Home league match played on 10 December 2016.
Kicked off at 2:00 PM

**Super League B Result**

*12 Goal Slobberkocker*

Goal Sports Giants - 5 - TS7 (2), Le'Friett, Atkinson, Plumpton

Filey Foxes - 7

The Eyres Scaffolding MOTM - TS7 (Pictured)

Attendance - 12

By Randy Bloomshield, Scarborough News Of The World.

The Goal Sports Giants were left crying in to their half pints of dark fruit as their kindergarten style deefense left them real sad about the game of soccer once again.

The club had been frothing at the tip for the hugely anticipationalized rematch with the Foxes, as no fewer than 29 soccer players declared their availability for everyone’s favourite purple outfit.

The squad was pumped, ready for battle and the Storm Roofing Arena would be the fitting place for such a gigantor of a Super League B clash.

It took only 5 minutes of soccer action to turn those smiles upside down as Plumpton missed a routine clearance, sending a Fox clear down the right side.

Deefense guys give chase, closing down the angle as the Fox dude fired real hard at Pwilly. Within moments the sheets were stained, no longer pristine clean as the hitman fired home after an initial hand denial.

An injury to Keir Smith after a “heavy” challenge saw the Giants rejig at the back with regular skipper little skip entering the fray from the subshack.

Smith has been having a bad time of late, being grounded for well over 2 months since the away day at Yarm, failing to do anything about his rascal hairstyle, and now our youngster looks set for a spell on the sidelines and a date with club Dr, Dr Leg.

The challenges were coming in thick and fast as the Foxes dished out a number of slide felonys under the watchful eyes of today’s match official Jason Fenwick who stepped in at short notice to officiate the tie due to our apparent lack of whistle lords in and around the area to which we are massively thankful.

Rudston once again was witnessing the home side struggle to take a foothold in the game, as the Filey boys bossed it with their bulldog approach.

TS7 outta nowhere inserted the equalization goalshot with a deflected effort from 20 on 24 minutes, and just for a moment the watching purple faithful had that warm glow in their stomachs, and it wasn’t due to any form of warm drink made by Auntie Sam.

Parity was short lived as minutes later the Foxes were awarded a flag kick. The resulting swirly whirly kick made its way in to the 6 yards extreme danger box zone, and a failed punch by Pwilly saw the ball enter his soccer goal to make the score two to one to the bad guys.

It would be our whistle guy who would take centre stage on 32 minutes as a deathstrike, the first of two quick fire deathstrikes, would be awarded against Tom Collins for an aggressive assault inside the DBZ in which the away forward was very lucky he was not killed in action.

Pwilly had no chance as the ball smashed in to the back of the onion bag and the Foxes added to it minutes later as Dan Pickard went proper ham on some strike guy and cut the poor lad in two with what can only be described as a “whirlwind tackle” never ever seen before in the local game.

The Giants slumped in to the locker room knowing they had let themselves down, their families down and most importantly Pete down with the score at 4 to 1.

Second Period.

Coach Plumpton, the master of the tactical formational change rolled out the 343 not seen since the 2k15/16 days, and it made an instant impact which saw TS7 race clear, showing great strength and he outstockied his opponent and rounded the goaldenyer, thus giving just a glimmer of hope on 51.

The comeback of all comebacks then actually became a possibility on 58 as a Van Persie, Spain v Netherlands, 2014 World cup, head kick roared over the top of the Foxes stopper after a dece kick by Stubbings in set up.

Once again the glimmer of hope was extinguished like one unnamed Giants chances of a sexual encounter this morning at only the foreplay stage, as a defensive lapse saw the scores take another turn at 6 to 3.

Returning Giants lover and real life player Marvin Atkinson, who loves only Leeds Utd football club more than his beloved Goal Sports, scored his 2nd of the season, and 2nd vs Filey after a sensational dummy by debutant James.R.Twinn on 74.

Filey kicked in another on the slide but it would be Plumpton who would round off the scoring, banking top gambler and today’s res team ace Brad Parkin a tidy profit after he had £10 cash on the pint sized free kick ace to net the final goal of the day – and he did exactly that with an exquisite free kick from 22 yards which had more whip than a Mr Whippy 99, more curve than an Australian boomerang, and as much accuracy as that bird from the Hunger Games with a bow and arrow. What a strike….

Parkin will be sure to blow his winnings on more stuffed toys for his girlfriend that’s not really his girlfriend as he’s too shy and nervous to commit with Xmas just around the corner she will be expecting nice things for sure now.

So that’s that, another crushing defeat, more players on the injury table, and just one more fixture to round off the year in the form of the Snainton Rabitohs in what is set to be a pivotal relegationalize encounter!
#OneMoreStep2WorldDomination #GoalFest #WeCanNotDefend #WeKickedItInGoodThough #IbraTwinnovic #FreeKickWizard #Floodlights

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