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

Congratulations to Whitstable defender Jake Mackenzie, who won last week's poll with 29 per cent of the vote after his winner at Sevenoaks.

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

We've a goalscoring keeper in our line-up for the first time, with Jordan Perrin beating his opposite number from his own half as Herne Bay won 3-2 at Three Bridges.

Josh Vincent scored and helped Folkestone to a clean sheet in a 2-0 FA Trophy victory over Uxbridge.

Samuel Itauma launched the second-half fightback with a goal as Whitstable recovered from 2-0 down to draw with East Grinstead.

You could make a case for any of the Tonbridge defenders in their 2-1 FA Trophy win over National League Torquay but we've gone for Harry Hudson, outstanding at the back and a threat in the Gulls box.

Billy Munday struck twice in a man-of-the-match performance to lead Deal to a 4-1 win over Fisher.

There were two more goals for Jack Evans, a neat finish and a well-struck free-kick, as Chatham won 3-0 at Canterbury City.

Two-goal Deal midfielder Billy Munday Picture: Andy Jones
Two-goal Deal midfielder Billy Munday Picture: Andy Jones

Ahmed Abdulla turned it on against his former club, scoring a pair of goal-of-the-season contenders as Sittingbourne beat Whitehawk 3-1.

Winger Youssef Bamba opened the scoring and proved a tricky customer as VCD won 4-0 at Hythe.

Jake Robinson's double saw Dartford to a 3-1 FA Trophy win at Cray Wanderers, with the striker maintaining his impressive goals-per-game ratio in Darts colours.

Sittingbourne midfielder Ahmed Abdulla celebrates scoring against Whitehawk Picture: Ken Medwyn
Sittingbourne midfielder Ahmed Abdulla celebrates scoring against Whitehawk Picture: Ken Medwyn

Ebbsfleet United will be top of National League South at Christmas after two goals from Elliott Romain in a 3-0 win against Bath City.

Johan ter Horst made a welcome return from injury, scoring the opener as Ashford put back-to-back defeats behind them in a 3-1 victory over Corinthian.

Steve McKimm is our top boss after Tonbridge upset Torquay in the FA Trophy.

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