THE LIST: Top 10 Swindon Town goals of 2013/14

Ryan Mason celebrates his stunning strike against Wolves

Ryan Mason celebrates his stunning strike against Wolves

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Chief sports writer SAM MORSHEAD brings you his pick of the best Town goals scored this season...

1. RYAN MASON (v Wolves, 14/9/13)

It was late in the game and even a point was out of reach, but this 30-yard drive was truly spectacular. Followed by the most casual celebration ever.

Swindon Advertiser: Alex Pritchard scored a superb solo goal

2. ALEX PRITCHARD (v Bradford City, 29/12/13)

Messi-esque. Pritchard ran past three players on a 50-yard run before scoring.

Swindon Advertiser: Yaser Kasim celebrates his goal against Coventry

3. YASER KASIM (v Coventry, 21/12/13)

Kasim produced a stunning volley from the edge of the area to bring Town level, breaking his goalscoring duck for the club in the process.

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4. RYAN HARLEY (v Crewe, 1/3/14)

The midfielder’s only goal of the season was a thumping strike from the edge of the box after Nathan Byrne’s best ballet impression.

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5. ALEX PRITCHARD (v Port Vale, 8/2/14)

One of several excellent dead ball finishes. Stands out for bringing Town level at Vale.

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6. ALEX PRITCHARD (v MK Dons, 12/9/13)

This free-kick announced the Spurs man on the Swindon scene. Truly awesome.

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7. NATHAN BYRNE (v Port Vale, 2/11/13)

All Byrne’s other goals came from about four inches this season but this was spectacular. A gorgeous curling finish from 20 yards out which gave the keeper no chance.

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8. ALEX PRITCHARD (Rotherham, 12/10/13)

Another Pritch special gave Town the upper hand at the New York Stadium.

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9. ALEX SMITH (v Tranmere, 12/9/13)

Smith didn’t have much of a chance to show people what he could do during his time at Town. This thunderbolt was his best moment.

Swindon Advertiser: Masssimo Luongo has bounced back from is penalty miss

10. MASSIMO LUONGO (v Stevenage, 10/8/13)

A clinical finish from 20 yards out by the Australian was the only goal of the game in this August fixture.

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12:08pm Sat 10 May 14

mancrobin says...

Managed to witness 7 of them and wouldn't disagree with the choice. Mason's definitely top of the pile.
Managed to witness 7 of them and wouldn't disagree with the choice. Mason's definitely top of the pile. mancrobin
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