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#myitfcpic – Your pictures from before, during and after Ipswich Town’s 2-1 win over Barnsley!

PUBLISHED: 10:35 13 August 2017

@Charlie__Ling was among the Ipswich Town fans on Twitter using the #myitfcpic hashtag at Barnsley.

@Charlie__Ling was among the Ipswich Town fans on Twitter using the #myitfcpic hashtag at Barnsley.

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Ipswich Town made it three wins in a row as super subs David McGoldrick and Martyn Waghorn both scored as Town beat Barnsley 2-1 at Oakwell to continue the perfect start to the season and you’ve been sharing your photos of the day using the #myitfcpic hashtag on Twitter.

David McGoldrick and Martyn Waghorn both scored after stepping off the bench at half-time as Ipswich Town came from-behind to win 2-1 at Barnsley to keep up the perfect start to the 2017-18 campaign.

More than 500 teenagers in Kesgrave will get free icards this summer alongside thousands of Ipswich youngsters, after councillors put together a zero-hour effort to secure the additional cards.

A large increase in field fires during the hot weather is exposing a “gaping hole” in fire cover, the firefighters’ union claims.

Motorists travelling eastbound on the A14 experienced serious delays after an accident on the Orwell Bridge.

A number of firefighters are still at the scene of a huge blaze which spread across Suffolk farmland, fanned by strong winds.

A large-scale fire has broken out in Brightwell, with ten vehicles sent to tackle the blaze.

Work to convert a former town centre nightclub into a new ‘easyHotel’ should be complete by this September.

Ipswich council bosses have vowed to make the entrance to the Waterfront “something we can all be proud of” as part of its new million pound investment in the gateway.

Four one-month-old otters get shown how to swim for the first time.

They are happy, smiling faces of 1960s pupils having fun while enjoying a great education.

Suffolk leaders have granted a six figure sum of cash to improve domestic abuse support services in the county – including plans for a dedicated contact point.

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