Town'f first win in nine games
Ipswich Town 2 Derby County 0NICKY Forster and Darren Currie gave Ipswich Town their first win in nine games as they put on a super second half show in an emotional final home game of the season.
By Derek Davis
Ipswich Town 2 Derby County 0
NICKY Forster and Darren Currie gave Ipswich Town their first win in nine games as they put on a super second half show in an emotional final home game of the season.
But the day belonged to skipper Jim Magilton who was given a standing ovation before and after the game during a lap of honour.
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Derby dominated in the first half and missed a raft of chances with Morten Bisgaard and Tommy Smith the main culprits, while Shane Supple made some good saves.
Magilton was replaced at half-time and the Blues came out to ram the woeful missed chances down Derby's throats by scoring a minute after the break.
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Owen Garvan played a one-two with Darren Currie then laid on a super pass for Forster who found space to fire in from 25-yards and become Town's leading scorer on six, with his third goal in as many matches.
Substitute Jaime Peters did well down the right and his ball for Matt Richards was cleared only as far as Currie who drove in his fifth goal of the season.