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Search for Johnstone's Paint Trophy Ultimate Finish begins

18 September 2014

The search to find the first Johnstone's Paint Trophy Ultimate Finish winner of the 2014/15 season is under way.

The search to find the first Johnstone's Paint Trophy Ultimate Finish winner of the 2014/15 season is under way.

Ten fantastic net-busting strikes have been shortlisted for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy goal of the round competition, with football fans around the country now having the chance to have their say on the eventual winner via a public vote.

Players from eight clubs - Accrington Stanley, Portsmouth, Yeovil Town, Southend United, AFC Wimbledon, Barnsley, Peterborough United and Leyton Orient - are represented.

With almost 40 goals scored in the First Round, even making the shortlist proved an achievement.

And now supporters are left with the difficult task of selecting the winner from the goals nominated.

The successful player will receive the Ultimate Finish trophy and a place in the Ultimate Finish of the Season competition, while all fans who vote for the winning strike will be entered into a special prize draw with one lucky winner receiving an iPod Shuffle.

The complete list of nominations is:

GOAL 1:
Marcus Carver
ACCRINGTON STANLEY v Carlisle United

GOAL 2:
Jed Wallace
Yeovil Town v PORTSMOUTH

GOAL 3:
Craig Westcarr
Yeovil Town v PORTSMOUTH

GOAL 4:
Nathan Ralph
YEOVIL TOWN v Portsmouth

GOAL 5:
Jack Payne
AFC Wimbledon v SOUTHEND UNITED

GOAL 6:
Adam Barrett
AFC WIMBLEDON v Southend United

GOAL 7:
Kane Hemmings
BARNSLEY v York City

GOAL 8:
Marcus Maddison
PETERBOROUGH UNITED v Leyton Orient

GOAL 9:
Chris Dagnall
Peterborough United v LEYTON ORIENT

GOAL 10:
Bradley Pritchard
Peterborough United v LEYTON ORIENT

To vote for your favourite goal, please click here

Closing date for votes is 1st October 2014.

Ben Wilde, brand and sponsorship manager for competition sponsors Johnstone's Paint, said: "We are now into our ninth season of bringing colour to the beautiful game through our sponsorship of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
"In that time, we have witnessed some absolutely brilliant goals and I'm sure 2014/15 won't be any different.

"The 10 goals shortlisted here are of an excellent quality, and it will be very tricky for supporters to make a final decision on the winner.

"It's a great start to the season and we look forward to seeing some more fantastic goals in future rounds."

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