The four contenders for October's Goal of the Month have been revealed.
Sponsored by Strategic Solutions, Connor Kurran-Browne, Jaidon Anthony, Tom Dinsmore and Christian Saydee are all up for the award, meaning that the winner for October will be either an under-21s or under-18s player.
Kurran-Browne's strike came against Yeovil in a 5-0 win at Canford, the forward scoring four that day in the Youth Alliance League. The stand-out was his second in the 33rd minute, where he chested it down and controlled it in the box, before firing home from six-yards out.
Anthony's came for the under-21s against Portsmouth, his neat backheel giving Shaun Cooper's side the lead in the Central League Cup clash at Bognor Regis.
Again for the under-21s, Tom Dinsmore bagged a stunner from 30-yards against Oxford, curling his effort into the top corner after it fell to him on the edge of the box.
Our fourth goal that's been nominated for October's accolade is an equally-impressive strike from under-18s striker Christian Saydee, who this week has been involved with first team training.
His effort flew into the top right corner from a similar distance to Dinsmore, helping Alan Connell's side to a much deserved win in the league at Swindon.
All four of the goals can be viewed in the video below, and you can have your say on Twitter here.