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

By KentOnline reporter

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

Hollands & Blair goalkeeper Ryan Nicholls won last week's poll, taking 25% of the vote after his heroics against Cray Valley.

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

Lee Worgan joined Dover principally as goalkeeper coach but the 35-year-old has proved he's still a top-class National League keeper since taking Mitch Walker's place.

He wasn't overly busy against Chesterfield but did what he had to do well, with the clean sheet in a goalless draw edging Whites closer to safety.

Sam Magri was solid in defence and a threat joining the attack as Ebbsfleet drew 1-1 at Gateshead to keep their National League play-off bid on track.

Safe hands from Lee Worgan against Chesterfield Picture: Alan Langley
Safe hands from Lee Worgan against Chesterfield Picture: Alan Langley

Matt Newman's thumping header set Folkestone on their way to a 2-1 Bostik Premier victory against Whitehawk, while Jack Miles helped Sevenoaks to a clean sheet against Three Bridges in Bostik South East.

Raphe Brown completes our backline after scoring his first-ever goal for Herne Bay in a 3-1 derby win over Faveersham.

Unlucky Brown put through his own net in the first half but cleared his head and clinched victory by scoring Bay's late third.

Raphe Brown clinches Herne Bay's victory over Faversham Picture: Chris Davey
Raphe Brown clinches Herne Bay's victory over Faversham Picture: Chris Davey

In midfield, Zak Bryon scored twice, including a terrific volley, as Phoenix Sports thrashed Haywards Heath 5-1 in Bostik South East.

Cray Wanderers closed in on the title with Karl Dent's second-half equaliser in a 1-1 draw with Greenwich Borough.

And Steve Ratcliff had an outstanding game for Hollands & Blair in a 4-0 win at Tunbridge Wells as Paul Piggott's side moved another step closer to safety in Southern Counties East.

Hythe striker Sid Sollis Picture: Chris Davey
Hythe striker Sid Sollis Picture: Chris Davey

Talking of Southern Counties East, Emmanuel Oloyede struck twice as leaders Corinthian thumped Sheppey United 5-0, and there was a double for Andy Irvine as Lordswood drew 3-3 with Deal Town.

Sid Sollis takes our final spot up front after scoring twice in Hythe's impressive 3-1 victory over Ashford United in Bostik South.

The Cannons' victory makes boss Sam Denly our manager-of-the-week.

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