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

By KentOnline reporter

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

Top boss is Gillingham caretaker manager Steve Lovell who led his side to a surprise 1-0 win at Peterborough.

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.

Ebbsfleet are in the hat for the FA Cup first-round draw thanks to a terrific late save from Nathan Ashmore in a goalless draw at East Thurrock.

Jerald Aboagye had a storming game from right-back as Hythe beat Whyteleafe 1-0 in Bostik South, scoring the winner and causing plenty of problems bombing on.

At left-back we've gone for Jake Mackenzie who helped Ramsgate keep their first clean sheet of the season in a 1-0 win over Horsham.

Callum Davies wound up on the losing side in the FA Cup but the Folkestone centre-half was rock-solid against a previously free-scoring Slough team who edged the tie 1-0.

He's partnered by the immaculate John Coker of Sittingbourne, part of a Brickies defence who have gone more than nine hours without conceding after their 4-0 win at Shoreham.

Two Gills midfielders make the team, match-winner Lee Martin and Jake Hesenthaler producing their best displays of the season in the victory over Posh at London Road.

Herne Bay played most of their match against Walton Casuals a man down after Jono Richardson's red card, with Danny Leonard among those rising to the challenge in a 1-0 win.

On the left wing, it's a second Sittingbourne player, Gil Carvalho, who caused Shoreham plenty of problems with his willingness to run at defenders.

Up front, in-form Dartford striker Alfie Pavey made it 10 goals in 12 games by scoring the winner as Tony Burman's men beat Burgess Hill 1-0 in the FA Cup.

Alongside him is Joe Pigott, whose 95th-minute equaliser against Enfield kept Maidstone in the FA Cup.

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