ALI Koiki continued his fine start to the season with a hat-trick taking him to six Burnley Under-23 goals for the new campaign.

The left-sided player fired Steve Stone's side to a 3-1 win over Ipswich at Curzon Ashton's Tameside Stadium yesterday.

Koiki scored two penalties before adding a third as the Clarets made it back-to-back Professional Development League wins and six games unbeaten.

A young Burnley side had a new goalkeeper in their ranks, Dane Lukas Jensen having been signed after a successful spell on trial with the club.

The 20-year-old has played second tier football in his homeland and is no relation to former Clarets favourite Brian.

Jensen nearly had a clean sheet on debut but Ipswich, who had some senior players in a more experienced line-up, scored a late consolation goal through Riley Scott with time almost up.

Lewis Richardson, 16, won both of the penalties scored by Koiki, the first coming from a foul by former Accrington Stanley man Toto Nsiala and the second after he was tripped by Tractor Boys goalkeeper Adam Przybek.

The teenager was also involved in the third goal, his shot parried with Koiki on hand to complete his hat-trick and take home the match-ball with a first senior hat-trick.

The 20-year-old spent pre-season with Sean Dyche's first team having finished last season on loan in League Two with Swindon.