Home league match played on 17 September 2016.
Kicked off at 2:00 PM

**Super League B Result**

Seamer Dynamo Res - 2

Goal Sports Giants - Neil

The Eyres Scaffolding MOTM - Tom Pwilly (Pictured)

Attendance - 74

Report by Randy Bloomshield, Scarborough News Of The World

The Goal Sports Giants left the Stadion Del Sport, Seamer looking sadder than the end of ET, as ex Boro Sharks Tommy Adams downed the purple uniforms with an accomplished display of awesomeness for the Dynamo.

In truth the score line quite flattered the away side as Tom Pwilly in the away soccer goal produced some wonderfully fantastic hand denials to keep out the baddies and keep the score down to help his chums.

The game started in positive fashion as Mike Greymar scooped just wide from 25, with the home sides goal-denyer well and truly stranded in his DBZ.

Both sides were trading soccer attacks, and the Dynamo struck the white beam with Pwilly beaten, and our goaltending hero was doing right good goaltending to keep the boys in the game.

Greymar, who is of Brazilian origin, found himself a yard of space on 12 yards, but sadly for the Giants his shot failed to stain the clean sheet of the Dynamo stopper.

The score was still locked at zero's going in to the 28th minute, only for a set piece, just like the last soccer tie - to prove the downfall for the Rudston based outfit.

A recycled ball out to the flag kick taker was whizzed in and the same guy put it right on the money for Adams who fired home and made no mistake to break the deadlock.

As the home side dominationorized the pigskin the Giants were adopting a counter attacking style of play, and Keir Smith picked out stand in wide man Dog Whitehead on the edge of the DBZ.

A deft touch to Stubbings saw the naturally ginger wide man (Don't be fooled by this bottle coloured do) race clear to the Dynamo net with Le'Friett up alongside him screaming “passe-moi le ballon vous gingembre bâtard » which we can only assume was pass please in his native tongue due to having no French speakers within the club bar Le’Friett .

Stubbings obliged and produced a succulent side foot pass to Le'Friett which saw him walk the ball in to the empty, net and the Giants had what they thought was the equalization, only to sensationally look up and see the Dynamo flag bearer with a huge erection. After consultation with the whistle lord the goal shot was chalked off the scoreboard. Much to the disappointment of the travelling fans, who had mostly come from the Denness household and wore club memorabilia of their twinny heroes in support.

First Quarter 1 v Neil

The second period followed a similar pattern to the first, with the game broken up with a ton of felonys, lots of moaning and whining, and Seamer doing good soccer which was foiled by Pwilly.

The Giants number 1 was in inspired form as he produced a heroic double stop at close quarters that brought back memories of legendary goaltender Neville Southall in his Bradford City days. Some say they are a similar shape also.....

Dynamo once again struck the bar from range, but it would be more controversy in the opposite DBZ as Stubbings, 22, found himself felled as he raced on to a through ball - only to be denied the death strike for a reason only known to the whistle lord!

Seamer's superiority was established shortly after as ANOTHER set piece cause the undoing of the Keir Smith & Liam Glaves expertly ran back door, and Tom Adams thumped home his second of the game and killed off the chances of the victory points heading up Staxton hill.

A valiant effort from the boys, with a whole host of ballers missing, and we hope the squad can be bolstered with a new signing or two before next week's tough Scarborough FA Cup clash with the Duchess Dragons at Rudston.

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