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Bury 0 Burnley 1
10:03pm Tuesday 24th July 2012 in News
DANNY Ings is no longer a teen, but remains one of Burnley’s bright attacking hopes for the new season.
The day after celebrating his 20th birthday, the striker added to his pre-season goal tally to make it back-to-back friendly wins.
After beating Altrincham 4-1 on Saturday, in which Ings scored the second, manager Eddie Howe expected a sterner test from League One Bury.
He was proved right, as Richie Barker’s men, including veteran stopper Efe Sodje, put up greater resistance.
But birthday boy Ings eventually ground them down to maintain a winning start to pre-season.
BURNLEY (first half): Brian Jensen; Kieran Trippier, Michael Duff, Ben Mee, Joseph Mills; Dean Marney; George Porter, Ross Wallace, Alex MacDonald, Junior Stanislas; Charlie Austin
BURNLEY (second half): Lee Grant; Kevin Long, David Edgar, Jason Shackell; Luke O’Neill, Keith Treacy, Steven Hewitt, Chris McCann, Daniel Lafferty; Danny Ings, Martin Paterson.
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