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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 Cuxton 91 striker Danny Rowe, who won last week’s poll with 38% of the vote after his first-half hat-trick in a 4-2 victory over Welling Park.

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

Man-of-the-match Max Ovenden preserved Cray Valley’s unbeaten record in Isthmian South East with a couple of excellent saves in a goalless draw with Chichester.

Ben Chapman was used in a variety of positions - including right-back - and also popped up on the edge of the box at the start of the second half to level as Ebbsfleet drew 2-2 at National League leaders Chesterfield.

Conor Masterson scored one and made another as Gillingham produced an eye-catching 3-1 victory at Notts County in League 2 on Friday night.

Luke Woodward gives Sittingbourne the lead at Erith & Belvedere. Picture: Ian Scammell
Luke Woodward gives Sittingbourne the lead at Erith & Belvedere. Picture: Ian Scammell

Debutant Jamie Mascoll made two key late interceptions to deny 18-goal striker Steve Cawley chances to equalise in Chatham’s 2-1 Isthmian Premier win against Margate.

Makhosini Khanye scored twice as Larkfield & New Hythe won 9-0 at Greenways in Southern Counties East Division 1 - the biggest victory in the club’s 63-year history and one that sets them up nicely for their Kent Senior Trophy semi-final at Erith Town next Saturday.

Man-of-the-match Emmanuel Mensah capped an all-action display with a goal as Sevenoaks beat Lancing 4-2 in a cracking Isthmian South East match at Greatness Park.

Luke Woodward opened the scoring with his first goal of the season as Sittingbourne won 4-0 at Erith & Belvedere.

A seventh successive league victory leaves the Brickies only six points behind Isthmian South East leaders Ramsgate.

Teenager George Wilkinson scored twice, the first a free-kick from out wide, in Dover’s incredible 6-4 defeat at National League South promotion contenders Worthing.

Will Johnson-Cole’s late double saw Bearsted to an impressive 3-1 win in a top-five SCEFL Premier Division clash at Corinthian.

Michael Salako moved on to 20 goals for the season by scoring a hat-trick as Herne Bay moved into the Isthmian South East play-off spots with a 3-1 home win over Broadbridge Heath.

Mo Cham continued his red-hot form with a hat-trick in Canterbury City’s 3-2 win against Meridian VP in SCEFL Division 1. That’s nine goals for the forward since signing last month.

Stephen Clemence is our top boss after Gillingham’s outstanding 3-1 victory at Notts County.

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