In pictures: New Blues Bersant Celina and Dominic Iorfa make debuts as Ipswich Town beat Peterborough

PUBLISHED: 10:45 19 July 2017 | UPDATED: 10:45 19 July 2017

Dominic Iorfa in action against Peterborough shielding the ball from Lewis Freestone. Pictures: PAGEPIX LTD

Dominic Iorfa in action against Peterborough shielding the ball from Lewis Freestone. Pictures: PAGEPIX LTD

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Ipswich Town continued their unbeaten pre-season last night with a 3-1 win at Peterborough United, in which a couple of new signings saw their first action in a Town shirt.

Dominic Iorfa in action against Peterborough Dominic Iorfa in action against Peterborough

New striker Joe Garner, signed from Rangers for £750k, bagged a brace for the Blues, taking his tally to five in three games so far.

A happy Joe Garner celebrates his second goal at Peterborough last nightA happy Joe Garner celebrates his second goal at Peterborough last night

There were first outings for speedy left-winger Bersant Celina – signed on loan from Manchester City for a season – and athletic right-back Dominic Iorfa, who joined from Wolves on loan for the season last week.

Bersant Celina has a second half shot saved at PeterboroughBersant Celina has a second half shot saved at Peterborough

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Joe Garner celebrates at Peterborough last nightJoe Garner celebrates at Peterborough last night

Celina supplied an assist for one of Garner’s goals while Iorfa, who’s been compared to former Town star Tyrone Mings, didn’t see much of the ball in his time on pitch.

Teddy Bishop shoots at PeterboroughTeddy Bishop shoots at Peterborough

David McGoldrick scored the other for Town, who debuted their new red away kit. Former Town academy star Jack Marriott snatched the only goal for Posh.

Town fans at the Abax Stadium on Tuesday for the friendly between Peterborough and IpswichTown fans at the Abax Stadium on Tuesday for the friendly between Peterborough and Ipswich

Young midfielder Flynn Downes continued to catch the eye, while Grant Ward and New Zealand international Monty Patterson also impressed.

Things get a little un-friendly at the Abax Stadium as Tommy Smith takes exception to Peterborough's Ricky Miller and his challenge on himThings get a little un-friendly at the Abax Stadium as Tommy Smith takes exception to Peterborough's Ricky Miller and his challenge on him

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Ben Morris heads the ball into the ground at the far post during the second match against PeterboroughBen Morris heads the ball into the ground at the far post during the second match against Peterborough

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