THE votes are in, the ballot is closed and the Greenock Telegraph can today unveil the final four designs selected for Morton’s home strip competition.

Making the shortlist are designs by Jon Campbell, Gavin McIntosh, Aimee McGinty and Stuart Storar. 

The four tops will be created and put on public display in Smiths in West Blackhall Street on December 14.

Voting will then reopen, with the opportunity to vote in Smiths for free, or in the Telegraph, where votes will count double.

Voting will be open until December 18, at which point votes from the Telegraph and those registered at Smiths will be counted and the winner announced. 

Morton media and communications officer Jonathan Mitchell said: “We were extremely excited to tally up the votes to discover the final four designs selected by our supporters as they narrowed down from the original dazzling dozen that they themselves had designed.

“There were so many great and unique creations catering for all tastes and that was reflected in the voting, which was relatively evenly shared across the board. But there were four that proved just that bit more popular than the rest of the pack.

"That fantastic final four now go into production, with our kit manufacturers Vision immediately turning their attentions to producing the unique prototypes to go on display in Smiths of Greenock for that all-important final ballot.

“It is certainly a competition that has caught the imagination — and now our fans have the difficult but exciting task of choosing that one kit that they want to see their heroes wearing on the hallowed Cappielow turf next term.”