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

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

Congratulations to Corinthian striker Harvey Smith, who won last week’s poll with 24 per cent of the vote after his double in their win over East Grinstead.

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

Goalkeeper Coniah Boyce-Clarke kept a clean sheet on his Welling debut, and was a big vocal presence, as the Wings beat Chelmsford 1-0 to boost their National South survival bid.

Kory Roberts produced a solid defensive display against a robust Havant team in Dartford’s 1-1 draw at Princes Park.

Recent signing Teddy Perkins was named man-of-the-match in a vital 2-0 win for Tonbridge at home to Chippenham.

Hollands & Blair midfielder Ben Brown Picture: Andy Jones
Hollands & Blair midfielder Ben Brown Picture: Andy Jones

Chris Lawal scored a last-minute winner, to go with a clean sheet, as Chatham stayed top of Southern Counties East thanks to a 1-0 victory at Tunbridge Wells.

Chandler Kasai scored a hat-trick as Punjab United won 6-1 at K Sports.

Freddie Parker’s first-half double helped Sevenoaks Town to a 4-1 home win against VCD, boosting their Isthmian South East survival chances.

Holding midfielder Christian N’Guessan impressed as Ebbsfleet won 1-0 at St Albans for a third clean sheet in four games.

Ben Brown took his tally to six goals in three games with two more in Hollands & Blair’s 2-1 victory against Holmesdale.

Maidstone United striker Jack Barham Picture: Steve Terrell
Maidstone United striker Jack Barham Picture: Steve Terrell

Zak Ansah became Herne Bay’s record Isthmian League scorer, taking his tally to 52, with a hat-trick in a 6-1 win at Lancing.

Warren Mfula scored a hat-trick in the final 14 minutes as Sheppey beat Welling Town 3-0 to stay level on points with Chatham.

Jack Barham’s second-half double - a superb volley and an opportunistic lob - saw Maidstone win 2-1 at Braintree to go top of National League South.

Hakan Hayrettin is our manager of the week after the Stones moved two points clear of Dorking in the title race.

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