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

Congratulations to Sevenoaks forward Yahaya Bamba, who won last week's poll with 27 per cent of the vote after his hat-trick against Cray Valley.

Have a look at today's XI, which takes into account both rounds of games over the Easter weekend, and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.

Aiden Prall kept back-to-back clean sheets against Haywards Heath and Phoenix Sports to ensure Corinthian will finish no lower than eighth in their debut season in Isthmian South East.

Ramsgate can no longer make the play-offs but they halted a run of six defeats with defender Ben Fitchett scoring twice in a 6-1 thrashing of Whitstable, also netting in a 4-2 defeat at Ashford on Saturday.

Sido Jombati put in two solid defensive displays as Ebbsfleet recorded 2-1 victories over Dulwich and Concord to go third in National League South.

Sido Jombati on the ball for Ebbsfleet at Concord. Picture: Ed Miller/EUFC (56142180)
Sido Jombati on the ball for Ebbsfleet at Concord. Picture: Ed Miller/EUFC (56142180)

It was impossible to pick between Joe Ellul and George Fowler after faultless performances in central defence in Maidstone's 1-0 derby win at Dartford.

Both were outstanding for the National South leaders but Ellul won the coin toss.

Chatham took the Southern Counties East title race to the final day with Matt Bodkin scoring twice in a 7-0 win over Deal on Monday.

What a debut season it's been for Kennington in the SCEFL top flight, Tom Scorer on target in wins against Canterbury and Lordswood to secure a top-five finish.

Maidstone United defender Joe Ellul Picture: Steve Terrell
Maidstone United defender Joe Ellul Picture: Steve Terrell

Ethan Smith launched the fightback as Faversham came from a goal down to beat Isthmian South East runners-up Ashford 3-1.

Ben Greenhalgh's prolific season at Margate continued with goals in wins over Bowers & Pitsea and Folkestone over the long weekend.

Sevenoaks' surge to safety in Isthmian South East is complete, Omari Hibbert on target twice in a 4-0 win over Sittingbourne on Monday.

Sheppey striker Warren Mfula scored in 3-0 win against Hollands & Blair on Saturday and hit two more in a 5-1 victory at K Sports to keep the Ites top of Southern Counties East Premier Division going into the final day.

Margate midfielder Ben Greenhalgh Picture: Andy Jones
Margate midfielder Ben Greenhalgh Picture: Andy Jones

Herne Bay secured a play-off place in Isthmian South East with Zak Ansah scoring both goals in their 2-0 success at Sittingbourne and finding the net again as Hythe were beaten 2-0.

Bay's back-to-back wins make manager Ben Smith our top boss. Having been out of the play-off places until last weekend, they're now up to third and looking to secure home advantage in the semi-finals.

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