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Posted 3rd February 2017, 07:07 in
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Charlton And Spurs Back In Ryman Cup Final

Tottenham Hotpsur edged Charlton on penalties in last season's Ryman Cup Final, now the pair will do battle for the trophy again.

Boux Avenue Ryman Cup Semi-Finals

West Ham United 1-3 Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs were first through to the final after coming from behind to beat West Ham 3-1 away on Wednesday 1st February.

The Hammers took the lead in the 9th minute, as Julie Melfald sent Chloe Burr through to finish inside the near post.

Aditi Chauhan tipped a Wendy Martin effort away 10 mnutes later but shortly after Martin did find the eualissr from a Bianca Baptiste cross.

Tottenham then struck twice in a couple of minutes approaching half time, with a Jenna Schillaci corner guided home by Nikita Whinnett in a packed penalty area, before Baptiste burst forward, cut inside and drilled home into the far bottom corner. 

Charlton Athletic 8-0 Worthing

Charlton Athletic hosted Worthing the following evening, with the Addicks defeating the underdogs from the South East Counties League Division 1 West 8-0.

There were four goals in each half against the side four divisions below, with Katie Flack getting the first, Gemma Shepherd bagging a brace and Hope Nash one by the break. 

A Grace Coombs free kick set up Shepherd for her hat-trick and she then got a fourth from the sport after a handball in the box.

Kim Dixson made it 7-0 from outside the area and Rosey Sullivan rounded off the goals with a header from an Avilla Bergin corner.

Pictured - Spurs after winning last year's final. (Photo: tottenhamhotspur.com)

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