The top three and winning goal from Cheltenham Town's 2018/19 Goal of the Season have been decided by Robins fans.
George Lloyd's header in front of a crowd of just under 10,000 at Lincoln City in April has been voted as the supporters goal of the season.
The academy graduate leapt high at the near post to guide a fantastic header past Matt Gilks from Chris Hussey's pin-point cross to seal a 1-1 draw against an Imps side who that day clinched promotion to League One.
Coming in second in the vote was Luke Varney's acrobatic effort against Macclesfield Town in late January.
The club's top goal scorer for the 2018/19 campaign scored the first of what proved to be an epic second half comeback against Sol Campbell's Silkmen side. 2-0 down, the Robins ended up winning 3-2 on one of the memorable days of the season.
And Luke Varney made it into the top three once again as he also clinched the third highest voted goal for completing an excellent team move in a home loss to play-off winners Tranmere Rovers.
Conor Thomas and Jacob Maddox combined patiently for the former to play an exquisite through ball to Varney, who swept home from inside the box.
Thank you to everyone who took their time to vote for this year's Goal of the Season. You can watch the top three voted goals above on iFollow.
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