IES 8 UEA 1
Division 2NIpswich East Suffolk 8 University of East Anglia 1IES used their break last week to prepare to face the UEA students on Saturday. Missing was Graham Bendall, who was injured earlier in the week, so Stu Gooderham came in at centre back.
Ipswich East Suffolk 8 University of East Anglia 1
IES used their break last week to prepare to face the UEA students on Saturday.
Missing was Graham Bendall, who was injured earlier in the week, so Stu Gooderham came in at centre back.
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The first five minutes saw two goals, one for each team, with UEA opening the scoring with a turn and shot that Lane could not see. Instantly, IES replied through Billy Tuitoek and a scrappy reverse stick shot.
It was all IES from there, with Nick Aveling scoring from a penalty corner rebound, then David Taylor added two more after good passes from strike partner John Tingey.
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With it 4-1 at half time, UEA came out the stronger after the break, pressing the IES defence for a good ten minutes, but with no direct shots. IES capitalised through Kevyn Brown, who scored after receiving a penalty corner pass back to slot home.
Pete Francis celebrated his call up to the first XI with two further goals, cutting in from the left to scoop in a one handed reverse stick shot, followed by a open side shot from the same side.
Tingey, who had a classy game with six assists, ended the rout to claim the eighth, turning and firing a bullet like shot in past the keeper.
IES travel to Ely City on Saturday in hope off building on this result.