Ipswich Town vs Barnet U21s

Ipswich Town vs Barnet U21s

Postby buzzinbee » 30 Sep 2012, 11:16

U18s beat Ipswich 2-1 yesterday at the Hive, up at Ipswich training ground today, second half is being played for the U21s. Score so far 1-1. From TWTD site: Jon Fortune for Barnet (34), Jack Marriott for Town (39). Even apparently, Barnet shading it.
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Re: Ipswich Town vs Barnet U21s

Postby jerroll » 30 Sep 2012, 12:18

Finished 2-3 according to same site.
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Re: Ipswich Town vs Barnet U21s

Postby ACEFACE » 30 Sep 2012, 12:49

Watched the U-18's at the Hive, second win on the bounce and a young keeper from the u16's playing that only turned 15 last month !
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Re: Ipswich Town vs Barnet U21s

Postby buzzinbee » 30 Sep 2012, 12:51

jerroll wrote:Finished 2-3 according to same site.


Iffy Allen for the second one. Wonder who was in goal for us as with the current status of our keepers!

Hat-trick for Ipswich lad Jack Marriott who is describe by that site as "He’s a little bit like young Paul Dickov - he’ll run into people, smack into people. If you were marking him you’d want to kick him! He’d drive you mad."

Up next bottom of the table for the Ladies vs second place Leeds at Farsley AFC.
FT 2-0 to Leeds
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Re: Ipswich Town vs Barnet U21s

Postby buzzinbee » 01 Oct 2012, 11:38

Apart from Fortune & Allen, Sykes was back from his trip up to Scotland, Lowe, Gambin, Yiadom who by the sounds of it had a good game & in goal for us Matt Gill, anyone know of Matt?

U21s report by James Ager from TWTD below:

Town's U21 side came from behind to beat Barnet 3-2 at Playford Road on Sunday morning. A hat-trick from academy striker Jack Marriott sealed the win for Mark Kennedy's young side.

Town didn't field a single overage outfield player with Cheick Kourouma and Byron Lawrence the two most well-known players on show. Trialist keeper Rhys Taylor, who was released by Chelsea in the summer, was in goal.

The visitors came close to opening the scoring after eight minutes but Taylor produced a fine reflex save to push George Sykes's header onto the bar before Kyle Hammond cleared the danger.

As the first half progressed, few chances were created until Barnet took the lead on 34 minutes. Andy Yiadom's header back across the area found former Charlton defender Jon Fortune who prodded the ball in from close range.

Soon after, Blues skipper Joe Whight volleyed Lawrence's corner over when he should have hit the target, before Town did equalise on 39.

David October's long ball was inadvertently headed into the path of Marriott by Jamal Hachet and the young striker confidently slotted the ball past keeper Matt Gill.

Taylor comfortably saved Jamal Lowe's weak effort before Marriott could have given Town an unlikely half-time lead, but his touch was too heavy and the ball ran through to the grateful Gill.

Marriott had another chance to put Town ahead on 53 after a good ball from Tom Winter, but this time Gill stood up well and saved.

The visitors regained the lead a minute later when Lowe cut the ball back to Iffy Allen who placed his shot just inside the post from the edge of the box.

However, Marriott equalised for the second time shortly after the hour mark when he fired home from six yards after the visitors failed to deal with a corner.

Taylor then fumbled the impressive Luke Gambin's shot from the edge of the area, but the keeper gathered before Lowe could pounce.

The Blues came close to taking the lead with nine minutes remaining when Lawrence's corner caused a goalmouth scramble. Hammond's header was blocked on the line before Amir Berkane's strike was somehow kept out by Gill.

Taylor blocked well from Yiadom after Gambin's pull back, before Marriott claimed his hat-trick as the final whistle approached. He burst past Fortune before setting up Lawrence, whose shot was blocked, but the ball fell kindly to Marriott who slammed in the winner.

It was a fairly unconvincing display from Town's youngsters, although Whight looked solid at centre-half. Kourouma still seemed a little off the pace, while trialist Taylor made a few good stops and wasn't at fault for either Barnet goal.

Ipswich Town U21s: Taylor, Hammond, October, Berkane (Willbye 88), Thorsteinsson, Whight, Winter, Kourouma (Leddy 76), Marriott, Lawrence, Timlin. Unused: Crowe, Robinson, Thompson.
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Re: Ipswich Town vs Barnet U21s

Postby BeeArmy » 30 Oct 2012, 19:15

What was the team? :?:
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