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KentOnline team-of-the-week features players from eight clubs

By KentOnline reporter

Eight clubs are represented in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.

Top boss is Neil Cugley, who led Folkestone to a 5-1 away win at Bostik Premier high-fliers Leiston.

Check out our XI and let us know what you think by using the comments section at the bottom of the page or by tweeting @kentonlinesport.

Nick Blue kept another clean sheet in difficult conditions as Cray, who boast Bostik South's tightest defence, won 1-0 at Thamesmead.

Gills may have lost to Northampton but there wasn't much wrong with the performance, Sean Clare continuing to impress as a makeshift right-back.

At left-back it's Sittingbourne's Chris Elliott, whose set-pieces caused big problems for Chipstead and led to Kane Rowland's 90th-minute equaliser.

Loui Fazakerley was given just his second league start of the season owing to the absence of Giancarlo Gallifuoco due to concussion and he slotted in seamlessly alongside Connor Essam and Manny Parry as Dover drew 1-1 with Maidenhead.

He's partnered by Ollie Lee, who capped a good performance at the back by scoring Faversham's clincher in a 3-1 win over VCD.

Luke Griffiths scored Faversham's first two goals having also struck in the midweek win over Phoenix, to earn a place in midfield.

Sam Hasler capped an instrumental performance with a goal in Folkestone's terrific win over Leiston and alongside him is Joe Healy who grabbed the winner as Welling made it six victories in a row at Gloucester to go fifth in National South.

On the left we've gone for Gills' Josh Parker who set up their goal against Northampton and worked well in defence and attack in what was one of his best displays for the club.

Up top, Ebbsfleet's Danny Kedwell provided two excellent assists but is pipped by team-mate Aaron McLean who at 34 marked only his second league start of the season with a cracking volley in the 3-2 win over Barrow.

Ade Yusuff has been knocking on the door all season and gets in the side after his penalty double for Folkestone.

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