Away league match played on 21 January 2017.
Kicked off at 2:00 PM

Scalby Otters - 3

Goal Sports Giants - 6 – Beeby (2), Stubbings (2), Le’Friett, Wilde (p)

The Eyres Scaffolding

MOTM - Jadams (Pictured)

The Everley Fan Of The Match – Jessica CookAttendance - 7By Randy Bloomshield,

Scarborough News of The World.

A second half demolition job from TS7, Beeby, Le'Friett and a Seaside Tommy Wilde death strike saw the Goal Sports Giants soccer franchise leave the field with wigwams in their undercrackers after a quite scintillating final quarter of action.

A huge ‘big up ya bad self must be given to today’s stand in official Phil Perry, who made haste to the game due to a refereeing no show – and did a sterling job with the whistle and card equipment combo.

Once the soccer got underway with a what is now known as a traditional centre kick, the Giants were looking a threat from the off in forward areas.

After a couple of nearly moments it would be the home side that would take the lead, with Jadams the culprit for bad soccer after a pass that was so bad it’s rumoured his father is wanting to relace his soccer boots to show him how it’s done!After a couple of kicks the final big kick hit the back of Pwilly’s soccer goal and a guy in yellow celebrated as the deadlock had been broken on 15 mins and 37 seconds.

The game resembled more of a basketball match with neither team in control of the pigskin for any length of time, but Neil Prentice continued his recent revival with a side foot pass assist to TS7, who finished well after a trademark no pass to team mate and run around the bad guys and shoot type of action from range.

It was now the Otters on the ropes and from the resulting restart Plumpton leapt on to a loose ball in midfield, spotted the run of Beebs up top and faster than Gemma Collins to the evening spread at a friend’s wedding – the Giants had turned it around real nice to 2 and 1.

The yellow uniforms were real mad and tried even harder to do better soccer, and it would be Jadams again who sparked muffling rumours he was some sort of Otter mole, being paid to see the home side take the W – that would be the guy to do a bad with a poorly placed head kick on 27 that resulted in an Otter kicking right in to Pwillys soccer goal once again.

The game was having more twists and turns than an Eastfield fairground ride and the yellow submarines as they are keen to be known turned the game on its head once again with another insertion, this time from outside the 18yard dbz making the score 3 and 2 to the home birds.

First Quarter – 3 v 2It was now down to the coaching team to inspire a comeback, as many a Giant looked as deflated as an Andy Thorpe car tyre after a home game at Kilham – and coach Plumpton demanded more heart, more passion, desire, oh and side foot passing to people in the same shirt.

Coach Pete was also real mad as he recalled a time when he was wrapped up in a bunker, sheltered from the WW2 German bombers whilst clutching to his prized rabbit teddy and fearing for his life back in the old days when everthing was black and white.

Nobody knows for certain which piece of advice would prove to be catalyst for what was to come but the Rudstoners came out with brim fire and gusto in their hearts and the performance levels rose quicker than Jake Adams heartbeat in a Pindar school English lesson.

The impressive home stopper was quickly called in to action as TS7 squandered a one on one from close range after being deployed in a more familiar left wing attack position, and the Giants began to grab the bull by the horns as they say in the pro game.

After coming close on a few occasions, finally the equalisation would be struck, and it would be dat guy Kieran Le’Friett who would prove to be the inspiration for the end game as his 20 yard fizzing curly wurly strike found the bottom corner, resulting in numerous celebratory beeps from the Smith family saloon which today contained all family members not actually on the soccer field.

Le'Friett was almost moments away form making his way to the subshack, as coach Plumpton admitted later in the day a player exchange was nearly made.

Way to go Le'Friett for turning your life around and doing a good.

Yet again the game turned quicker than Brazilian skill sensation and twin brother of our very own Greymar Jnr, Neymar, as the Giants took the lead through their clinical striker.

Le’Friett’s goal had invigorated him tenfold as his team mates were like, good gracious dem skillz bodacious as he turned an ice cold day in to a flaming hot moment.

that saw Mike Beeby take off all his clothes in celebration with another composed and clinical short ranged insertion on 64 minutes.

Some important interventions from deefense dudes Smith, Wilson and now right centre back after a first half stinker – Parkin were stopping the Otters dead in their tracks but it would be now midfield lynchpin and no longer deefense bad player, Jake Adams, who would be the guy to make the midfield engine room his own as he released TS7 down the right to slot home from a real cute angle.

Jadams was thrilled as he told Gail Hailstorm post match how much the turnaround had meant to him “I’m so thrilled, nobody knows how much this turnaround means to me but I’d like to dedicate my performance to my team mates for playing so bad in the first quarter and putting up with my bad kicks and headkicks”“I’d also like to thank my Dad for spurring me on and claiming he is better than me still”“How can he be, he’s so slow even Seaside would beat him in a race” Added a mighty thrilled Jadams at the locker rooms.

The Scalby boys were now the team in deflation as some completely downed tools and refused to even run and kick the ball good and Seaside Tommy Wilde hammered in the final nail in the coffin with a well struck deathstrike on 87 minutes to finish the revival in style after TS7 was hurt bad in a tackle.

Coach Plumpton was more than thrilled with the performance as he admitted at the post match presser to the throng of press, including myself Randy from the Scarborough News Of the World, who always gets the best and most exclusive post match interviews due to being a big deal in the reporting world.

“This game and performance is something we have been lacking ever since we created Goal Sports, and the first time we have actually won a game in 1 and a half seasons when losing at half time”“Our pansy sissy pants mentality has been there too long and finally just finally we may have now turned a corner and learnt how to show a bit of heart when the going gets tough”“Long may it continue” said the `Small One’Next week is the return battle with the Snainton Rabitoh’s who will be smarting after being demolished at Rudston several games ago.

Will the Giants come out on top once again? Will the Rabbitoh’s take their own revenge? Tune in next week to find out!#OneMoreStep2WorldDomination #YouCantStopTheBeebs #BeebysOnFireAndYourDeefenseIsRightScared #WilderStrikesAgain #Revival #Soccer

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