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

Congratulations to Chandler Kasai, who won last week's poll with 26 per cent of the vote after his hat-trick for Punjab.

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

The brilliance of on-loan Wolves keeper Louie Moulden helped Ebbsfleet to a 1-1 draw against Dorking at Stonebridge Road.

Charlie Dickens capped a good day with a goal in Faversham's 3-1 win over Three Bridges.

Faversham Town defender Charlie Dickens Picture: Chris Davey
Faversham Town defender Charlie Dickens Picture: Chris Davey

Ian Gayle scored as Cray Valley won 2-1 at Isthmian South East play-offs rivals Herne Bay with 10 men.

Jerome Binnom-Williams scored his first Maidstone goal and gave everything getting up and down from left-back as the National South leaders beat St Albans 3-2.

Danny Taylor scored a spectacular late goal from inside his own half as Sittingbourne won 1-0 at Ramsgate.

Jack Paxman marked his 150th appearance for Deal with the opener and it was his long throw that led to their last-minute winner in a 2-1 success against Holmesdale.

Emiliano Hysi scored two cracking goals as Punjab won 2-1 at Erith Town - their fourth win in five games moving them up to 13th in Southern Counties East and on course for their best-ever finish.

Lordswood continued their late survival push with Dominic Wynter-Stephens opening the scoring in a 2-0 win over Tower Hamlets.

Michael Gyasi scored a 12-minute hat-trick as Dover opened up a 5-2 lead at Wrexham, a match Whites somehow lost 6-5 in added time.

Charlie Kelman is proving a key player in Gillingham's survival push, scoring again in their 2-1 win at Accrington.

Gillingham striker Charlie Kelman Picture: KPI
Gillingham striker Charlie Kelman Picture: KPI

Marcus Dinanga, February's National South player-of-the-month, was at it again, scoring the only goal in Dartford's 1-0 win at Hampton.

Neil Harris is our top boss after Gillingham's win moved them three points clear of the League 1 drop zone - quite a turnaround having been 10 points from safety when he was appointed.

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