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

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

Congratulations to Whitstable midfielder Josh Williams, who won last week’s poll with 35% of the vote after his double against Lordswood.

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

Man-of-the-match Ryan Sandford was busy, especially during the first half, as Dartford drew 2-2 with National League South leaders Yeovil.

Ryan Mahal helped Erith Town to a clean sheet and was involved in the only goal in the Dockers’ 1-0 win over Hollands & Blair in the Southern Counties East Premier Division.

Ebbsfleet lost to Bishop’s Stortford on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the FA Trophy but Hayden White impressed at the back in his his first appearance since October.

Dartford goalkeeper Ryan Sandford. Picture: Steve Terrell
Dartford goalkeeper Ryan Sandford. Picture: Steve Terrell

Finn O’Mara has settled in well at Faversham, helping the Lilywhites achieve back-to-back clean sheets, the latest of which coming in a 2-0 SCEFL Premier Division success against VCD.

Cameron Green was named man-of-the-match and converted what turned out to be the winning penalty as Welling United beat Brackley in the FA Trophy.

Player-assistant manager Ryan Hayes scored twice - including a stunning opener - as Phoenix Sports beat Isthmian South East play-off occupants Sevenoaks 3-2.

James Taylor impressed as Sheppey switched formation to dominate midfield in a 3-0 Isthmian South East victory over East Grinstead.

Todd Brand scored two late goals in a man-of-the-match performance as K Sports came from behind to beat Meridian VP 2-1 in Southern Counties East Division 1.

Whitstable Town forward Emmanuel Oloyede. Picture: Les Biggs
Whitstable Town forward Emmanuel Oloyede. Picture: Les Biggs

Two goals for Emmanuel Oloyede in a 3-0 home win against Holmesdale helped Whitstable move up to second place in the SCEFL Premier Division.

Charlie Clover scored twice, including a chip from outside the area, in Corinthian’s 5-0 SCEFL Premier Division victory over Punjab United.

Michael Paton’s hat-trick led Greenways to a 4-2 win at Forest Hill in SCEFL Division 1.

Michael Golding is our top boss after Corinthian’s big victory over a decent Punjab side.

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