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Tonbridge defender Harry Hudson won our final poll of 2021, taking 22 per cent of the vote after helping his side upset National League Torquay in the FA Trophy.

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

Corinthian goalkeeper Aiden Prall kept back-to-back clean sheets over the weekend, with a man-of-the-match performance in the 1-0 win at Phoenix and another shut-out in the draw with Haywards Heath.

Josh Vincent is not only an important defender for Folkestone, he’s chipping in with goals, with Monday’s effort in a 3-0 win over Leatherhead his third in four games.

Harry O’Donnell earned Canterbury City a point with his second-half effort as they came back from 2-0 down to draw at Bearsted.

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

Joe Ellul continued his excellent form since returning from a four-month injury lay-off, producing another rock-solid performance in Maidstone's 2-0 derby win against Tonbridge.

Tobi Adebayo-Rowling set up the winner and was a constant threat from right wing-back on his return from suspension in Ebbsfleet’s 1-0 victory over local rivals Dartford.

Dan Phillips had been an injury doubt before Gillingham’s game at MK Dons but he pulled on his boots and was a key man in keeping the hosts at bay as Steve Evans’ side claimed a goalless draw.

Malaki Toussaint opened the scoring in a bottom-of-the-table clash as Phoenix boosted their survival bid with a 2-0 victory at Lancing.

Chatham Town striker Dan Bradshaw Picture: Chris Davey
Chatham Town striker Dan Bradshaw Picture: Chris Davey

It was a great weekend for Margate and Ben Greenhalgh, the midfielder scoring twice in a 3-1 win over Folkestone and finding the net again as Jay Saunders’ side won 4-2 at Bowers & Pitsea. He also chipped in with four assists.

Dan Bradshaw made the difference against his old club, credited with both goals, as Chatham beat Sheppey 2-0 before a record Southern Counties East crowd of 1,876.

The dubious goals panel might have something to say about his second but try taking it away from Bradshaw after Chats ended their title rivals’ unbeaten record.

Dipo Akinyemi was easily Welling’s man-of-the-match as they shocked promotion-chasing Dulwich Hamlet.

Welling forward Dipo Akinyemi Picture: Keith Gillard
Welling forward Dipo Akinyemi Picture: Keith Gillard

Akinyemi has got himself in shape and looks the real deal now, scoring the only goal in front of more than 3,300 fans at Champion Hill.

Gary Lockyer had his best weekend since joining Ashford from Homelands tenants Kennington.

He headed the opener in a 2-2 draw with Faversham on Saturday and struck twice against former club Ramsgate, including the winner, in a 3-2 away victory on Monday.

Hakan Hayrettin is our top boss after leading Maidstone to the top of National South with a sixth successive victory.

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