**Super League B Result**
Goal Sports Giants - 3 - T.Stubbings (2), 1OG
Cayton Corinthians RES? - 3
The Eyres Scaffolding MOTM - Tyson Stubbings (Pictured)
Attendance - 4
Report by Randy Bloomshield, Scarborough News Of The World
2 games, 2 leads, no victory points for the Giants!
This time our band of heroes managed to throw away a 3-1 goalshot score line with 15 minutes to go, and come away with only a share of the spoils as a flying Corinthian did a no bounce head kick to hit the equalization point and cause a whole world of pain for the men in purple with the last touch of the encounter.
TS7 who recently turned 21 and is once again starting the season in love found the top corner of Ross Gills soccer goal after 23 minutes. Gill was real mad, like standing on Lego that you didn't know was there mad - and he let all his Cayton buddies know about it with a volley of abuse.
The Giants had got their act together after a slow start, mainly due to the makeshift line up at their disposal due to a plethora of injuries and unavailable heroes, including our Trialist A who would surely have been the game changer :(
Cayton were the next to notch as they punished the wasteful home side as Stu Wilson had his kegs pulled down on 20 and Jack Pinder made his way in to the DBZ and fired past Pwilly for 1's.
Just before the break it was the turn of Gill to go proper sick again as Stubbings, who was ripping his opposite number a new one - fired a shot across goal that ricochet in off an unsuspecting Cayton deefense guy in the middle. The Giants were back in front!
First Period - 2 v 1
Wilder and Atkinson were pulling the proverbial strings in the centre which saw Stubbings weave his magic once more on 55, this time on the right, and finished the move to raptuous applause from the home dugout that saw Parkin celebrate with his shirt off and a big cuddle to anyone close enough to grab. He was real pleased.
The improving Le'Friett, who like most of the side was in a makeshift position in the middle was the next to go close as he managed to plant a free header at the Cayton goal-denyer from all of 6 yards.
The chances, like Monday had come thick and fast all game and like the dinner of a small child, it was incredibly sloppy and a real mess at times as Atkinson, Stubbings, Grayston all had opportunites throughout the clash to add to the team tally only to be thrwarted one way or another.
The Corinthians pinged over a long ball on 75 that saw Pwilly routed, and the green uniformed forward smashed home to reduce the deficit and make his team believe and feel real good inside.
That real good inside feeling became a full trouser tent as the last head kick of the game saw the away side snatch a share of the spoils and see the Giants frustratingly blow another prime position that could, and maybe should see them sat on 6 points right now.
But everyone knows Soccer is not about if's buts and maybes, it's about kicking the ball in the soccer goal more times than the other guys and this is exactly where the Giants must look to improve if they want to be the greatest team in purple that this city has ever seen!
A small break until a week Saturday until our next match, with the Seamer Dynamo Reserves Soccer Franchise up next. Can this be the time to pick up the maximum point haul?!