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SEARCH IS ON TO FIND THE ULTIMATE JPT FINISH

5 January 2015

Two Saddlers' strikes made final three... Vote now!

THREE spectacular strikes are set to go before the public vote in the quest to find the Ultimate Finish winner for the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Area Semi-Finals.

There were eight goals in four pulsating last eight ties, but the pick of the bunch all came at Prenton Park, where The Saddlers beat Tranmere Rovers 5-4 on penalties after the match had finished 2-2.

Northern Area-Finalists Walsall have two players up for the award - Anthony Forde and Michael Cain – while Tranmere’s Max Power is also in the running.

Fans are now able to have their say on which goal comes out on top. The video can be watched and votes cast by clicking here.

As well as winning the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Ultimate Finish trophy, the successful player will also claim a place in the Ultimate Finish of the Season competition.

There is also a chance for fans to be a winner with everyone who votes for the successful strike entered into a special prize draw, with one lucky winner receiving an iPod Shuffle.

The nominations are:

GOAL 1
Max Power
TRANMERE v Walsall

GOAL 2
Anthony Forde
Tranmere v WALSALL

GOAL 3
Michael Cain
Tranmere v WALSALL

Ben Wilde, brand and sponsorship manager for Johnstone’s Paint, said: “We are now at the Area Finals stage, just 180 minutes away from Wembley for the four remaining clubs, and the standard of goals for the Ultimate Finish competition remains very high.

“We’ve had some cracking games in this season’s competition - and some even better goals. Each Ultimate Finish competition so far this season has been very hotly contested and I’m sure this will be no different.”

Johnstone’s Paint has been bringing colour to the beautiful game for the last nine years through its sponsorship of one of the biggest domestic knockout tournaments in English football.

MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT...

Closing date for entries is January 10th 2015...

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