Away league match played on 05 September 2016.
Kicked off at 6:00 PM

Filey Town Foxes Res & Friends - 5
Goal Sports Giants - 3 - T.Stubbings, Pickard, Atkinson

The Eyres Scaffolding MOTM - Marvin Atkinson (Pictured)

Attendance - 22

Report by Randy Bloomshield, Scarborough News Of The World

As performances go, this was certainly in the Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde category as the Goal Sports boys threw away a 3 goalshot to neil lead and some how managed to concede 5. Including two home goalshots!!!

What an opening first quarter it was as the boys were expertly marshalled in to position throughout, looking incredibly well drilled and right sick as set up to pounce on an interception like a prowling Peasholm flasher on an unsuspecting victim about to get a full blast of the down stairs regions.

The game plan was working a sweet treat as a Foxes midfield pass was picked off and John Grayston was released on to a through ball. Unfortunately for our hero the chance went a begging and Seaside Tommy Wilde would have a triple chance shortly after that somehow managed to end up over the white beam and not in the goaldenyers soccer goal interior.

The deadlock was broken on 24 minutes as Plumpton and Stubbings played a bit of pass down the left. The wide man cut in field and unleashed to find the top corner with the help of a straggling glovemans hand that resulted in a negative hand denial and clever soccer by Stubbings.

Marvin Atkinson was causing all sorts of problems for the opposition as his muscular frame and all round bigness saw him find numerous pockets of space to advance, and generally do real good tings.

Keir Smith no bounce headkicked over from a flag kick and the Giants had to make do with a 1 to neil lead at the first quarter time completion whistle.

Half Time Neil v 1

Concentration, work rate and shape were the key messages of the orange sucking time and it seemed it had sunk in as Marvin Atkinson inserted from close quarters and celebrated with his trademark Tresor Lumana Lua Lua backflip and gymnastic celebration in honour of his hero on 47 minutes.

The Giants were flying and a long boot clear by Pwilly found Marvin Atkinson once again, and with some neat footwork and sheer raw power which he found from deep down inside, our midfield ace was in the clear down the left side channel of the DBZ (Danger Box Zone for newbies) and he had the vision of a hawk to find Little Skip at the far stick as he inserted nice for 3's.

The Filey boys were madder than the incredible Hulk after some other Super Hero's called his mum real mean names, but whistle Lord Chalk saw no hand ball and the goalshot was registered.

It was on 63 minutens where the seemingly Hyde like performance came out to play as the Foxes lined up a routine flag kick of their own.

The ball swirled in to the DBZ at headkick height and Giants number 1 Pwilly made himself look a bit of real douche as he punched in to his own onion bag for no reason. Game on!

The away side were looking nervy, none more so than Stewie Wilson as he made his way on to a long aimless punt over the purples back line.

GOALSHOT! Wilson sensationally fires the soccer ball in to his own soccer goal interior to reduce the lead to one. What a douche bag!

This is the second time Wilson has goalshotted in to his own SGI in the matter of months, it stinks of an inside job from someone and our number 2 may well have to be investigated in the coming days.

The Goal Sports boys were now like the herd of little Dinosaurs running in fear of the real big T-Rex thing on Jurrassic Park 3, as the Foxes, like the T-Rex thing - sensed blood!

The equalisation goalshot didn't have long to rear its ugly head, and was quickly followed by a fourth and fifth, leaving Coach Plumpton real sad and slightly mad at such a comfortable position ending up in complete disaster.

The Giants now face a battle to keep their asses from being relegationalized as they prop up the Super League B going in to Wednesday nights fixture with the Cayton Corinthians Res??


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