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This summer, as we reflect on the 2015/16 season, cardiffcityfc.co.uk and the club’s official YouTube channel are encouraging YOU to summarise a captured moment!

By scanning through our YouTube channel [CLICK HERE], simply find a clip that you like and tell us – in no more than 200 words – what it meant to you.

Seventeen-year-old Jacob Price is this summer's first winner of the competition, for his summary of Scott Malone's equaliser against Queens Park Rangers! Read his entry below, while you can watch the related YouTube clip at the top of this article.

Find out how YOU can enter here!


"We dominated the game, especially the second half. QPR were very lucky to be 2-0 up come the hour mark, but that's how football is sometimes. Everyone knew one goal would change everything. QPR started to get deeper and deeper to try and consolidate their lead but in the sixty-third minute, a Whittingham corner found the head of Sean Morrison – 2-1!

"We were back in the game and boy did we know it! The atmosphere in the away end was electric and the whole stadium could see an equaliser coming. So, twenty minutes remained and we still piled on the pressure, we just couldn’t get that equaliser...

"Then Noone won a 50/50 challenge and the ball fell to the feet of Joe Ralls. He looked up and swung a ball across the field to Malone. I remember thinking to myself: 'this has sat up nicely for him… I wonder if he'll shoot.'

"Then came that moment, as Malone unleashed an absolute pearler that flew into the top right hand corner in the ninetieth minute! 2-2!!! What a comeback! The away end was absolutely ecstatic!

"'Scott Malone, my lord, SCOTT MALONE' was ringing around Loftus Road.

"That was my favourite goal because it was in the last minute and away from home. You just can't beat that. A great goal which will live long in the memory. Not a bad way to get your first goal for the club, eh?"

Jacob Price


To get involved, send a link to your favourite Bluebirds YouTube video and your 200 words to us at any stage between now and July 1st. Email it to prog@cardiffcityfc.co.uk.

The best entries will be featured on our official Club website throughout the summer... And you could also be treated to a game on us in the Press Box at Cardiff City Stadium!