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Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team of the week.

Congratulations to Sittingbourne defender Taylor Fisher, who won last week's poll with 47 per cent of the vote after his equaliser against Three Bridges.

Have a look at today's XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.

Tunbridge Wells keeper Aaron Lee-Wharton, familiar to fans of Sheppey and Ashford, saved a penalty and kept a clean sheet in a 1-0 FA Vase win over Walton & Hersham.

Jerald Aboagye makes his first appearance this season in our team after a man-of-the-match display as in-form Ramsgate beat Whitehawk 3-1 in Isthmian South East.

Bradley Simms helped Ashford keep a third successive clean sheet, also claiming an assist as the Nuts & Bolts beat Sittingbourne 1-0, despite ending with 10 men after Tommie Fagg's red card.

Gillingham youngster Harvey Lintott
Gillingham youngster Harvey Lintott

George Fowler showed his qualities at the back as Maidstone defended well to keep Chippenham at bay in a 1-0 win - their first victory in seven league games.

Teenage right-back Harvey Lintott came off the bench in an attacking midfield role and gave Gillingham the spark they needed at Crewe. He hit the post with a header and was positive throughout.

Craig Tanner scored his first two goals of the season and was a class act behind the front two as Ebbsfleet thrashed Welling 6-0.

Tyrique Hyde scored twice at former loan club Hemel Hempstead as Dartford ended their winless run with a 3-2 victory.

Dartford midfielder Tyrique Hyde Picture: Sean Aidan
Dartford midfielder Tyrique Hyde Picture: Sean Aidan

Alex Gaggin netted on his first start to help Whitstable break their away duck with a 3-0 victory at managerless Hythe.

Taurean Roberts' hat-trick saw Sheppey United to a 3-2 FA Vase victory at Sheerwater.

Jordon Ababio also scored a hat-trick as Bearsted won 4-0 at Fisher in Southern Counties East.

Alex Gaggin in action for Whitstable at Hythe Picture: Les Biggs
Alex Gaggin in action for Whitstable at Hythe Picture: Les Biggs

Joe Turner ended Tonbridge's six-hour goal-drought with a first-half header in their 1-1 draw against Chelmsford at Longmead.

Dennis Kutrieb is our top boss after Ebbsfleet's demolition of Welling at Stonebridge Road, a performance that impressed Wings boss Peter Taylor.

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