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Posted Friday, March 16th 2018

Report: Bristol City U23s 0-1 Ipswich Town U23s

An early goal saw ten-man City Under-23s slip to defeat against Ipswich Town in Filton.

Ben Folami netted after just four minutes for the Tractor Boys at the Stoke Gifford Stadium in the Development League encounter.

City rallied in the second half, but their cause wasn't helped by the dismissal of goalkeeper Alhaji Sesay 12 minutes from the end.

The result ended City's four-match unbeaten run in all competitions.

 City Under-23s: Sesay, Turner-Williams, Nurse, Bakinson, Harvey Smith, Turner, Ali (Robertson), Richards, Akpobire (Day), Allen (Semenyo), Rees. Subs not used: Burford, Z.Smith.

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