IT WAS a good night for the two Ipswich teams in the CNet Training Suffolk Senior Cup.
Both Ipswich Wanderers and Ipswich Town Under-18s won their second-round ties on Tuesday to reach this season’s quarter-finals.
Two second-half goals from Danny Thrower, the second from the penalty spot, saw Wanderers defeat fellow Thurlow Nunn League Division One side AFC Sudbury Reserves 2-0 at Humber Doucy Lane.
That win sets up a home tie against Macron SIL Senior Division outfit Old Newton United.
Danny Thrower (blue shirt) looks on as his shot beats AFC Sudbury Reserves goalkeeper Sam Wright to give Ipswich Wanderers the lead. Top: Thrower (left) is congratulated by team-mate George Mrozek after scoring his second from the penalty spot: Photographs: Paul Voller
Ipswich Town Under-18s were comfortable 5-1 winners at Framlingham Town, with Zak Brown netting a hat-trick and Fraser Alexander and Cameron Stewart one apiece.
Max Willett gave the home team a brief glimmer of hope when he scored after 48 minutes to make the score 2-1, but Stewart restored the two-goal advantage just three minutes later.
Ipswich Town will now travel to SIL Senior Division side Henley Athletic in the last eight on February 1st next year.
The revised quarter-final line-up is as follows:
Cranes Sports v Leiston Reserves
Debenham LC v Coplestonians
Ipswich Wanderers v Old Newton United
Henley Athletic v Ipswich Town Under-18s
Ties to be played on Saturday, February 1st 2020, kick-offs 2pm.
CNet Training Suffolk Senior Cup Second Round: Framlingham Town 1 Ipswich Town 5, Ipswich Wanderers 2 AFC Sudbury Res 0.
Days Sports Suffolk Senior Reserve Cup Second Round: Lakenheath v Cornard Utd (8pm).