**Super League B Result**
*Smash & Grab*
Goal Sports Giants - 1 - Heritage
Scalby Otters - 2
The Eyres Scaffolding MOTM - Stewie Wilson (Pictured)
Attendance - 4
By Randy Bloomshield, Scarborough News Of The World.
The Goal Sports Giants once again chucked away the chance of a W with yet another late show of anti-awesomeness, conceding an equalization in the 85th, and a late winner in the final minute before the hooter, after what had been a much improved display.
The purple uniformed soccer franchise were looking the part in the early knockings as the forward 3 of Prentinho, Le'Friett and Ian boar were causing the Otters all sorts of problems with their pace and trickery.
After several woeful one on one opportunities that went a begging, Ian Boar finally stained the Otters goal tenders sheets with a swoosh of his right cleat on 22 as he met the end of a Le’Friett kicked pass.
It was by no means a road containing one way traffic, as the Otters were threatening like some pikey chav after a few beers in his local drinking hole anytime they got in the final third - and a chance just before the half time hooter flashed over Pwillys bar to keep the at 1 and 0 in a period which had seen the away side's tempers flare, and whistle lord Pashby dish out his minor felony card to some naughty bad boys who were getting real mad and sad.
First Period - 1 v Neil
TS7 found himself through on goal, only to be thwarted by the away stopper, who was having himself some soccer game it must be said, and goalscoring sensation Ian Boar lumped another chance wide shortly after.
It is at times like these when a team wishes it contained goalscoring legend Gary Goals, as fans and players alike began to get the famous bum twitching sensation as the score remained at one goal separation, seeing Scalby well and truly still in the game.
Everyone knows the Giants can't afford Gary's game by game rider, but club Chairman Pete is rumoured to be delving deep in to his hidden floorboard and paying "whatever it takes" to find his beloved purples the goal machine they crave to win Super League games.
"I'll take it back to boxing - if you don't knock out your opponent there is always a chance he will knock you out" said Pete post-match, as he stood, head in hands, in floods or tears as he saw the boys throw away the game late doors.
Like a granny being sent out by the grandkids to walk the new boisterous puppy - Goal Sports just can't hold on to the lead at the moment, as a cross shot flashed across goal, stinging Pwilly's palms and falling to an onrushing Otter who goaltucked to send his boys in to raptures.
The lead had gone, the momentum had swung more than a Fifa 17 match, and in the final minute Scalby stole the game as Dan Peel crashed home from inside the DBZ to finalize the smash and grab scenario.
Another sickening defeat that leaves the Giants ranked in 9th place in the Super League ladder, staring relegationalization in the face if they continue to be bad at sports.
Coach Plumpton will undoubtedly watch numerous YouTube videos, read tactical manuals, and research brand new game winning techniques ready for next week’s hugely important clash with the Filey Foxes second string, who defeated the Giants early season with the help of a number of first team heroes.
Will the season finally turn for the Giants? Will they stop missing the soccer goal with their soccer goal shots? Can they hold on to a lead and actually claim a W?
Tune in next week to find right out!.......
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