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Sean St Ledger and Noel Hunt have both joined Mick McCarthy's Ipswich

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St Ledger: scored Ireland's only goal at Euro 2012.
St Ledger: scored Ireland's only goal at Euro 2012.
Image: Ipswich Town via Twitter

SEAN ST LEDGER and Noel Hunt have joined the Irish band of brothers at Ipswich Town.

St Ledger signs on a short-term deal which is reported to run until the end of January.

The Ireland defender has been out of contract since leaving Leicester City at the end of last season and obviously did enough to impress manager Mick McCarthy in a trial earlier this week.

Waterford striker Hunt, 31, joins on loan from Leeds United and will be reunited again with older brother Stephen. The two previously played together at Reading.

Hunt has only made two appearances for Leeds this season, one as a sub.

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