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

Lordswood midfielder James Huggins won last week's poll, taking 27% of the vote after his double in the win against K Sports.

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

There's a first appearance in goal for Phoenix Sports keeper Steve Phillips, who kept Ramsgate at bay in a 0-0 draw.

Ashford claimed a creditable goalless draw at Horsham with Jerald Aboagye reliable as ever at right-back.

Ebbsfleet left-back Chris Bush keeps his place as the standout performer in a 2-0 derby win at Maidstone that leaves them just three points off the play-offs.

Chatham defender Richard Avery Picture: Steve Crispe
Chatham defender Richard Avery Picture: Steve Crispe

We've gone for a couple of goalscoring centre-halves with Chatham's Richard Avery on target in a 3-1 derby win at Lordswood and Ben Swift bagging his third goal in a matter of weeks as in-form Margate won 2-0 at Burgess Hill.

Brandon Kiernan lines up on the right wing after capping another decent display by winning the decisive penalty in Welling's 1-0 success at Weston.

Leo Da Silva Lopes had his best game yet for Gillingham, the on-loan Wigan man with a goal and an assist in a 4-2 win at AFC Wimbledon.

Gills midfielder Leo Da Silva Lopes gets away from Anthony Wordsworth Picture: Ady Kerry
Gills midfielder Leo Da Silva Lopes gets away from Anthony Wordsworth Picture: Ady Kerry

He's partnered by Cray Valley's Anthony Edgar who was an excellent outlet throughout their FA Vase semi-final second leg at Canterbury.

But probably his biggest contribution was an acrobatic clearance off the line with the tie still on a knife-edge, a key moment as the Millers reached Wembley.

Kieron Campbell set up a goal for Tom Carlton and scored himself as Hythe enjoyed an impressive 3-0 win at Sittingbourne.

Hythe winger Kieron Campbell Picture: Paul Amos
Hythe winger Kieron Campbell Picture: Paul Amos

Tom Derry's double helped in-form Tonbridge win 4-0 at Whitehawk, with all the goals coming in the second half.

He's partnered by Joe Taylor who grabbed both goals as Cray Wanderers twice fought back to draw with Haywards Heath.

Tonbridge's 4-0 away win makes Steve McKimm our top boss, with Angels overcoming the early loss of midfielder Tom Beere to strengthen their Bostik Premier play-off charge.

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