Ipswich Vets 7 Chelmsford Vets 2
East Veterans LeagueIpswich 7 Chelmsford 2After last week's goal less draw against Pelicans, Ipswich got back into scoring ways against a strong Chelmsford team.
East Veterans League
Ipswich 7 Chelmsford 2
After last week's goal less draw against Pelicans, Ipswich got back into scoring ways against a strong Chelmsford team.
It took a superb own goal however to put them on the way, Foster making a typical run and cross and the unfortunate defenders clearance zipped just inside the post.
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Ipswich increased the lead via Cutting before Chelmsford thought they had pulled a goal back but the umpire then realized that the shot had come from outside the circle.
Shortly afterwards they did pull a goal back following a melee and the resultant shot eluded Gordon in goal.
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This spurred Ipswich into action as the lively Askins restored the two goal lead and then provided the cross for Glading to deftly turn home.
Ringrose unfortunate to get a blow to his hand had to leave the pitch but Langton proved an excellent replacement.
During the second half the home team made good use of their subs and this proved to be their ace, as the tiring Chelmsford midfield struggled to cope with the Ipswich attack.
Foster was denied by the alert umpire spotting a foot but then Curzon bagged a pair of tap ins to put the result beyond doubt, although Gill scored a consolation goal slotting home at the near post. Sampson then crashed home from a penalty corner to complete the scoring.
Next week sees Ipswich making the short trip for a local derby against Colchester and then on Sunday travel to East Grinstead to play Jersey in the over 40s cup.