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Positive news for Town fans as Huws is back on the scoresheet

PUBLISHED: 13:10 27 August 2018 | UPDATED: 13:10 27 August 2018

Emyr Huws, who scored for Town at Crewe

Emyr Huws, who scored for Town at Crewe

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Ipswich Town midfielder Emyr Huws was on the scoresheet once more as Town U23s drew 1-1 with Crewe Alexandra this morning.

Crewe had rather dominated the first half and took the lead through Oliver Finney, although Andre Dozzell hit the post from a free kick late on in the half.

However Town, who included Luke Woolfenden, Teddy Bishop, Josh Emmanuel and Dozzell, as well as Huws in their starting line-up, got their rewards after a much better second half.

A cross in from the right by Dozzell saw Huws glance a header into the bottom corner. The game ended 1-1.

Huws missed almost all of last season with Achilles and then a knee injury.

He has been frustrated with injury since his move from Cardiff City. But Town fans will be hoping he is now on the road to full recovery.

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