Date: 24th April 2018 at 12:13am
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The Vital Lincoln City Members’ voted for whom they believe was The Imps Man of The Match in their 2-1 win at home against Colchester United in League Two.

Here’s how the poll finished:

Allsop: 0 Votes – 0.0%
Habergham: 0 Votes – 0.0%
Whitehouse: 0 Votes – 0.0%
Wharton: 0 Votes – 0.0%
Rhead: 0 Votes – 0.0%
Green: 1 Vote – 5.3%
Bostwick: 0 Votes – 0.0%
Frecklington: 0 Votes – 0.0%
Eardley: 0 Votes – 0.0%
Anderson: 0 Votes – 0.0%
Woodyard: 2 Votes – 10.5%
Palmer: 14 Votes – 73.7%
Pett: 0 Votes – 0.0%
Waterfall: 2 Votes – 10.5%

Imprest 1: “Has to be Ollie, his IMPact got us the pen, and was really unlucky not to score a great goal!”

syimp: “Ollie, despite always looking awkward, was almost unplayable by the Colchester defence. Was a real handful when he came on and his distribution was excellent….not to mention THAT shot. He’s actually more skilful than some of our fans would have you believe.”

PerthImp: “Captain Waterfall – he won the game for us and kept the door to the POs open. Massive for the season. Ollie a very good second – amazing shot that hit the bar.”

Previous Winners:

August 2017:

Wycombe Wanderers (a): Sean Raggett – 9 Votes – 37.5%
Rotherham United (a – EFL Cup): Alex Woodyard – 7 Votes – 58.33%
Morecambe (h): Matt Green – 11 Votes – 42.31%
Exeter City (a): Sean Raggett: 6 Votes – 50%
Carlisle United (h): Alex Woodyard: 23 Votes – 67.65%
Mansfield Town (a – EFL Trophy): Sean Long: 6 Votes – 50%

September 2017:

Luton Town (h): Sean Long: 9 Votes – 28.12%
Stevenage (a): Sean Raggett: 7 Votes – 58.33%
Forest Green Rovers (a): Harry Anderson: 8 Votes – 66.67%
Mansfield Town (h): Rob Dickie 22 Votes – 84.62%
Notts County (a): Michael Bostwick: 9 Votes – 64.29%
Barnet (h): Harry Anderson: 13 Votes – 43.33%
Grimsby Town (a): Michael Bostwick: 11 Votes – 64.71%

October 2017:

Chesterfield (h): Alex Woodyard: 18 Votes – 39.13%
Cambridge United (h): Neal Eardley: 13 Votes – 48.15%
Swindon Town (a): Sean Long: 8 Votes – 57.14%
Cheltenham Town (a): Neal Eardley: 13 Votes – 86.67%
Everton U21s (h): Jordan Maguire-Drew: 8 Votes – 53.33%
Crawley Town (h): Josh Vickers: 20 Votes – 57.14%

November 2017:

AFC Wimbledon (a – FA Cup): Michael Bostwick 9 Votes – 52.94%
Notts County (h – EFL Trophy): Neal Eardley: 4 Votes – 66.67%
Crewe Alexandra (a): Harry Anderson: 13 Votes – 92.86%
Coventry City (h): Josh Vickers: 25 Votes – 96.15%
Colchester United (a): Josh Vickers: 13 Votes – 76.47%
Port Vale (h): Harry Anderson: 15 Votes – 35.71%

December 2017:

Accrington Stanley (h – EFL Trophy): Harry Anderson: 15 Votes – 55.56%
Yeovil Town (a): Matt Rhead: 10 Votes – 66.67%
Accrington Stanley: Neal Eardley: 14 Votes – 50%
Newport County (a): Luke Waterfall: 5 Votes – 55.56%
Stevenage (h): Matt Green: 19 Votes – 48.72%
Forest Green Rovers (h): Matt Rhead: 25 Votes – 80.65%

January 2018:

Luton Town (a): Michael Bostwick: 8 Votes – 61.54%
Rochdale (a – EFL Trophy): Michael Bostwick: 21 Votes – 80.77%
Notts County (h): Matt Green: 17 Votes – 60.71%
Barnet (a): James Wilson: 12 Votes – 57.14%
Peterborough United (h – EFL Trophy): Neal Eardley: 22 Votes – 56.41%
Newport County (h): Neal Eardley: 19 Votes – 79.17%

February 2018:

Swindon Town (h): Matt Green: 11 Votes – 44%
Chelsea U21s (h – EFL Trophy): Michael Bostwick: 31 Votes – 96.88%
Cambridge United (a): Luke Waterfall: 7 Votes – 29.17%
Cheltenham Town (h): Neal Eardley: 18 Votes – 50%
Crawley Town (a): Matt Green: 8 Votes – 66.67%
Crewe Alexandra (h): Matt Green: 10 Votes – 62.5%

March 2018:

Mansfield Town (a): Neal Eardley: 8 Votes – 40%
Chesterfield (a): Scott Wharton: 14 Votes – 56%
Grimsby Town (h): Elliott Whitehouse: 28 Votes – 59.57%
Morecambe (a): Neal Eardley: 9 Votes – 45%
Exeter City (h): Neal Eardley: 26 Votes – 50.98%

April 2018:

Carlisle United (a): Scott Wharton: 8 Votes – 53.33%
Shrewsbury Town: Michael Bostwick: 30 Votes – 50.0%
Port Vale (a): Alex Woodyard: 6 Votes – 66.7%
Wycombe Wanderers (h): Scott Wharton: 11 Votes – 40.7%

Thank you to Graham Burrell and Lincoln City for the photograph!

Posted by Vital Lincoln City on Monday, 23 April 2018

 

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