Ipswich II 4 Wapping 0
NE14HOCKEY East LeaguePremier AIpswich II 4 Wapping 0 Ipswich still came away with the tree points, despite not being their best on Saturday.Captain Geoff Reed will be particularly impressed that even when his side are not playing their usual attractive hockey the team can still group together and get a result.
NE14HOCKEY East League
Ipswich II 4 Wapping 0
Ipswich still came away with the tree points, despite not being their best on Saturday.
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Captain Geoff Reed will be particularly impressed that even when his side are not playing their usual attractive hockey the team can still group together and get a result.
In this game Ipswich showed character against a Wapping side that were well organised and hard tackling but had quite clearly come to hit Ipswich on the counter.
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Ipswich lead at half time 1-0 through a poor penalty flick from Palmer, but did have enough on it to beat the keeper.
Both Reed and Miller found it hard to get into this game but as everyone knows when Miller has his electric 10-15 minutes there are few teams that can deal with him and Wapping were the latest team to fall to his creativity.
Scoring a first time shot from the top of the D from a fine pass from Smith and then laying on a ball for Matt Walker to brilliantly slot away
After a poor game captain Reed was found by Palmer and Reed smashed home the fourth in the bottom corner.
With Broxbourne away to come next week, man of the match Paul Calver is missing and is a big loss after proving to be quite a free transfer from Bury.
Also missing is the injured Cook and Ipswich are still waiting to hear a late fitness check on Dixon who would prove a valuable asset if passed fit for fire power.