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

By KentOnline reporter

Eight clubs are represented in the first team-of-the-week of 2018.

Today's top boss is Ashford United manager Jason Whitmore, whose improving side extended their unbeaten run to five matches with a 3-1 win over Chipstead.

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.

Sam Sargeant made a big impression on his Margate debut after joining on loan from Leyton Orient, helping Steve Watt's depleted side draw 1-1 at Bostik Premier big-guns Billericay.

All of Margate's defenders played well but we've gone for Liam Friend in our back three.

He's joined by big Manny Parry, the pick of Dover's team in their 2-1 defeat by Aldershot, and Perry Spackman, whose Tunbridge Wells side held Southern Counties East leaders Sevenoaks to a goalless draw.

In midfield, wideman Dave Martin scored the Margate goal at Billericay, while Hythe's Ryan Palmer scored and tormented East Grinstead in the Cannons' 3-2 victory in Bostik South.

Craig Stone, better known as a defender, was Tonbridge's man-of-the-match in their 2-2 Bostik Premier draw with Lowestoft, while Stuart Lewis scored his first Maidstone double in their 4-4 National League draw at Woking.

In attack, Joe Pigott's brilliant chip was the pick of Maidstone's goals at Woking.

Ade Yusuff was unlucky to be on the losing side after scoring twice in Folkestone's 4-3 defeat at Bostik Premier leaders Dulwich Hamlet.

Ben Chapman makes his first appearance after coming off the bench to score twice in Deal's 3-1 win at Chatham.

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