Goal Sports Giants 7 - Greymar (3), Johnson (2), Pickard, Hill
Filey Town Foxes Thirds - 0
The Eyres Scaffolding MOM – Mike Greymar (Pictured)
The Everley Fan Of The Match – Tyson Stubbings (Pictured)
Attendance - 8
If you thought Greymar was some sort of super hero goal machine getting baller, with the physique of Jan Koller and the baldy head to match. You would be right! Greymar has been awakened, and all of Filey know about it!!!
Greymar, and the rest of the Giants finally participized in the great league of the Super League yesterday. The C league ladder in fact. It was our hero, who by using his volleying force, managed to bag himself his first career hatty, and MOM award to boot!
The game had been changed to the Theatre of Books, Hull Uni, due to Rudston being in no fit state for balling after last week’s shocking weather conditions, with the pitch looking like the remains of the Great Battle of Endor. It was here that the Rebel Alliance won its most crucial victory over the Galactic Empire, as you will all almost certainly know, thanks to the help of Plumpton and his fellow Ewoks.
The change in venue was of course a worry for the Giants management team of Coach Plumpton and Coach Pete.
“I’m just worried we won’t be able to do as many switches on this smaller pitch” was heard through the grill in the home changing rooms by Pete, as our touchline reporter Gail Hailstorm pressed her ear to the panel for hot gossip and inside team news.
The Giants lined up with a new goal denyer in the shape of Joe Mills. This guy is hadn’t played in the pipes for a while, and the king of the long boot was desperate to leave the game with an unstained sheet on debut.
The early knockings saw a scrappy affair, with the ball spending several minutes off the field at the Filey Road Stand due to the north sea winds, and unbelievably one big ‘av it of a clearance even made its way on to the main road. The force was certainly strong with that kick.
Now I know what you are thinking? Did Coach Plumpton run off the pitch to go chase down his beloved soccer with the fear of losing yet another prized possession? Absolutely no. Tyson Stubbings scaled the fence like the true Eastfielder that he his and made sure no bad storm troopers pinched it.
The deadlock was broken on 16 minutes as Neil Prentice did a good, and Greymar got nice and Wookie in the box as the ball fell to the big guy and he volleyed home for one Neil, bringing out his polish the shiny head cello as he wheeled away in joy.
It quickly became one way traffic like that road past Snowy’s and the Bingo as the Giants, and Greymar made it two, with the big number 9 poking home his second volley of the game!
Some of the bad guys on the Filey Town Foxes Soccer Franchise began to lose their head as Lord of the Rings Gollum look-a-like “Smeg” (Pictured) took it upon himself to try and single handedly boss the engine room as he turned to the Giants midfield and announced “he would boss them”, before hurting himself in a challenge and leaving the field of play with a bad leg frown emoticon
The Filey Foxes back line must have felt like the Dinosaurs right before a flaming ball of asteroid came down and wiped them all out, as Greymar found himself with enough room to swing a cat in the 18 yard danger zone and Giants No 4 Plumpton picked him out with a slide rule pass, and you know our hero would do the rest. Goal Shot!
The 4th goal finally gave us a different scorer as Huddersfield leg-end Phil Hill, who can tell you everything you need to know about his great village was found on the end of a Kieran Le’Friett flag kick, and Hill goal-tucked at the back stick, much to the celebrations of big John Hill who was today our club photographer. Big John embraced Phil in the cello and was overheard saying “Phil, you must be a jedi, because you’re the obi-wan for me!” as he patted him on the back and sent him on his way to the half way line.
“Your ass is getting fired real soon” was chanted at the Filey Foxes management by the abundance of Team Bae’s and fans, as the half time hooter brought a close to the first quarter.
Giants 4 v Foxes Neil
Last week’s soccer bad boy Dan Pickard, who some are saying has turned to the Dark Side, was brought on from the Subshack, with coach Plumpton asking him to spend some time in there and think about what he had done last week before returning to the battlefield.
Pickard made an instant apology and began to pay back his coach by confirmarizing the victory points with the 5th goal of the game after some good work by fellow sub, and team heart throb Seaside Tommy Wilde on 67 mins.
Greymar’s headkick tekkers were causing all sorts of problems for his opposite number and the home side were picking up all sorts of pieces from the big Joe Mills goal kick bungs.
Greymar was tearing it up so bad he was as much of a big deal as the star of the new Star Wars movie –Hans Yolo.
The final change out of the sub shack saw recently turned 16 year old Aaron Johnson come striding out. Looking a bit nervous, but ready for his first taste of Giants, and men’s football action.
It didn’t take our new hero long to make an impact either as the Foxes deefense yet again were in Alderaan places and nowhere near the purples as Pollard raced through unmarked and casually side foot passed the ball to Johnson to net his first goal for the club. Johnson was incredibly excited to leave the field to ring his parents to give them the good news!
A whole host of chances came and went with Plumpton spurning more than his fair share, but the half was redeemed by a sublime touch of naughtiness by Pollard who plucked the ball out of the air like an Irish man selecting only the finest apples for his Magners cider – with care, ease and tekker-tastic ability!
As a Filey foxes boy left the field as he was puffed out and just didn’t fancy it anymore the Giants slammed home a 7th as Johnson bagged his second from a Greymar cross, showing that our hero not only is a taker, but he loves to give it too. The Giants fans will never know if Johnson really did have a lightsabre in his shorts, or was he just super pleased with his brace???
And that was that, the end of 2015 soccerness as the Giants end the year unbeaten in the Super League and they trudged their way in to get out of their mucky PE kits, thankful the league had moved kick off to an earlier time with the light becoming a touch on the dark side. And nobody likes the Dark Side…….
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