the pitch and responsible for numerous attacks. Mia Farrell and Stephanie Kypri took over the midfield roles when they come on like two power-houses and Georgia Keywood blocking the path in the centre of the park laying on some important passes. Which leaves the two players in contention for the player of the match award Sydney Fairs was a complete terrier who worked tirelessly all over the pitch and also instrumental in the lead up to “wonder striker” Tara Cully's two goals, although next week will have her arms strapped to her sides as she does like to do the Mexican wave at the most inconvenient moments leading to heartrending free kicks. Tara as usual unstoppable when she sets her mind on goal and every time she as the ball is an absolute joy to watch.

Our first goal came eight minutes into the first half after a beautiful pass up from Fayth into the path of Syd and Tara who took the QPR defence apart with some quick inter-passing which left the goalie powerless and Tara slotted home 1-0.   Our second goal came in the second half from a throw in and some quick footwork from Tara to put us at 2-0 with 10 minutes to go.  Although QPR hit the bar and had a decent shot saved there was only going to be one winner and this wonderful win was thoroughly deserved by this great little Spurs team who when are knocked down come back far far stronger. 

Both teams played lovely end to end football and the talent on both sides was obvious for everyone to see.

It was a joy to meet such a lovely bunch of players, staff and parents; all of whom made us feel very welcome and we look forward to repaying the compliment when we meet up at Fred Knights. 

Manager Mark and Coach Mike were delighted with the attitude and work-rate of all the girls and of course the win. Player of the match went to Tara Cully who continues to impress week after week. 

Well done girls, you are a complete delight to watch and more importantly a pure delight to know.

joann fairs

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to see ian shiner's photos of the game, click here.
other results :

enfield rangers  1     thlfc blues  5   
denham united  0     hampstead  2    
harvesters  1     luton town  3    

 

14.11.2009
luton town u10 1
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites 1
home counties girl's football league  - u10 div. 1
The Spurs Ladies Under-10 Whites made their way up the M1 for their first encounter with the Luton Town Under-10s today.

There is little to comment about the challenging match, save to say how proud all the parents and both manager Mark and coach Mike were of everyone of the 11 very talented young ladies, who, as usual, conducted themselves impeccably in what became a very trying encounter and also to congratulate Steph on a definite goal of the season contender. 

Well done girls you done us proud. 

Final score 1-1.

joann fairs

tottenham hotspur : -  (rolling subs used)
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other results :

enfield rangers  -    
denham united  -    
harvesters  -    
qpr  -    
luton town  -    
hatfield youth  -    
hampstead  -    
thlfc blues  -   
 

 

07.11.2009
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites 4
harvesters u10 0
home counties girl's football league  - u10 div. 1
Awaiting match report.

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other results :

enfield rangers  -    
denham united  -    
qpr  -    
hatfield youth  -    
hampstead  -    
thlfc blues  4    luton town  1    

 

17.10.2009
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites 1
hampstead u10 0
home counties girl's football league  - u10 div. 1

The THLFC Under-10 Whites faced a tough Hampstead team at a cold and miserable Fred Knights today in the HCGFL.   

The Whites were put under pressure from the start by a lively Hampstead team, but the girls dug in and kept the score at honours even although both teams went close on several occasions. 

Minutes into the restart, we were awarded a free kick halfway in the Hampstead half.  Maisie Ryan stepped up and nearly broke the back of the Hampstead net with a shot that Tom Huddlestone would have been proud of, giving us a 1-0 lead.  Tottenham carried on defending hard and after a long hard battle came away 1-0 winners taking the three points which keeps us top of the table. 

Well done again girls, a much tougher match than recent weeks but you showed great character and never gave up. Again it was hard to pick a player of the match but it went to Isabel Philips who was superb today.

joann fairs

tottenham hotspur : -  (rolling subs used)
1 lillian irvine
18 sydney fairs
4 fayth james
7 maisie ryan
8 shania mogridge
9 tara cully
16 isabel philips
11 mia farrell
27 stephanie kypri
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other results :

thlfc blues  4    enfield rangers  1    
denham united  0    harvesters  1    
qpr  7     luton town  1    

 

10.10.2009
harvesters u10 0
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites 7
home counties girl's football league  - u10 div. 1

The Tottenham Hotspur Ladies Under 10 Whites travelled up the A1 to the ever sunny Harvesters ground for their first meeting of the season. 

Spurs started off the same way they finished their last match with beautiful passing and moving throughout the pitch and it wasn't long before our own little “Keano” Tara Cully put us at 1-0.

Our second goal came from a thoroughly deserved goal from Fayth James to make it 2-0. Tara grabbed the third, fifth and sixth Tottenham goals with Mia Farrell getting our fourth and Maisie Ryan finally made it 7-0 with minutes to go.

Defenders Maisie and Isabel Philips stood firm at the back on the very rare occasion that Harvesters threatened and goalie Lillian Irvine scooping up any stray balls that managed to squeeze through.  Sydney Fairs and Shania Mogridge again tremendous in midfield with Mia Farrell and Stephanie Kypri continuously pressuring the opposing defence.

Every single player played their part in this fabulous win and anyone of them could have been awarded player of the match but manager Mark Fairs gave it to Fayth.

joann fairs

tottenham hotspur : -  (rolling subs used)
1 lillian irvine
18 sydney fairs
4 fayth james
7 maisie ryan
8 shania mogridge
9 tara cully
16 isabel philips
11 mia farrell
27 stephanie kypri
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other results :

enfield rangers  2     hampstead  4    
luton town  4     denham united  2    
thlfc blues  0    qpr  1    

 

03.10.2009
enfield rangers u10 0
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites 4
home counties girl's football league  - u10 div. 1

The THLFC Under-10 Whites made their way up the A10 to play nearest rivals Enfield Rangers today in the HCGFL.

The weather was cold and blustery, but this didn't seem to deter the girls from playing the lovely passing football we have came to expect from this talented young side.

Tara Cully opened the scoring on seven minutes after a beautiful set of passes between herself, Fayth James and Sydney Fairs.  Mia Farrell made it 2-0 with a smashing finish on the counter, after a missed penalty hit the post at our end of the pitch and was kicked out quickly by goalie Lillian Irvine.  Tara continued to go on one of her now trademark soaring runs twisting and turning anyone in her path and was unlucky not to double her tally on numerous occasions throughout the remainder of the half.

The second half kicked off in much the same way with Maisie Ryan, Isabel Philips and Georgia Keywood stopping the opposition troubling and on the one occasion that Enfield Rangers did break through Lil pulled off a cracking save to keep us at 2-0.

Tara got her second within four minutes of the restart followed quickly after by a second for Mia making the score a comfortable 4-0.  The Whites played lovely consistent football throughout the match and come home deserved winners.

Maisie Ryan and Isabel Philips were again infallible at the back and made vital tackles throughout the match also joined by Georgia Keywood who slotted in effortlessly at the change.

Shania Modridge, Fayth James, and Sydney Fairs passed and tackled all over the pitch to set up super strikers Mia Farrell and Tara Cully, who, in the words of Tara, definitely had their scoring boots on today and not forgetting trusty goalie Lillian Irvine, who once again made some match winning saves today.

Although Manager Mark thought all of the team played their part , player of the match went to Tara Cully who was excellent today.

Well done girls you done us proud.

joann fairs

tottenham hotspur : -  (rolling subs used)
1 lillian irvine
18 sydney fairs
4 fayth james
10 georgia keywood
7 maisie ryan
8 shania mogridge
9 tara cully
16 isabel philips
11 mia farrell
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other results :

qpr  3     harvesters  1    
hampstead  5     luton town  1    
thlfc blues  2    denham united  0    

 

26.09.2009
denham united u10 p
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites p
match postponed - points awarded to thlfc
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other results :

luton town  2     enfield rangers  2    
harvesters  1    thlfc blues  0   

 

19.09.2009
no game
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other results :

enfield rangers  2     harvesters  3    
denham united  0      qpr  4    
hatfield youth  v  luton town  -  match postponed - points awarded to luton town  
thlfc blues  0    hampstead  2    

 

12.09.2009
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 whites 3
tottenham hotspur ladies u10 blues 0
home counties girl's football league  - u10 div. 1

The THLFC Under-10 Blues kicked off the season in style at Fred Knights today with a 3-0 win over their Blues club-mates.

With a few new additions to an already strong squad the girls bossed the game from kick off although all credit to the Spurs Ladies Under-10 Blues, who played their hearts out the whole match.

Lillian Irvine, our trusty goalkeeper, didn't get a touch today thanks to our trusty defenders Isabel Philips, Georgia Keywood and player of the match contender Maisie Ryan who also scored her first in a Tottenham shirt and the teams second goal.

Most of the battles were played in the middle of the field with Fayth James and Sydney Fairs who were both outstanding today leading the charge for strikers Stephanie Kypri who is back to her battling best and Mia Farrell who scored two out of the three goals and was unlucky not to get an hat trick.  Shania Mogridge and Amelia Shiner as usual fought for every ball and ran tirelessly the whole time that they were on the pitch and with every player giving 100% we totally deserved our 3-0 win.

Manager Mark Fairs and coach Mike Mogridge struggled to name their player of the match today as there were a few contenders, but finally named midfielder Fayth James who was terrific today.

Things are looking good for the Under-10 Whites, especially as we also have prolific goal-scorer Tara Cully who should be back with us next week after missing today's game due to injury.

Well done girls you were great today.

joann fairs

tottenham hotspur : -  (rolling subs used)
1 lillian irvine
18 sydney fairs
15 amelia shiner
4 fayth james
10 georgia keywood
27 stephanie kypri
7 maisie ryan
8 shania mogridge
16 isabel philips
11 mia farrell
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other results :

qpr  4     enfield rangers  3    
luton town  0     harvesters  3    
hatfield youth  v  hampstead  -  match postponed - points awarded to hampstead

For more match reports from this season, click here

 

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