The New Zealand international scored a late winner with a thunderous volley in a last-16 tie at Peter Mokaba Stadium on March 21.
Brockie has impressed since arriving in South Africa, netting 10 goals in 17 outings in his maiden campaign in 2014/15. The 28-year-old has continued to shine this season as he has struck 14 goals in all competitions.
"I think it’s hard to look past the volley I scored against Orlando Pirates in the Nedbank Cup," Brockie told the PSL's website when asked about his favourite goal.
"The goal helped us get through to the next round, and came against one of the biggest clubs in the country in front of a full stadium."
Brockie is currently third on the league's scoring charts with 10 goals, one behind Prince Nxumalo and three shy of Mpumalanga Black Aces hitman Collins Mbesuma. Brockie is naturally hopeful he can claim the Golden Boot in May.
"I won’t lie, at the start of the season it was one of my goals to be one of the players challenging for that honour. That should be every striker's ambition.
"But I must admit that at one stage, it seemed as if Collins was pulling away from the rest of us. That led me to take my focus off the award, but now that the goals are coming again, I am eyeing that possibility. With seven games left, its certainly achievable."