What went on in the past five days at Town
The U23s were in action again on Monday as they faced Burnley at Playford Road. Idris El Mizouni and Barry Cotter struck for Town in the first half as Gerard Nash's side secured a 2-0 victory over The Clarets. Kayden Jackson played 75 minutes for Blues.
And a selection of Blues first-team players and coaching staff took to the tee in the Club's Golf Day at Ufford Park. Kieron Dyer took home the prize for ITFC's Champion Golfer while Ipswich Witches won the team award. See more here.
Town announced that they are looking for a special mum to take on the role of Community Champion when Blues face Hull City at Portman Road on March 30 - a day before Mother's Day.
If you would like to nominate your mum to be Community Champion for the Tigers clash please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Myles Kenlock spoke openly about his season at the Club. The 22-year-old full-back revealed that he was looking to go out on loan at the beginning of the campaign, but is now pleased that patience has paid off for him as he benefits from regular first-team football.
Gwion Edwaeds also visited St Matthew's Primary School to help launch Fairtrade's new initiative of presenting a Fairtrade football to every primary school in Ipswich in 2019.
Alan Judge was named in Republic of Ireland's provisional squad for their upcoming Euro qualifiers against Gibraltar and Georgia.
And the Blues boss revealed that the Club are in talks with skipper Luke Chambers, Will Keane and Judge regarding their futures at Town.
Edwards was also on press duty.
The U23s faced Barnsley away from home. Blues continued their unbeaten run as they came from two goals down to draw 2-2 at the Oakwell Training Ground. El Mizouni and Kai Brown netted for the visitors in three second-half minutes.
Town take on West Brom at The Hawthorns [kick-off 3pm].
The U18s face Bolton Wanderers at Playford Road [kick-off 11am]. Admission is free for all supporters wishing to attend.