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For me an image is a visual communication. So, as with any communication, it should have a message that you are trying to communicate to your viewer(s). The better you craft your message in a letter, book, poem, article, song, movie, etc. the greater the reception by your audience.
That being said, I'd look at your images and ask which of them present the stronger message(s) that are most clearly conveyable to your audience / viewer(s). As photographers, we often times get caught up in the "look what I did" ... and forget about the communicative reason for creating an image.
The communication can range widely, but the more clearly the message comes across ... those are the ones I go with. While it's easy to like a pic, it's also easy to forget one. Those that have clearer messages, tend to be remembered a bit longer.
Waxing a bit philosophical ... but, I'd be curious to see how you view your port submissions in that context. NOTE: it can be easy for us to read the message more readily, since we already know it. But, if you don't know your message for the image ... likely others won't be able to realize its conveyance either.
From that, my two fav's are:
Gold Label, where I'm diggin' the creativity of party colors coming out of the bottle to convey the message of a "good time"
Girls celebration ... the emotive jubilation is inescapable.
Third would be the header and the expressiveness of the athlete. Fourth @ the last soccer battle. Fifth (which could move up with a crop and better processing) would be the blocked shot at rejection.
If I was going to cull hard from these ... Gold Label and Jubilation only for me. A change in processing could make the diff on the coach and the cigar could be included as a still life, but I keep forgetting both of them as I scroll through.