Goal against Brentford nominated for JPT Ultimate Finish
Kevan Hurst's stunning strike in our win against Brentford in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy has been nominated for the round's ultimate finish.
The midfielder's brilliant effort found the top corner of Simon Moore's net and thoroughly deserves a place in the top five, so make sure you vote!
The Johnstone’s Paint Trophy is searching for the player with the ‘goal-den’ touch after launching the third installment of this season’s ‘Ultimate Finish’.
Five five net-busting scorchers have been selected for the short-list to find the best goal from the Area Quarter-Finals and supporters have now been left with the demanding task of selecting a winner.
Fans have the chance to watch exclusive video of each sensational strike and vote for their favourite effort on the official Johnstone’s Paint Trophy website.
The five shortlisted goals from the Area Quarter-Finals are:
GOAL A: Alex MacDonald for PLYMOUTH ARGYLE v Oxford United
GOAL B: Kevan Hurst for SOUTHEND UNITED v Brentford
GOAL C: Paul Hayes for BRENTFORD v Southend United
GOAL D: Ritchie Jones for BRADFORD CITY v Port Vale
GOAL E: Edward Upson for YEOVIL TOWN v Wycombe Wanderers.
The winning goal will be announced on the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy website, and all fans that vote for the successful strike will be entered into a special prize draw.
The winning goalscorer will be presented with a Johnstone’s Paint Ultimate Finish Award and one lucky fan who voted for the successful strike will win an iPod Nano.
To vote for your favourite finish of the Area Quarter-Finals, click here. Voting closes on the 1st January 2013.
After the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Final, all fans will then have the opportunity to vote for the ‘Ultimate Finish of the Season’.
The winning goalscorer will be presented with a ‘Johnstone’s Paint Ultimate Finish of the Season Award’ and one lucky entrant will win a fantastic Sony Playstation 3 console with latest Fifa game.
Johnstone’s Paint Trophy’s marketing manager, Megan Esmond, said: “There have been some super goals shortlisted in the first two rounds and this is no different.
“It’s going to be a tough ask for the supporters to come up with the top goal but I’m sure they will come up with a suitable winner.”