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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.

Defender-turned-goalkeeper Laurence Harvey won last week's poll, taking 61% of more than 1,000 votes after donning the gloves and saving a penalty in Herne Bay's 2-1 win over Sittingbourne.

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

Lee Worgan was praised by boss Andy Hessenthaler for his display in Dover's 1-1 draw with Chesterfield, saving his side a couple of times from Spireites counter-attacks.

Rian Bray's injury-time header salvaged a 3-3 draw for Tonbridge in a cracking game at Concord.

Jack King had a terrific game in the back three as Ebbsfleet won 1-0 at play-off contenders FC Halifax in the National League's live TV match.

Chatham skipper Jack Evans, right, celebrates his opener with Rob Denness Picture: Sean Aidan
Chatham skipper Jack Evans, right, celebrates his opener with Rob Denness Picture: Sean Aidan

Defender James Trueman scored the winner as Corinthian came from a goal down to beat Bearsted 2-1 in Southern Counties East.

In midfield, Danny Leonard continued his fine campaign with another goal in Sheppey's 1-1 draw with Glebe.

Welling midfielder Montel Agyemang looks a different player under Bradley Quinton, his intelligent use of the ball helping his side dominate in a 2-0 victory against Billericay.

Noor Husin starred as Dartford breezed past Chelmsford 3-0 at Princes Park in National League South.

Regan Corke celebrates his goal for K Sports at Chatham Picture: Sean Aidan
Regan Corke celebrates his goal for K Sports at Chatham Picture: Sean Aidan

He capped a classy performance by finishing a fine move for the third goal as Darts strengthened their grip on a play-off place.

Jack Evans continued his prolific season at Chatham with two more goals in their entertaining 3-2 victory against K Sports, including a late winner.

Earlier, Sports had silenced a big home crowd with Regan Corke putting the Paperboys in front.

Deal Town striker Sam Wilson Picture: Alan Langley
Deal Town striker Sam Wilson Picture: Alan Langley

Sam Wilson showed he's over the knee injury that sidelined him for three months by scoring both Deal goals in a 2-1 win at AFC Croydon.

He's partnered by Gary Lockyer, whose double in a 5-0 victory at Kent Football United helped Kennington go top of Southern Counties East Division 1.

Our top boss is Kevin Watson after Ebbsfleet's third successive away win and back-to-back clean sheets for the first time this season.

Fleet were written off by some after losing at Chesterfield a few weeks ago but are now bang in contention for safety.

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