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Ingram continues to impress

22 April 2013

Matt Ingram continued his fine start to life between the posts for the Chairboys with another superb display against Barnet on Saturday.

The 19-year-old was Wanderers’ stand-out performer at Underhill and made a string of fine stops, before finally being beaten by Jake Hyde’s close-range finish 10 minutes from time.

When asked if it was his best game for the Blues, Ingram said: “I would say it was definitely my busiest!

“Before the defence had been excellent and they’ve helped me out a lot. I thought they were excellent again, but more shots came through and I just had to do my bit.

“We never got going really, but I made a few saves.

“It was unfortunate that we didn’t get anything at the end, but as I said we never got going. They are fighting for survival, but it was a great stop from their goalkeeper at the end (to save Joel Grant’s penalty).”

Saturday’s opponents Port Vale are expected to sell-out their allocation for the final day of the season and Ingram says he is already looking forward to trying to finish the campaign on a high in front of the Adams Park faithful.

He added: “Hopefully the fans will all come down and we’ll get a good result. I’m loving playing at Adams Park and the support really helps me.

“The fans were brilliant again at Barnet as they have been all season.”

, by ringing the ticket office on 01494 441118 or by visiting the Information Centre at Adams Tickets are still available for Saturday’s game and start from £5 for kids and £16 for adults. Book

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