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

Congratulations to Sheppey midfielder Billy Bennett, who won last week's poll with 22 per cent of the vote after his hat-trick against Tunbridge Wells in the Kent Senior Trophy.

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

Keeper Jonny Henly made an 89th-minute penalty save, and another fine stop a minute later, as Tonbridge won 1-0 at Billericay in National South.

Joe Denny marked his 24th birthday with the only goal in Faversham's 1-0 Isthmian South East win over Whitehawk.

Tonbridge Angels keeper Jonny Henly Picture: Dave Couldridge
Tonbridge Angels keeper Jonny Henly Picture: Dave Couldridge

Ebbsfleet and Sefa Kahraman defended brilliantly with 10 men after Will Wood's second-half red card, to continue their fine run with a 1-0 success at Eastbourne.

Nathan Green scored and helped Cray Valley to a clean sheet in a terrific 6-0 win away to a Sittingbourne side who have been unstoppable at home this season.

Man-of-the-match Matt Newman scored twice, having gone more than two years without a goal, as Folkestone hammered promotion rivals Kingstonian 5-1 to stay unbeaten in the Isthmian Premier.

Ben Chapman's double led Deal to a 4-0 FA Vase win over Kennington as Derek Hares' side chalked up a 10th successive win in all competitions.

Folkestone Invicta midfielder Matt Newman Picture: Andy Jones
Folkestone Invicta midfielder Matt Newman Picture: Andy Jones

Chatham also progressed in the FA Vase with Jack Evans scoring twice in three minutes midway through the second half in a 5-0 rout of Alresford Town.

Ryan Palmer scored the winner as Margate bounced back from last week's defeat at Bishop's Stortford with a 2-1 home victory against Brightlingsea Regent.

Up top, Zak Ansah scored twice as in-from Herne Bay beat VCD 3-0 in Isthmian South East - their sixth win in seven games.

Gillingham striker John Akinde worked back to win possession five or six times, led the line well, and scored as Steve Evans' men drew 2-2 at Bolton in League 1.

Margate winger Ryan Palmer Picture: Andy Jones
Margate winger Ryan Palmer Picture: Andy Jones

Steadman Callender was among the goals as Erith Town's 3-0 win at Bearsted sent them top of Southern Counties East.

The Dockers' move to the SCEFL summit makes manager Adam Woodward our top boss - well-deserved after a fourth win on the spin.

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