Reserves beat Framlingham
Framlingham 0Ipswich Town Res 4A THUNDERSTORM softened up the pitch and a twice-taken Chris Hogg penalty softened up a game Framlingham side last night.
Ipswich Town Res 4
A THUNDERSTORM softened up the pitch and a twice-taken Chris Hogg penalty softened up a game Framlingham side last night.
The superior fitness of the professional outfit, who included a number of first-year scholars, paid off as they racked up three second-half goals.
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Liam Craig, Daniel Grainger and Newton Boyce wrapped the game up for the Blues and reserve team boss Steve McCall was delighted with their first pre-season outing.
He said: "It was a competitive game on a good pitch and we got a lot out of it. The facilities were excellent and Framlingham did us proud and really looked after us and it was a decent game for the crowd."
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The reserves take on Woodbridge Town in their next warm-up game with Southampton at home in August their first game of the new Premier Reserve League season.