FUL GIRLS: Charlton women's team ended a run of 78 games without defeat for Fulham on Sunday, when goals from Carmaine Walker and Casey Stoney gave the Addicks a 2-1 win in the fifth round of the FA Cup against the holders. Charlton's reward was an away quarter-final against Doncaster Rovers Belles on February 8. There was further good news for the Addicks last week when 19-year-old striker Ann-Marie Heatherson received her first England call-up.

no offer: Despite reports over the weekend claiming that Chelsea had finalised a bid for midfielder Scott Parker, the Addicks had yet to receive an unwelcome third bid for the England international at the start of the week. Charlton turned down an improved £7.5m (plus appearance related payments) offer from Chelsea, and now consider the matter closed.

DARREN PICKED: Young Charlton goalkeeper Darren Randolph has been selected for the Republic of Ireland under-17 side that will take part in an international tournament in Gran Canaria between February 2-7. First-year scholar striker Thomas Ward has been placed on standby for the competition, while also in action for their country in February will be England under-19 duo Stacy Long and Osei Sankofa, against Holland, on February 17.

spurs tickets: Plenty of seats still remain for the midweek home match against Spurs on Wednesday, February 11 (8pm), priced £25 adults, £20 seniors and under-18s, and £15 under-16s. Call 020 8333 4010 for more details.

FULLER HOPE: Midfielder Barry Fuller has become the first youngster to progress from the Charlton community scheme to become a young Addicks' professional. The 19-year-old, who was first spotted when he attended a course with the Charlton Football in the Community scheme and was recommended to the club's academy was given an extension on his deal for a further year.

SCOUSE THAT: Charlton's away match against Liverpool a game which could turn out to be crucial for a Champions League qualification place will be rescheduled. The Addicks were due to play Gerard Houllier's side on Easter Monday, but Liverpool will now play Arsenal a day earlier in front of the Sky cameras, on Sunday, April 11.