St Albans City goal of the season contenders

PUBLISHED: 12:38 30 March 2015 | UPDATED: 12:47 31 March 2015

Lee Chappell's goal against Hayes and Yeading is in our top five. Picture: Leigh Page

Lee Chappell's goal against Hayes and Yeading is in our top five. Picture: Leigh Page


See our top five goals of the season

St Albans City fans can vote for their goal of the season on Easter Monday when Eastbourne Borough visit Clarence Park in the Vanarama Conference South.

John Frendo won last season’s award with a spectacular volley against Billericay Town, which you can see in the video.

We’ve picked our top five goals from 2014/15 for you to consider, but if you think we’ve missed one out, leave a comment or tweet us @HertsAdSport

Steve Wales’ winning goal at Staines Town on August 12.

James Comley’s solo strike against Bishop’s Stortford on August 23.

Wales’ half-volley in the Saints’ 4-1 win over Maidenhead on September 13.

Lee Chappell’s lob at Hayes and Yeading on September 28.

Sam Corcoran’s first-time effort against Weston-super-Mare on March 14.

Videos courtesy of Dave Tavener.

UPDATE: Readers have been in touch and told us their favourite goals. You can see them below.

Chappell’s free-kick in a shock 2-1 win over Gosport Borough on January 4.

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