IES 3 Old Buckenham 1

Division 2CIpswich East Suffolk 3 Old Buckenham 1SATURDAY saw IES play Old Buckenham and it was the visitors that took control of the game. With the ball doing all of the work and with each player playing with renewed vigour it was not long before IES made their mark from a smooth ball into the circle and goal hungry Anne Edney waiting to swipe it home.

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Ipswich East Suffolk 3 Old Buckenham 1

SATURDAY saw IES play Old Buckenham and it was the visitors that took control of the game.

With the ball doing all of the work and with each player playing with renewed vigour it was not long before IES made their mark from a smooth ball into the circle and goal hungry Anne Edney waiting to swipe it home. The host side attempted many attacks on goal but each plan of attack was met by the sturdy defence.


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Claire Pearsons again showed tremendous strength and determination as she work the right side of the pitch. Anne Edney found the goalmouth again and planted the ball neatly past the keeper. The home side turned up the pressure and with a determined attack on goal managed to sneak the ball in to the back of the goal going into half time 2-1.

The second half was very much the same and IES were very aware that they had to remain focused for the duration of the match. Sophie Kesterton made a welcome return following injury and slotted back into the squad, working hard with Abigail Adams to move the ball through the middle of the field. In the last minutes of the match IES took the victory from penalty corner through Maria Whelan, this gave IES a 3-1 win and three much needed points.

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