IES 2 Lowestoft 2
NE14 Hockey East Division One NorthIpswich East Suffolk 2 Lowestoft 2IES went into this match in a positive mood, drawing on the confidence built on last week's win.
NE14 Hockey East Division One North
Ipswich East Suffolk 2 Lowestoft 2
IES went into this match in a positive mood, drawing on the confidence built on last week's win.
The game set off at great pace, with both teams trying to gain the advantage in the critical midfield battle.
After 20 minutes the teams were fairly well matched but Lowestoft got the breakthrough and went one up.
Despite this, IES continued to work hard with keeper Faye Godden making several critical saves to keep the Ipswich side in the game.
- 1 Suffolk village named among poshest places to live in UK
- 2 When and where will the thunderstorms hit Suffolk?
- 3 Three supercars pulled over in village for having no front number plates
- 4 Sainsbury's and Harvester evacuated after fire breaks out
- 5 More than 550 homes without power as fallen tree takes down overhead cables
- 6 Woman in 70s dies in hospital after serious crash in east Suffolk
- 7 'Peaceful' Suffolk coastal town named one of the best in the UK
- 8 New homes plan submitted for controversial Suffolk site
- 9 Five new flats to replace redundant builder's yard
- 10 Woodbridge café adds extra outside seats due to high demand from customers
The second half saw IES come out fighting and this continued pressure resulted in a number of short corners from which Shelley Pleasence grabbed the equaliser with a thundering strike.
A short time later Linda Rose put the Ipswich side into the lead with a rifled shot that drove through a crowded Lowestoft defence.
Although Lowestoft equalised with a classy move later in the game, IES can be proud of a performance that has moved them further up the league table.