Wapping 3 Ipswich II 3

Premier AWapping 3 Ipswich II 3Ipswich were left holding on for a point in this match after throwing away a 2-0 half time lead. Ipswich started this game with a high tempo after a poor recent run of form and shot off into a 2-0 lead in the first 10 minutes with Reed laying in vice captain Miller for the first before a deflection from Andy Cook put them well in the driving seat.

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Wapping 3 Ipswich II 3

Ipswich were left holding on for a point in this match after throwing away a 2-0 half time lead.

Ipswich started this game with a high tempo after a poor recent run of form and shot off into a 2-0 lead in the first 10 minutes with Reed laying in vice captain Miller for the first before a deflection from Andy Cook put them well in the driving seat.


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Within 30 seconds of the restart, Ipswich's most consistent player of the season Paul Calver gave the ball away cheaply and let Wapping back in.

Just when Ipswich seemed to have weathered the storm they went down to nine men with Patel and Miller sent off, but grit and determination saw Ipswich hold out.

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As soon as Ipswich were back to eleven however Reed the gave away cheap ball and it was 2-2.

Shortly after the re-start Ipswich went up the other end and Cook made it 3-2, but no sooner after that Ipswich were pegged back to 3-3 and were down to ten as Underwood was sent off.

One positive note was the performance of Josh Fry, making his full debut at right back, who hardly put a foot wrong in what is a massive step up. Ipswich will be hoping for more of the same from Fry and Josh Godfrey in weeks to come.

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