Ross Halls looks at how Ipswich Town's loan players got on for their clubs last night...


The duo came on as 71st minute subs for Charlton as they drew 1-1 with Lincoln City at the Valley in League One. 

Ladapo scored the equaliser for the Addicks with a superb strike from range two minutes after coming off the bench to give Nathan Jones his first point as boss. 

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Camara continued his comeback from injury making his second appearance since the hamstring injury he suffered back in October. 

The Addicks are now without a win in 14 games and return to action when they travel to third-place Bolton Wanderers on Saturday.


The defender started but was subbed in the 28th minute with Bristol Rovers 2-0 down against Stevenage in League One.

The Gas went on to win the game 3-2 with former Town player Luke Thomas scoring the first goal to start the comeback. 

Baggott was replaced by Scott Sinclair, with manager Matt Taylor changing formations from a back three to a back four which he admitted was the reason for taking off the defender. 

This win moves them up to tenth in the table and they return to action when they travel to Northampton Town on Saturday. 


The Tunisian midfielder played the full 90 minutes and was booked for Leyton Orient as they edged Northampton 4-3 at  Brisbane Road in the third tier. 

Former Town forward Tyreece Simpson scored a 83rd minute equaliser but that was cancelled out by Ruel Sotiriou's 97th minute winner to claim all three points.

Richie Wellens' side move up to eighth in the table and next host Burton Albion on Saturday. 


The duo featured for Needham Market as they beat Suffolk rivals Leiston 5-0 at Bloomfields to go top of the Southern League Premier Central table. 

Three other Town young players featured for Leiston in Jack Manly, Michael Lavin and Ash Boatswain, with the latter making his debut after signing on loan an hour before. 

The Marketmen return to action looking to extend their lead at the top when they host Long Eaton United on Saturday, while the Blues travel to Stourbridge. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Andre Dozzell celebrates with team-mates after scoring his first goal for Birmingham City. Andre Dozzell celebrates with team-mates after scoring his first goal for Birmingham City. (Image: PA)


Andre Dozzell scored the winner for Birmingham as they beat Blackburn Rovers 1-0 at home in the Championship for their first victory at St Andrews in almost three months. 

David McGoldrick netted his 13th goal of the season for Notts County as they won 3-1 at Newport County to earn their first win under new boss Stuart Maynard.

Oli Hawkins was among the scorers for Gillingham as they drew 2-2 with Swindon at Priestfield in League Two.

Luke Garbutt's 89th minute free-kick salvaged a point for Salford in a 2-2 draw at home to Doncaster in the third tier. 

Joe Garner grabbed a late winner for Oldham as they beat Boreham Wood 2-1 at Boundary Park in the National League, the forward's first goal since signing from Carlisle last month.

Conor Sammon netted a 85th minute winner for Alloa Athletic as they beat Annan Athletic 2-1 at home in the Scottish League One.