**The FA Cup Result**
*Game of 2 Periods*
Seamer Dynamo Res - 2
Goal Sports Giants - 1 - Plumpton
The Eyres Scaffolding MOTM - Stewie Wilson (Pictured)
The Everley Fan Of The Match – Brad Parkin (Pictured)
Attendance - 18
Report by Randy Bloomshield, Scarborough News Of The World
The Goal Sports franchise has not done too good in the Scarborough SLB League so far, losing a whole bunch of games and looking like they're gonna go get their asses relegationized if they don't do some better deefense real soon. But today was a welcome break from league action, and another huge clash with the Dynamo.
Not even a Mark Plumpton 35 yard thunderbolt could put a smile on the Giants fans faces as the purple garment wearing Rudstoners once again found themselves on the losing side at the Stadion Del Sport come the full time hooter. There wasn't even an inkling of a smile from one time huge Goal Sports die hards - The Smiths, who still really hate Coach Plumpton for having a real potty mouth on a recent away day and have seemingly lowered their love for the club ever since :(
The game couldn't have started in worse fashion for Goal Sports as Seamer found themselves two goals up within 20 minutes. Coach Plumptons game plan was well and truly torn up, chewed up and spat out as The Dynamo dominated the opening exchanges with their huge physical prowess and being generally much harderness.
A free kick was awarded 25 yards out from Pwillys goal, which was a dubious awardment at best, but a swizler of a cross found Tommy Adams unmarked at the back post and he did as he did in the last clash between the teams - a real good headkick from a set piece, and that put his boys in front.
Within minutes the bad guys had made it two, fumbling in from close range after a cross from the wide position of the danger box zone. It had all gone wrong again.....
Somehow the boys made it in to the locker room at only two, with Dynamo dominizing the possessionalization stats at 80 to 20 with ease.
First Period 2 v Neil
As the home side had fired in two goalshots, the Giants knew they needed to score two of their own to avoid defeat and take a share of the spoils in to deathstrikes, and just like magic the boys turned in to a real good team from a real bad one in the second period and almost found themselves in the land of awesomeness at the 90.
Whether it was the wizardry of last week's Harry Potter world attendee Tyson Stubbings and his half time "Alohomora" spell, a new change in tactic by coach Pete involving X Factors, way more Red Arrows and a couple of doughnuts - nobody could really say. But the Giants came out a completely different side, kicking way better than they had before in this tie.
Paul Oldroyd, who was on team debut, fired a hopeful shot at stand in goal denyer Dan Kelly in the Seamer goal. Kelly went all Roy Carroll vs Southampton when Le Tissier fired a shot which seemingly had no chance of hitting the SGI - only to see Carroll let it spill through his legs and gaping huge hole and cross the line....sadly for the Giants the Whistle Lord was way way away and had no chance of seeing if it had crossed the white line. Although like last week, some fans clearly thought it had!
With a high pressing game being adopted the possessionalization stats were now being brought much closer together and the Giants would finally get on the scoresheet on 67 minutes with a goal of sublime beauty, skill and incredible tekkers.
Moments after a truly woeful free kick from the edge of the DBZ, Plumpton received the ball at pace from Kelly in the Seamer goal who had dispatched a restart. Plumpton, with the ball whizzing around like a firework sent it back from whence it came with a strike that American Fighter jets would have been proud of when bombing Syrian bad guys - with the missile finding its target and finally staining the goal denyers sheets. The boys were back in it and Frank Lampard would have been proud of that one!
Sadly that was as good as it got as Oldroyd and Le'Friett decided to pass their chances to the goal-denyer, and Stubbings thrashed a 20 yard volley over the horizontal white beam with the seconds ticking down.
A hugely promising response from the dismal first half was about as good as it got from today's game, as The Dynamo take their place in the next round of the FA Cup and possibly look forward to a plum tie against some huge opponents.
Up next for our boys sees a huge relegationalizing match against Rossete next week, who are the only side below the Giants in the Super League ladder! Crikey we are sh*t!!
#OneMoreStep2WorldDomination #Lampardesque #HeCantDoItAllOnHisOwnLads #DynamoWin #FACupDreamOver #ItsNotOurYear