|Town Lose Galway Cup Final But Knight Wins Player of Tournament Sat 06th Aug 2016|
The Blues’ U15s were beaten 3-0 by Dublin side Cherry Orchard in the final of the Galway Cup this afternoon but Town’s Ben Knight was named the Player of the Tournament.
|Draw Sees U15s Finish Third Fri 08th Aug 2014|
Town’s U15s drew 1-1 with Scunthorpe in their final group game at the Macron Galway Cup.
|U15s Back to Winning Ways Fri 08th Aug 2014|
Town’s U15s got back to winning ways at the Macron Galway Cup this morning via a 3-1 victory over Mexican side Chivas Guadalajara with Dan Muamba, Tristan Nydam and Charlie Brown netting the goals.
|U15s Lose to Republic of Ireland Thu 07th Aug 2014|
Town’s U15s lost 4-2 to the Republic of Ireland in their second game at the Macron Galway Cup this morning with Flynn Downes and Charlie Brown on target for the Blues.
|U15s Off to Winning Start at Galway Cup Wed 06th Aug 2014|
Town’s U15s got off to a winning start at the Macron Galway Cup in Ireland this evening as goals from Callum Fullwood, Nathan Dennis and Andre Dozzell saw them to a 3-2 victory over US side DC United.
|U15s in Action at Galway Cup Wed 06th Aug 2014|
Town’s U15s are in action at the Macron Galway Cup in Ireland this week and play their first match against US side DC United this afternoon.
|Town Set to Be Unchanged Against Doncaster Fri 11th Apr 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy looks set to name an unchanged side for Doncaster’s visit to Portman Road on Saturday. Left-back Aaron Cresswell is expected to be fit having suffered a groin problem during Tuesday’s 2-0 victory at Huddersfield.
|Green Out To Complete Incredible Journey With Town Thu 13th Feb 2014|
Ipswich new boy Paul Green still believes he is on target to complete his incredible journey from non-league to the Premier League.
|McCarthy Hoping Hyam Isn't Missed Fri 24th Jan 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy hopes Town won’t miss midfielder Luke Hyam during his time out of the side due to the gashed leg he suffered at Millwall last week. The 22-year-old misses Saturday’s home game against Reading and is likely to be sidelined for around three weeks.
|McCarthy Out for Wins But Happy With Draws Thu 26th Dec 2013|
Boss Mick McCarthy says he’ll be sending his Town side out to win at Doncaster today and at Bournemouth on Sunday, but admits he’d be happy to take a point from both Christmas away games.
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