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KentOnline team-of-the-week features players from eight clubs

By KentOnline reporter

KentOnline's team-of-the-week returns for the 2018-19 season with players from eight clubs in today's line-up.

Our top boss is Steve Lovell after the Welshman masterminded Gillingham's 2-0 win at Accrington Stanley on the opening day.

Have a look at our XI and let us know your thoughts by using the comments section at the bottom of the page or by tweeting @kentonlinesport.

Maidstone keeper Lee Worgan gets the nod in goal after a couple of important first-half saves in their 1-1 National League draw with Hartlepool.

Dover were edged 1-0 by Wrexham but Josh Passley contributed to a solid defensive display and also looked good going forward down the right.

Tom Bonner marked his first game as captain by leading Dartford to a 2-1 success at Bath City in National League South.

Alongside him in central defence is Liam Quinn, who scored in Canterbury's 5-2 Southern Counties East win over Rusthall.

Dover defender Josh Passley Picture: Tony Flashman
Dover defender Josh Passley Picture: Tony Flashman

At left-back, Jason Fregene scored the winner and helped Hollands & Blair to a clean sheet in a 1-0 against Fisher in the SCEFL.

Our midfield three includes two Gills players.

Regan Charles-Cook, playing at the tip of a diamond, frightened Accrington with his pace in his first-ever league game.

He took to it like a duck to water, also setting up Brandon Hanlan's opener.

Team-mate Billy Bingham, making his first start since breaking ankle last October, was also involved in Hanlan's goal and had an excellent game.

Gillingham midfielder Billy Bingham Picture: Ady Kerry
Gillingham midfielder Billy Bingham Picture: Ady Kerry

Our third midfielder is Lee Noble, who excelled as Jamie Coyle and Adam Flanagan started their Dartford reign with a come-from-behind victory.

Up front, Dan Bradshaw scored a hat-trick as Sheppey started their Southern Counties East campaign with a 5-0 win over Crowborough.

Myles Weston looked dangerous down the left for Ebbsfleet, although Daryl McMahon's men started with a 1-0 home defeat by National League big guns Chesterfield.

On the right, it's Maidstone winger Blair Turgott. He opened the scoring from the penalty spot and looked a big threat running at the Pools defence.

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