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Are any of these goals good enough for a Bracknell Football Award?

Are any of these goals good enough for a Bracknell Football Award?

We’ve been deluged with nominations for our inaugural Bracknell Football Awards – particularly in the manager, player and young player categories.

One area we’ve yet to see a great hit on is the ‘Goal of the Season’ category so we thought we’d jog the memory with some absolutely terrific strikes we’ve either filmed, been sent or just seen on twitter during the 2016/17 season.

If any of these are worthy of a nomination or if you have a clip of a better goal then fill out the form here or scroll to the bottom of the article.

Related: Amy Woollard nominated for young player of the year award

Here’s the strikes that wowed us this season:

Bracknell Town under 10s

A brilliant strike from distance and an even better celebration.

Who could forget Jai McDonald?

The Bracknell Sunday League at it’s best.

This five a side goal at Wellington College?

John Gray settles the nerves with this belter for Bracknell Town

Tom Smith’s free kick here for WAB

More Sunday League gold.

And we couldn’t resist this Sam Barratt beauty

Any of these get the nod for you? Let us know in the form below or nominate your own (don’t forget to send us the video!).

Can’t see the form? Click to have it open up externally here.

Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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