Seamer Dynamo - 1
Goal Sports Giants - 5 - Stubbings (2), Pickard, Friett, Burrows
The Eyres Scaffolding MOM – Tyson Stubbings (Pictured)
The Everley Fan Of The Match - Frankenstein (Pictured)
Attendance - 22
Report by Randy Bloomshield - Scarborough News Of The World
On the frightful hallows eve, in which a real zombie was spotted pitch side at the Stadion Del Sport today; the Giants played their neatest soccer of the season, and booked their place in the next round of the Scarborough Cup of Nations with an absolute goalshot massacre of their opponent!
So there was a question that all Giant’s fans have been asking on their way to the game; -
Who won the skeleton beauty contest? No Body.
No, not that; could they do a big performance on a big stage, against big boys?
The Giants could be forgiven for having their minds in other places, with tonight being the exciting night of candy collecting door to door with parents, face painting and pumpkin carving.
This was not the case as they served up their own Halloween treat for the travelling fans from Rudston.
Kieran Le’Friett ended his 4 game and 360 minute goal drought as he slotted under the Dynamo goal denyer on 16 minutes to give the away side the lead with great aplomb after a tidy flick from number 31 Daniel Pollard.
Le’Friett should have doubled the lead a couple of minutes later, but unbelievably had his own personal horror show as he fired over from a yard out - with the goal gaping! The Frenchman’s only defence seemingly was the fact a spooky Zombie was patrolling behind the Dynamo goal, and everyone know Le’Friett is scared of monsters that roam the night, especially the ones who haven’t pulled 2pm onwards in local Boro’s drinking holes - that usually go home with Ayton Bulldogs midfielder Daniel Appleby.
Dynamo struck back moments later, as a menacing looking break by the yellow and blue uniforms saw da bad man weave through the Giant back line. This made Plumpton very sad and he took it in to his own hands to give away a minor felony 20 yards out.
The Dynamo man proceeded to take his time, breathe deeply and fire a goal shot around the wall and in to the back of Tom Peacocks soccer goal interior to score the equalisation.
The remaining minutes of the first period was about as exciting as looking at Geoff Osguthorpe’s vacation pictures on facebook - and the scores were tied as the hooter hooted.
1st Period – 1 v 1
The major turning point of the soccer tie came just after the half time hooter, with debutant baller David Mitchell (Pictured) being deemed to have caused a felony on the Dynamo front man just inside the 18 yard danger zone. After close investigation by the match official Johnathan Chalk, he deemed the rippling centre half to have felled his opponent as he ran past, and in his eyes the Seamer man - tripped and fell over Mitchells giant torso causing a death strike to be awarded.
Up stepped a confident baddy, who quoted “Ive never missed a pen”
It all happened so fast and before you knew it the Giants were celebrating as the Seamer dude fired wide, and justice was served like Jeremy Kyle dishing a verbal volley and finding the tattooed no toothed bloke of some hoochys kid actually the father after the all-important DNA test!
Mitchell, Reddish and Wilson were like a scary looking Mummy at the back, all 3 keeping the Dynamo forward under wraps at all times - and the 12 yard death strike was the last the Giants saw of any real threat on their soccer goal.
At the other end Tyson Stubbings was quite literally scaring the opposition back line every time he got the ball as they tried everything to stop him, including felony kicks, felony smashes and at one point hand cuffs – but the ginger hero smashed home the 2nd ghoul of the game after zipping past several challenges in the 18 yard danger zone.
The same player showed that on the day of witching it is also customary to give to young boys who come a calling – and Dan Pickard was dat guy on 58 minutes as he leapt like a bush kangaroo to nod home a corner strike and give his side a 2 ghoul cushion, knocking out a couple more of his teeth with the sheer force of the head kick.
The Super League B Dynamo franchise must have felt they were locked in a spooky dark dungeon, as they just couldn’t get out - and Stubbings scored a ghoul not too dissimilar to his first as he evaded challenges a plenty and fired into the lower 90, and that looked like game set and snatch right there!
With the away purple franchise dominizing the pass kicks and goalshot attempts, it's no real surprise that they added to their goalshot haul as Edward Burrows fired an unstoppable sledgehammer of a shot in to the upper benjamin to finish the tie on 75 moments and hammer in the final nail in Dracula’s coffin.
So with a place in the next round booked the Giants following know they are one more step to glory, with a place in the quarter final in the treat bumbag and a real happy camp out on the razzle tonight!
Coach Plumpton was equally pleased as he told Randy Bloomshield post showers “I’m absolutely thrilled at the performance, to go out there and beat those guys really good is incredibly pleasing, and shows how far we have come – mainly from town, but a few players drove further to get to the game”
“I am excited for next week’s challenge and also not being the smallest player on the pitch when we take on Lee Brennan’s Lealholm Whitecaps Soccer Franchise FC in the Harbour Bar trophy!” he added.
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