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Vote for your Goal of the Season!

18 April 2016

Choose from a shortlist of 10 of the best strikes.

The voting is now open for the Goal of the Season award for the 2015/16 campaign, consisting of a shortlist of 10 strikes which will then be whittled down to three.

Those three will then be voted for on the night of the End of Season Awards Dinner at Adams Park (Sunday 1st May), with the winner taking home the coveted trophy.

Watch the goals online and click here to vote.

The shortlist is as follows:

1) Garry Thompson vs Barnet (A) | 15.08.15
The striker scored his first goal for the club in style, receiving Joe Jacobson’s pass with his back to goal 25 yards out. He shifted the ball neatly onto his left foot and lashed an effort against the inside of the post and into the net, giving keeper Graham Stack no chance.

2) Joe Jacobson vs Exeter (A) | 26.09.15
The left-back was presented with a free-kick opportunity 20 yards from goal and JJ displayed his prowess from such positions, stroking the ball into the top corner with a trademark effort to open the scoring in a 2-0 win.

3) Michael Harriman vs Cambridge (H) | 29.09.15
Playing against 10 men following the dismissal of Cambridge’s corner, Wanderers piled men into the box to meet Joe Jacobson’s free-kick but Michael Harriman opted to lurk with intent outside the area. It proved to be a wise decision as the ball landed at his feet 30 yards out and he rifled an unstoppable drive into the top corner off the crossbar for the game’s only goal, sending Wycombe top of the table.

4) Paul Hayes vs Carlisle (H) | 24.10.15
Wycombe were trailing 1-0 as the game went into stoppage time and it was captain Paul Hayes who came to the rescue, in his first game after injury following treatment which was accelerated by new equipment funded by the supporters. Keeper Mark Gillespie punched Luke O’Nien’s cross into the striker’s path and he calmly chested down before lofting a shot into the net with the outside of his right boot.

5) Sido Jombati vs Halifax (A) | 08.11.15
The right-back scored his first goal for the club with continental flair, breaking forward from the right-hand touchline and playing a one-two with Luke O’Nien, who flicked the ball perfectly into Jombati’s path and he stroked home with a first-time shot without breaking his stride, for the second goal in a 4-0 rout.

6) Luke O’Nien vs Yeovil (A) | 24.11.15
With the game locked at 0-0, Aaron Amadi-Holloway jinked towards the corner of the box from the left-hand channel and laid it back for Luke O’Nien, who took one touch before bending a shot into the top corner from 25 yards, marking his 21st birthday with his third goal of the season.

7) Michael Harriman vs Portsmouth (H) | 28.11.15
The Pompey keeper raced from his goal to prevent Garry Thompson from reaching the ball first from Paul Hayes’ path, but the clearance only went as far as Luke O’Nien on the halfway line. The midfielder’s first time shot/pass landed kindly for Harriman, who – urged on by cries of ‘SHOOT!’ from the stands – turned on a sixpence and fired the ball into an empty net from 45 yards.

8) Garry Thompson vs Portsmouth (H) | 28.11.15
The move started on the edge of the Wycombe box when Anthony Stewart found Luke O’Nien, who in turn chested down for Matt Bloomfield to pass forward to Paul Hayes. The striker turned, played the ball down the right-hand channel where Michael Harriman was bombing forward and his first-time cross was steered home by the onrushing Thompson, completing a superb team goal.

9) Stephen McGinn vs Exeter (H) | 13.02.16
The Scotsman netted his first goal for Wycombe with the winning strike against Exeter in February, receiving the ball 25 yards out from Paul Hayes’ lay-off after the hosts had applied relentless pressure on the City defence. McGinn kept a cool head to place the ball into the top corner beyond the despairing dive of Bobby Olejnik.

10) Luke O’Nien vs Stevenage (H) | 12.03.16
Jason McCarthy’s drilled cross was half-cleared to the edge of the box but Luke O’Nien showed greater determination than his nearest challenger before knocking the ball past the next defender and lashing home emphatically with his left foot, again securing all three points with the only goal.

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