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Spurs Ladies lose out to League leaders

The fierce Doncaster Belles increase their undefeated run in the WSL2 with a comfortable 3-0 over the Spurs Ladies. It was a match of missed chances for Tottenham Hotspur who hadn’t played a competitive game for over a month. After an extended hiatus away from the pitch, it was actually the Spurs Ladies who started the game with more energy and more focus to score. Key player Bianca Baptiste demonstrated her silky skills early on and forced Doncaster’s Bradley-Aukland to head the ball within an inch of her own goal post.  The Belles began to find their stride shortly after […]

Spurs Ladies score six against Watford

Spurs Ladies 6-0 Watford Match Report The Spurs ladies played Watford off the park as Spurs star Sarah Wiltshire claimed a hat-trick against her former club. Tottenham Hotspur’s first goal came in the 19th minute when Coral-Jane Haines delivered a long pass up to Wiltshire, who beat Watford keeper Fran Kitching with a fabulous lofted shot that dipped into the top right-hand corner. It didn’t take long for the Lilywhite Ladies to double the lead after Lucia Leon found an open net with ease. Wiltshire was simply in fine form and managed to put her side three to the good […]

Spurs Ladies end their winless streak of seven

Spurs started well, however, it was Oxford that secured the first goal. Ellis Hillman found some space down the left, and spotted Chloe Chivers in the middle of the box with a curling cross, only for the Oxford forward to head it past the Lilywhite keeper. Not long after, Wendy Martin had a chance to equalise for Spurs after finding herself in a one-on-one with the Oxford keeper Demi Lambourne. However, the Spurs forward was bested by Lambourne who kept the lead intact. The Spurs equaliser came in the 68th minute. Wiltshire’s shot on goal was blocked with a handball […]

FA Cup 4th Round: Spurs Ladies vs. Doncaster Belles

This year’s Women’s FA Cup draw is a very important one for the Spurs Ladies for one significant reason: it is the first time they are entering the competition at this fourth-round stage. The Lilywhite ladies were play-off champions in the Premier League last year, securing them a spot – for the first time – in the FA Women’s Super League (WSL2). On Sunday the 4th February, Spurs ladies take on WSL2 leaders, the Doncaster Belles, in what will be a tantalising 4th round FA Cup clash. Spurs will be looking to advance to the 5th round for the first […]