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

Congratulations to Glebe striker Jamie Philpot, who won last week's poll with 25 per cent of the vote after his double against Sheppey.

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

Sittingbourne goalkeeper Harry Brooks had a great game in the Brickies' 1-0 win at Lancing, including a point-blank save with his face, to secure a second successive clean sheet.

Jake MacKenzie scored the only goal as Keith McMahon's resurgent Whitstable won 1-0 at Sevenoaks.

Tommy Penfold was rewarded with the winning goal against Punjab after helping Kennington dig in for an hour with 10 men.

Jake Mackenzie wheels away after scoring Whitstable's winner at Sevenoaks Picture: Les Biggs
Jake Mackenzie wheels away after scoring Whitstable's winner at Sevenoaks Picture: Les Biggs

Sonny Miles only had two hours' sleep but still produced a commanding performance in Tonbridge's 2-2 draw with high-flying Dulwich Hamlet.

Bola Dawodu's second-half double led Faversham to a 2-0 home win against Phoenix Sports.

Tunbridge Wells progressed in the FA Vase with Kyron Lightfoot on target twice, including a free-kick, in a 4-2 win against Wallingford.

Ebbsfleet United wideman Greg Cundle Picture: Chris Davey
Ebbsfleet United wideman Greg Cundle Picture: Chris Davey

Jack Bath scored twice in the last two minutes as Corinthian came from a goal down to beat Hythe 2-1.

Greg Cundle marked his return from injury with the winning goal as Ebbsfleet ended a run of three defeats with a 2-1 victory at home to Concord.

Ade Yusuff struck in either half as Folkestone thrashed Haringey 5-0 for their biggest win in almost three years.

Folkestone Invicta striker Ade Yusuff Picture: Randolph File
Folkestone Invicta striker Ade Yusuff Picture: Randolph File

Jack Barham got off the mark for Maidstone with a hat-trick in a 4-0 Kent derby win against Dartford.

A great strike from Josh Ajayi set Ramsgate on their way to a 2-0 victory over Three Bridges.

Hakan Hayrettin is our top boss after masterminding Maidstone's win over Dartford, his decision to start Barham paying off in spectacular fashion.

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