Only just back from a dislocated shoulder he suffered in pre-season, 'Slabs' sniffed out a poacher's goal to put us in the driving seat midway through the first half of this FA Premier League South clash at Stevenage Borough.
It was Slabber's first goal since January and just the boost he needed in only his second start after three months out.
Eddie Silva Sousa was on target again for his fifth goal in seven games as we controlled the first half.
Silva Sousa's lovely strike arrived after just two minutes. Johnnie Jackson attacked a hanging cross from Yeates, the ball was only half-cleared and fell to Silva Sousa who half-volleyed into top corner from 16 yards.
Andy Barcham's industy down the right flank caught the eye in that first half and he helped set up the second for Slabber. Mauricio Taricco played Barcham in between full-back and centre-back, he drove the ball across goal and Slabber slid into to covert for 2-0 after 27 minutes.
Ipswich struggled to carve out a chance in the first half but enjoyed their best spells of possession either side of the interval as the lads slipped slightly into cruise control.
Rodrigo Defendi, excellent on the night, glanced Jackson's free-kick just wide after 53 minutes before Nicky Eyre was seriously tested for the first and only time as Pablo Counago found space in the box and flashed in a shot that the keeper palmed away at full stretch.
We struggled to find the same tempo as the first half with Mark Yeates looking our biggest threat down the left and he was involved in our last effort of note, cutting inside before laying the ball square for Barcham whose shot was well saved by Shane Supple.
GUIDE TO THE ACTION
2mins: GOAL. First real attack, Jackson attacked hanging cross from Yeates, ball only half-cleared because of that pressure and fell to Silva Sousa who half-volleyed into top corner from 16 yards.
Spurs 1, Ipswich Town 0
10mins: Slabber attempted spectacular volley from 25 yards, landed somewhere near corner flag.
13mins: Decent move ended with Taricco laying in Barcham, right channel, fizzed cross in that Jackson, Silva Sousa and Slabber all went for but ended up getting in way of each other.
17mins: Taricco robbed in midfield, early pass sent Counago away, good pressure from Defendi did enough to force shot over.
22mins: GOAL. Lovely move as Hughes played Barcham inside left-back, low cross across face of goal, defender looked favourite to clear but Slabber sliding in managed to convert.
Spurs 2, Ipswich Town 0
27mins: Vicious Jackson corner only headed into air by Hogg, Hughes onto it but couldn't get enough power on header to trouble Supple.
35mins: Hogg curled free-kick just wide from 25 yards.
42mins: Ipswich's best spell, Counago break into box, cut back for Murray to strike but Defendi there to block.
44mins: Craig low cross only needed to be touched in but Knights failed to make contact at near post and McKie hacked away.
Half-time: Spurs 2, Ipswich Town 0
53mins: Jackson free-kick right into danger area, Defendi rose highest but glanced header wide from eight yards.
59mins: SAVE. Eyre at full stretch to palm away after Counago found a yard of space in the penalty area.
63mins: Sloppy on the ball at the moment and almost punished when Counago went through again but failed to hit the target from tight angle.
69mins: Hughes fed Barcham right side, pace took him beyond defender, low shot saved to his left by Supple.
71mins: SAVE. Taricco long throw caught out Collins and sent away Yeates, squared to supporting Barcham who cut onto his left foot and forced fine save from Supple diving to his left.
82mins: Counago laid ball back for Hogg to strike from 15 yards, got hold of it but three players charged it down.
Full-time: Spurs 2, Ipswich Town 0
Line-ups: Spurs: Eyre, Taricco, McKie, O'Donoghue (McKenna, 68), Defendi, Hughes, Jackson, Barcham (O'Hara, 89), Yeates, Silva Sousa (Price, 78), Slabber. Subs: Forecast, Malcolm.
Ipswich Town: Supple, Atay, Craig, Mitchell, Collins, Hogg, Murray (Clarke, 70), Manning, Counago, Knights, Richards. Subs: Flack, Patten, Synnott, Garvan.
Jamie Slabber was back on the scoresheet as our reserves made it seven wins in eight games against Ipswich Town on Monday night.