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

By KentOnline reporter

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

Makeshift Dartford left-back Taylor Fisher won last week's poll, collecting 46% of 981 votes cast.

Have a look at this week's XI and vote for your favourite at the bottom of the page.

Sam Mott saved a last-minute penalty as Ashford won 2-1 at Phoenix in Tommy Warrilow's first game as manager of the Bostik South East club.

Right-back Jack Paxman helped Margate claim a much-needed 2-1 win at Potters Bar in the Bostik Premier. He was also credited with one of the goals but it's since gone to Frannie Collin.

A clean sheet and an injury-time winner made Sonny Miles an automatic pick as Tonbridge won 1-0 at league leaders Dorking.

Margate right-back Jack Paxman Picture: Don Walker
Margate right-back Jack Paxman Picture: Don Walker

He's partnered by Gillingham captain Gabriel Zakuani, who was far busier than he should have been as Steve Lovell's side won 1-0 at non-league Slough in the FA Cup.

Josh Dorling completes our defence after helping new club Sevenoaks win 3-1 at Ramsgate, the former Maidstone man joining from Sittingbourne.

Darren Oldaker is our second Gills player after his 30-yard stunner sent them through to the third round of the FA Cup.

Dover midfielder Bedsente Gomis Picture: Alan Langley
Dover midfielder Bedsente Gomis Picture: Alan Langley

Bedsente Gomis was excellent for Dover in a 2-2 National League draw at Andy Hessenthaler's old club Eastleigh.

And Zach Fagan was outstanding as Hythe Town won 2-0 at Guernsey to consolidate third place in Bostik South East.

In attack, Ian Draycott's hat-trick helped Folkestone beat Merstham 6-2 in the Bostik Premier and he's closing in on Invicta's record goalscorer Jimmy Dryden.

Folkestone striker Ian Draycott Picture: Paul Amos
Folkestone striker Ian Draycott Picture: Paul Amos

Substitute Danny Mills set up one goal and scored another as Welling beat Hungerford 3-1 to go top of National League South.

And Michael Cheek made it four goals in three games with the second-half opener as in-form Ebbsfleet won 2-0 at Aldershot in the National League.

Fleet's performance makes boss Garry Hill our manager-of-the-week.

They've taken eight points from four games under new boss Hill, keeping three clean sheets.

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