Craig Disley's strike at Lincoln City tops latest Grimsby Town 'Goal of the Season So Far' poll
CRAIG Disley's acrobatic scissor-kick scored a hit with Mariners fans taking part in the second instalment of the Grimsby Telegraph's 'Goal of the Season… So Far' poll.
The Grimsby Town captain's overhead strike in the 4-1 away-day derby triumph at Lincoln City topped the poll, ahead of seven rivals.
Disley's goal – a finish that crashed in off the bar after Andy Cook's header had rebounded off the woodwork – received 26 per cent of the vote at www.thisisgrimsby.couk/sport
The midfielder's effort came at an important time. Lincoln had just pulled a goal back to make it 2-1, and the next goal was crucial.
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But running back into play, with his back to goal, Disley produced a moment of invention and flair to set the Mariners on their way to a comfortable Boxing Day triumph at Sincil Bank – enjoyed by more than 1,700 travelling Town fans.
Sam Hatton's rocket in the 5-1 home victory against Woking was also popular, polling 23 per cent of the vote.
And former loan striker Ross Hannah's poacher's finish, in the 1-0 win against Wrexham at Blundell Park, netted 20 per cent.
Disley's strike, along with Hannah's previous poll-winning goal in the home victory against Gateshead, will be put forward as a future nomination for the Telegraph's 'Goal of the Season' accolade.
Poll Results: 1 Craig Disley, v Lincoln (A), 26 per cent; 2 Sam Hatton, v Woking (H), 23 per cent; 3 Ross Hannah, v Wrexham (H), 20 per cent; 4 Craig Disley, v Woking (H), 11 per cent; 5 Marcus Marshall, v Ebbsfleet (A), 9 per cent; 6 Derek Niven, v Kidderminster (H), 6 per cent; 7 Ian Miller, v Lincoln (H), 6 per cent; 8 Scott Neilson, v Alfreton (A), 0 per cent.