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Andre Dozzell an unused substitute as England Under-19s reach European Championship Final

PUBLISHED: 19:30 12 July 2017 | UPDATED: 19:30 12 July 2017

Andre Dozzell in action for England. Photo: Andrew Boyers, Action Images

Andre Dozzell in action for England. Photo: Andrew Boyers, Action Images

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Ipswich Town midfielder Andre Dozzell was an unused substitute as England Under-19s booked their place in the European Championship Final with a last-gasp win over the Czech Republic.

Manchester City striker Lukas Nmecha converted with an audacious heeled flick deep into stoppage-time following a marauding run from Tottenham winger Marcus Edwards.

Keith Downing’s side will now face Portugal in Saturday’s final hoping to replicate the success of England’s U20s, who won the World Cup last month, with the U21s having lost to Germany on penalties in the semi-finals of their European Championships.

Dozzell – who is playing up an age group – started all three of the Young Three Lions’ impressive group wins against Bulgaria (2-0), Holland (1-0) and Germany (4-1) out in Georgia, but suffered an early impact injury to his hip in the victory over the Germans and lost his place in the side as a result.

The historic Ipswich pub that once hosted Ed Sheeran have officially shut with the owners hoping that it can be re-opened.

The housing market may be showing signs of a pre-Brexit slowdown, but your home still went up in value in Suffolk more so than in Norfolk over the summer, according to the latest figures.

Storm Bronagh has headed away from our region this morning but the windy conditions are set to stay with us.

A sold-out gala dinner in memory of a ‘larger than life’ Suffolk rugby player who fell ill and died during a match last year has hugely exceeded fundraisers’ expectations.

We’re giving away £20,000 worth of books to primary schools in Suffolk – has your school signed up?

Hundreds of affordable homes are on the way, in Suffolk and Essex, in a major deal - worth £45m, between Colchester-based housing assocation, Colne Housing, and private housebuilders.

A team of Ipswich volunteers removed 15kg of rubbish from a nearby beach.

A new brain injury centre named after world-famous scientist Prof Stepehen Hawking is set to open in Ipswich.

Ipswich Hospital staff swapped their scrubs for trainers as they took on the Great East Run and raised thousands for charity.

More reports of doorstep callers selling household products and claiming to belong to a rehabilitation scheme have been made in parts of Suffolk.

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