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

By KentOnline reporter

Players from nine clubs feature in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.

Steve McKimm is our manager-of-the-week after Tonbridge ended a run of three defeats by coming from a goal down to beat Bostik Premier play-off contenders Staines 2-1.

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

Dover keeper Mitch Walker didn't deserve to be on the losing side after making a string of fine saves against a Sutton side who won 1-0 at Crabble in the National League.

Sam Magri continued his excellent season in defence by switching seamlessly into a back three as Ebbsfleet shut out form side Solihull Moors in a 1-0 victory.

Liam Friend took the captain's armband in the absence of James Rogers and led Margate to another clean sheet and a sixth straight Bostik Premier victory, Steve Watt's side winning 1-0 at Brightlingsea.

Max Ehmer was a clear winner in KentOnline's man-of-the-match poll after scoring an injury-time equaliser for Gillingham against Peterborough.

Ehmer's team-mate Jake Hessenthaler lines up in midfield alongside another Gills man in Darren Oldaker, who scored twice for loan club Hythe in a 6-0 win over Shoreham in Bostik South.

Dean Rance retains his place after another combative performance for Ebbsfleet, also getting forward to good effect and linking with Luke Coulson for their winner against Solihull.

Out wide we've gone for Sam Bantick, who scored Tonbridge's winner against Staines, and Justin Ascheri, whose double helped Hollands & Blair to only their second Southern Counties East win of the season, 3-0 against Tunbridge Wells.

Striker Dan Bradshaw fired Sheppey to the Kent Senior Trophy final with a hat-trick in a 3-1 win against Canterbury.

He's partnered by Ross Lafayette who provided the physical presence and focal point Maidstone have been crying out for in their 2-2 draw at Bromley.

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