***FRANK WHITE WORLD SERIES RESULT***
Commercial Crabs - 0 - Neil
Goal Sports Giants - 4 – Prentice (2), Le'Friett, Pickard
The Eyres Scaffolding MOM – Neil Prentice (Pictured)
The Everley Fan Of The Match – Dan Jones (Pictured)
Attendance - 9
Report by Randy Bloomshield, Scarborough News Of The World
The Commercial Crabs were left to eat a huge slice of humble crab pie today after giving it big licks to the Giants pre match on Social media (See pic)
You will need:
• 2- 9″ deep pie crusts (baked 3 minutes and cooled)
• 1 lb. lump crab meat *
• 4 eggs
• 2 Tbsp. flour
• 1 cup mayonnaise
• 1 cup whole milk
• 8 oz. shredded Swiss cheese
• 8 oz. shredded Cheddar cheese
• 2 tsp. Old Bay seasoning
• 1- Tbsp. finely chopped onion
• 1- Tbsp. finely chopped green pepper
• Pre-heat oven to 350º – par bake your crust for 3 minutes.
We used Pillsbury pie dough and it worked out great. We did spray the pie pans with Pam spray to keep the crust from sticking.
• Combine eggs, flour, mayonnaise and milk, mix well. Add remainder of the ingredients (except crab meat) and mix well.
• Fold in crab meat and try not to separate the lumps of crab meat too much. Pour into 2 separate pie crusts, sprinkle with additional Old Bay Seasoning.
• Bake at 350º for 50 minutes or until knife comes out clean. (Check at about 40 minutes to avoid burning, since ovens vary)
• Baked in your favorite pie crust, with a simple list of ingredients, Crab Pie is astoundingly delicious. Think crab cake meets quiche. Spend the 90 minutes or so it takes to make (from start to finish), and you will be glad you did. After all, it’s crab. It’s pie. It’s a winner!
Giants number 8 Neil Prentice is looking forward to the above recipe this evening as he sits down with his bae and cooks her our freshly sourced crab dish of the day.
“She will absolutely love it. I’m actually thinking of popping the question tonight with this meal as it just seems the right thing to do”
“I’ve always been interested in dressing up in the bedroom and with my morale high, this dish looking mighty fine – I am going to try my luck and see if I can get her in that Thunderbirds outfit and fulfil my bedroom fantasy” said our hero post-match to our touchline reporter Gail Hailstorm.
This huge cup clash almost started in the worst possible way as today’s Goal Denyer Stefan Campbell sensationally turned up late, couldn’t see the team and unbelievably almost went home leaving the Giants without a number 1 (Phil Hill not inc). To make matters worse for our goaltending expert he then realised 2 minutes before KO he had left his gloves in his car!!
Luckily for our hero, and the rest of the boys Neil Prentice was in sparkling form and he finished with aplomb with a left footed shotbanger from 18 after some Matt Le’Tissier style juggling by real tall guy Tom Duckworth in the Giants midfield zoned area.
It was a mighty fine strike by today’s right back which left coach Plumpton wondering why he can’t connect with the ball like that on a more regular basis, rather than shooting high wide and handsome, and with his toes when hitting 94% of his shots!
The two Super League C Soccer franchises were going at it like a couple of adult movie stars in the Olivers Mount mud pit and Macauley Youngson fired home on 20 minutes only to see a flag erection halt his celebrations for the home side.
After wiping away the tears Youngson was at it again as last week’s MVP Brad Parkin missed the ball in the 18 yard danger zone and the pigskin found the crab striker bearing down on goal.
Luckily Parkin possesses real fast Sonic the Hedgehog style speed and a last gasp challenge was enough to put Youngson off and hammer over from 8.8 yards.
Like meeting up with a 15 year old when you have a beautiful wife and child at home the Crab’s keeper made a similar mistake on 42 moments of the clash.
No 1 Matty Rowley went all Yanick Bolasie, trying to weave his way out of danger, only to see great pressure by Giants wide man Tom “Elmohamady” Hudson, which caused the goal denyer to panic like a granny walking alone up Eastfield top shops, and he released a slack pass which was pounced upon by today’s stand in skipper Kieran Le Friett.
Our hero does not miss from the edge of the 18 yard danger zone with the goal naked, and he goal tucked to make it two and zero and send the boys in to the half time with a commanding lead.
First Period – 2 v 0
The Crabs have sucked real bad in deefense this year, conceding 60 goalshots in 14 league games and Sub Shack dweller Dan Pickard was the next to insert the proverbial fist to their now well and truly stained sheets.
After emerging from the side-lines, and out of the shadows of a 2 month ban for a major felony card, our hero was itching like a man with an STD to get back in to the action, and Prentice released him in the clear like the “Running Dinosaur” scene off Jurassic Park and our Velociraptor-esque wide man did the business from close range with Rowley rooted, scared and now visibly upset on his goal line, having to be consoled by team mate Ryan Summers and Adam Smith.
“I proper hate teenagers” said NineTEEN year old Smith after Giant’s baller Dog Whitehead was felled in the centre after a firm but fair challenge.
The Crabs were well and truly smelling like an old sea trawler and the Giants were like Adam Johnson in a dark car behind a Chinese in the late stages as they came on strong, pushing for more.
J Reddish went close, and should have goal tucked on 73 after some neat build up play and the same man also went close from a Giant flag kick soon after.
Black guy in white guys body Neil Prentice was lighting up the game like a 5th November firework and he seduced the pigskin with quite unbelievable first touch tekkers before whizzing another un-Prentice like finish past the Crab keeper, who by this point in the game had phoned mum to come and pick him up in a hope the bad times would go away.
With calls of “Come on lads it’s only 3” by a Crab forward (It was 4 mate) , it just wasn’t getting any better for the home side, especially as they found Giants goal denyer Stefan Campbell in excellent form, forcing two close range hand and foot denials in the last couple of knockings and keeping his sheet unstained real good.
A final mention must also go to Brad Parkin who had his blood turned from A to O after being left sprawled on the deck by the Crab burly front man. The Giant’s fans could not believe it as Parkin had been impressing of late, and this in some fans eyes may have ruined all his recent progress. Quite rightly so!
And that was that. The boys have done it, reaching their second SemEye Final of the season, but this time in the biggest trophy of the campaign – The Frank White World Series.
Who will we get? Well the winner of Hunmanby Hornets Res and the It is It is Rovers Soccer Franchise will be the answer to that one and we pray to the lord Shearer above, please let it be not at Olivers Mount!!!!
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