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By KentOnline reporter

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

Sheppey striker Rob Denness won last week's poll, taking 35% of the vote after his double in a 4-0 win over Croydon.

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

Everyone loves a goalscoring keeper and Hythe No.1 George Kamurasi delivered with a last-minute equaliser in a 2-2 draw against VCD after coming up for a corner.

Danny McNamara is our right-back for the second week running after switching clubs.

The Millwall youngster impressed while on loan at Welling last week but has since joined Dover, where he was committed in the tackle, showed promise going forward and saved his side with a goalline clearance at the death in a 0-0 draw at Havant.

Matt Bourne was the pick of an impressive Faversham backline as the Lilywhites held runaway Bostik South East leaders Cray to a 1-1 draw at Salters Lane.

Lee Noble pulls the strings for Dartford against Concord Picture: Simon Hildrew
Lee Noble pulls the strings for Dartford against Concord Picture: Simon Hildrew

John Coker edges Ashford team-mate Mo Kamara after the Nuts & Bolts won 1-0 at Three Bridges - a fourth clean sheet in a row for Tommy Warrilow's promotion hopefuls.

At left-back we've gone for Jack Parter, an important player in a Tonbridge side who claimed one of the results of the weekend by toppling Bostik Premier leaders Haringey 1-0.

Lee Noble was Dartford's man-of-the-match in their 1-1 draw with Concord Rangers, showing all his old class.

Chatham striker Paul Vines scores one of his four goals against K Sports Picture: Steve Crispe
Chatham striker Paul Vines scores one of his four goals against K Sports Picture: Steve Crispe

Reece Butler impressed in a new midfield role as in-form Chatham thrashed K Sports 9-0.

And Danny Leonard scored twice as Herne Bay claimed another eye-catching victory, beating Hastings 4-1.

Up front, Sam Bewick scored twice as Southern Counties East leaders Corinthian beat Hollands & Blair 4-0 for their ninth win in a row.

Johan ter Horst in action for Folkestone against Kingstonian Picture: Paul Amos
Johan ter Horst in action for Folkestone against Kingstonian Picture: Paul Amos

Chatham captain Paul Vines made it 30 goals for the season by scoring four times in their K Sports rout.

And Johan ter Horst was prominent in Folkestone's 2-0 victory over promotion rivals Kingstonian, fouled for Ian Draycott's penalty opener and scoring the clincher.

Our manager-of-the-week is Chatham boss James Collins, who said their performance against K Sports was the best since he was appointed in September 2017.

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