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Murphy's Dublin Double Wins It For Ipswich

Murphy's Dublin Double Wins It For Ipswich

Daryl Murphy got Ipswich Town's pre-seaon off to a winning start with two goals at Shelbourne.

Murphy's brace proved to be the only goals in a game pretty much dominated by the Blues who uses a different side in each half.

The Irish striker, who has signed on permanently for Town now, took advantage of a first half cock up in the Shels' defence to put Town ahead.

Murphy then finished from the impressive Byron Lawrence in the second half but was denied a hat-trick.

Town had Scott Loach in goal in the first half and Dean Gerken in the second with he former U's stopper making a couple of good saves in an impressive enough trial.



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Writer:Sean O'Blue
Date:Sunday July 7 2013
Time: 11:42AM

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