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Blues Held To 3-3 Draw By County

Former Manchester United midfielder hit the pick of Town's three goals but Mick McCarthy's men shipped goals at the back to end up with a draw.

Luke Hyam headed Ipswich into a first half lead from a Jay Tabb cross and Daryl Murphy extended Town's lead before former Blues attacker Danny Haynes pulled one back for Notts.

Tunnicliffe fired Town back into a two goal lead with a stunning 35-yard free kick but Chris Kiwomya's County exploited all the changes Tow made to hit back.

Former Chelsea youngster Adam Coombes fired in before Yoan Arquin levelled with a fine solo run sprinting 40 yards before banging in past Dean Gerken in the away goal.




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Writer: Midlander Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday July 27 2013

Time: 7:06PM

 

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