**Super League B Result**
*Man Like Yates Inspires Giants*
Goal Sports Giants - 5 - T.Stubbings (3), Grayston, Fraser
Seamer Dynamo - 3
The Eyres Scaffolding MOTM– Tyson Stubbings (Pictured)
Attendance - 28
By Randy Bloomshield, Scarborough News of The World.
A goal shot shooting spree from TS7 and pals saw the purple uniformed soccer franchise excel to real good levels of awesomeness tonight at the Storm Roofing Arena in which a whole load of Giants fans came out to sample the spring like sunshine.
One fan, who recently sent in her Goalette pic for a later month said "I have been part of the Goal Sports purple nation for a short time, but like banging Norwegian trance music - it is now deep inside my veins" said Abi Smith, 22, of Kilham residence, as she took a moment to chat with touchline reporter and all round proper hot babe Gail Hailstorm this evening.
The home side roared in to the lead in spectacular fashion as Liam Fraser (Pictured) slammed home an unstoppable no bouncer from 20 yards of range that the Seamer hand and foot denial master could get nowhere near with only 8 minutes on the stadium clock! What a hit son, what a hit!
Within minutes of the Rudston scoreboard clocking its first goalshot, Clive, 74, was wheeling the numbers again as the Giants inserted in to the soccer goal interior with another fantastic kicked shot - this time by TS7 after a raking pass by stand in captain Jadams who kicked right nice and big for the ginger whippet to run on to.
Seamer, who were once coached by Patrick Parke, and because of this have that never say die attitude to soccer and would absolutely not lie down and be beaten, and within 37 seconds some guy in a blue PE kit ran through the Giants backline and slotted in to stain Pwillys once clean sheets and reduce the arrears by one goalshot.
It was now the Giants turn to look around looking for friends to hug as they felt so sorry for themselves, and poor Brad Parkin was looking like the time he packed bae in Bluey but didn’t really mean it, as he was nowa sking to come off as he wanted to eat a whole tub of Ben and Jerrys by himself and almost certainly watch a rom-com - but the home side rode the storm and came out the right side of it with a lightening like counter that saw John Grayston break his virginity as he slammed home with power and grace that restored the 2 goal cushion for the Giants.
The scourge of the Giants this season vs the Dynamo has been Tommy Adams and his aerial head kick abilities could not be stopped once again as he crashed home a free header from a flag kick on 32 minutes to excite the fans even more as they had now seen a staggering 5 goals already this first period! It was obvious Adams had spent several hours on the soccer field one on one with ex coach Parke, practicing head kicks just like this after the rest of the lads had gone home from training.
Stubbings, who incidentally is brave, ginger and strong in equal measures was determined to have the last laugh before the half time hooter and his silky skills and blistering pace saw him run on to another raking midfield ball, and with his farjer screaming "lollipop" from the side-lines there was only one outcome here - a lobbed effort that nestled in to the pokey and the Giants were once again climbing up Mount Awesome with another sublime display.
4 v 2
Injuries to Liam Fraser (Tuppence) and Tom Collins (sat down too fast and couldn’t acclimatise to the gravity change from his lofty 6ft 8 usual standing) saw Tommy Hudson and Coach Plumpton emerge out of the sub shack and in to the red hot sunshine.
The second stanza was a scrappy affair with multiple shelled balls from the Giants who released their inner Scarborough Athletic on the Dynamo boys.
Dynamo had no answer, moving away from the Parke blueprint that had been written down for the club to follow, which read "pass and move to the Paddy Parke groove", and they too went for the long ball hollywoodesque approach and struggled to make inroads to the solid looking Keir Smith bossing Giants back door.
Stubbings completed his hat tip on 67 minutes, running straight for his father to give him that big cuddle and reassurance he craves and the game was looking like game set and snatch.
A number of huge erections by the Dynamo flag men put an end to a number of certain Giants goals, and the away side saw a goalshot chalked off themselves for the same felony midway through the quarter.
A late consolation for the away side made it 5 and 3 but the first half counter attacking display would prove to be enough to secure the W. Another W. We absolutely love W's.
Res team hero, club leg-end and fast-fingering expert Tommy Yates was stripped ready and chomping at the bit for his first piece of first team action, only for real nice man Stanley Jackson to sound the hooter and dash the young man’s dreams as he stood looking lost, upset and in despair as the home side raised the fists and did a smile for full time glory.
Next up for the Giants is an away tie vs the Duchess Dragons next Monday evening. With more W's required for a top 3 finish all eyes will be on the boys to see if they have the minerals to make it happen.....
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