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Twitter Moments: Fans have their say on Ipswich Town’s 2-2 draw with Hull City at the KCOM Stadium

PUBLISHED: 17:59 18 November 2017 | UPDATED: 19:23 18 November 2017

@benhughesday shared his thoughts as Town drew 2-2 with Hull City

@benhughesday shared his thoughts as Town drew 2-2 with Hull City

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Jordan Spence scores late equaliser for Ipswich as the blues earns a point at the KCOM Stadium.

Ipswich draw their first game in 25 matches as Jordan Spence netted an 88th minute equaliser as Town drew 2-2 at Hull City.

The Blues got off to the perfect start when forward David McGoldrick gave Town the lead in the sixth minute but the Tigers levelled through Jarrod Bowen midway through the first half, before Nouha Dicko put the hosts in front just six minutes after the restart.

On the 75 minute David McGoldrick pentalty was saved by City keeper Allan McGregor but Jordan Spence scored his third goal of the season in the 88th mintue to earn Town a point at Hull.

Here is a selection of tweets from Town fans.

Highways chiefs are monitoring gusts and wind speeds as Storm Ali makes its way to Suffolk.

A man who was racially abusive to a Suffolk bus driver after he was asked to stop drinking alcohol from a bottle has been jailed for 70 weeks.

A tree brought down in today’s high winds is has blocked part of the B1067 near Bramford.

A prisoner has absconded while on leave from an Ipswich medical facility.

Ipswich is finally getting a brand new buffet restaurant in the town centre after two years of planning and development.

Broadcaster, author, explorer and geographer Nicholas Crane will be speaking on the challenges facing Suffolk’s coastline at a conference in the county next month.

A fallen tree is blocking the railway tracks at Needham Market causing severe disruption to passengers.

A traditional pub in Suffolk has become the first in Britain to go cashless, its landlord has said.

We have been all over Ipswich visiting primary schools to take pictures of your children in their new classes - find out when you can pick up your copy.

The site of a former fertiliser factory in Ipswich which has stood derelict for 30 years is set to be developed for homes – despite concerns over contaminated land, noise and lack of affordable homes.

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