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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.
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.