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Bracknell Athletic youngster Archie O’Dwyer bags early ‘goal of the season’ contender

Barry Hayles, Adam Cornell, Charlie Oakley and Justin Day give their verdict on the strike

Bracknell Athletic youngster Archie O’Dwyer bags early ‘goal of the season’ contender

This is quite a strike. Young Archie O’Dwyer has bagged an early contender for goal of the season with his timed run and volley for Bracknell Athletic under 14 Bombers captured on video and shared with us.

Watch the video and hit us with your verdict in the comments below.

In the meantime we asked a couple of Hellenic League goal-getters what they made of it. Here’s what former Fulham and current Windsor striker Barry Hayles, Bracknell Town’s Adam Cornell, Sandhurst Town’s Charlie Oakley and local goalscoring legend Justin Day all thought of Archie’s goal:

Barry Hayles

He had good movement kept his eyes on the ball and the technique to volley back across goal was very good too great goal all round.

Adam Cornell

Great finish but what a run too! One of them goals the keeper just waves goodbye as it goes in! Quality!

Bracknell Town's Adam Cornell. Photo: Richard Claypole.

Bracknell Town’s Adam Cornell. Photo: Richard Claypole.

Charlie Oakley

Firstly, his movement to lose the man is class and not only that, the timing of it is close to perfection. As all good poachers do he has taken a gamble and it’s paid off. That finish, putting the ball back from whence it came has given the keeper no chance. Great goal.

Justin Day

Great finish. Watched it all the way and got on the end of it. Well executed.

Video credit: Used with permission of Chris Lancaster



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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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