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Gillingham 0-2 Ipswich

Gillingham 0-2 Ipswich

Our trip to the MEMS Priestfield Stadium earlier today ended in another impressive victory for manager Mick McCarthy and the boys.

The hugely impressive Alex Henshall again played a big part as he fired us into the lead inside of the opening 60 seconds of the match and Luke Hyam used his head to double our advantage in the second half.

McCarthy used the game as an opportunity to see trialists Kevin Bru and Balint Bajner who both started the game, but Stephen Hunt missed out with his calf injury still troubling him.

For a full match report please click here.

Ipswich:

Gerken, Veseli (Hewitt 45), Chambers (Berra 76), Smith, Parr (Mings 76), Stewart (Nouble 76), Bru (Hyam 57), Skuse (Wordsworth 76), Henshall (Anderson 61), Bajner (Murphy 70), Taylor (Marriott 45).

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Saturday July 26 2014
Time: 8:32PM

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