Martin Paterson scored twice as Huddersfield Town Under 21s won 4-1 at Ipswich Town.
Philip Billing and Matt Crooks were also on target in the come-from-behind victory.
It was a first win in three Professional Development League games for Frankie Bunn’s charges.
They suffered defeats at home to Crystal Palace (3-2) and at Crewe Alexandra (3-1) after opening the campaign with a 4-1 home success against Bristol City.
As well as Northern Ireland striker Paterson, who is returning from a knee injury, Town fielded defender Anthony Gerrard, who has had a calf problem, as an overage player.
Neither has played a first-team match this term after picking up the injuries during pre-season.
Ipswich, who gave a trial to former West Ham midfielder Jack Collison, took a ninth-minute lead through Cory Galvin before Paterson’s first in the 14th minute.
The Town man then had a shot cleared off the line.
The other three goals all came after the break.
Ipswich keeper Michael Crowe made good blocks to deny both Crooks and substitute Sondre Tronstad as the visitors took complete charge.
It was a first defeat of the season for the Suffolk side.
Team: Allinson; Boyle (W), Gerrard, Wright, Wilkinson; Crooks, Sinnott, Billing, Lolley; Carr, Paterson. Subs: Wilczynski, Tronstad, Atkinson, Holmes (B), Bojaj.