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

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

Hollands & Blair centre-half Callum McGeehan won last week's poll, taking 40% of more than 1,300 votes after his hat-trick against Crowborough.

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

Sittingbourne claimed an impressive 2-0 win over high-flying Herne Bay in Isthmian South East, helped by some fine early saves by ex-Wigan youngster Jordan Perrin in goal.

Jamie Coyle scored the equaliser as 10-man Hythe battled back from 2-0 down to draw with Whyteleafe and made a goalline clearance at the death to ensure the Cannons held on for a point.

Luke Pennell was among a number of star performers for Maidstone in their FA Cup win over Torquay.

Jamie Coyle celebrates his equaliser for Hythe Picture: Andy Jones
Jamie Coyle celebrates his equaliser for Hythe Picture: Andy Jones

In and out of the side since his arrival at the Gallagher, Pennell justified his selection with a classy display as the Stones beat higher-league opponents 1-0.

Connor Ogilvie didn't put a foot wrong in Gillingham's 1-1 FA Cup draw at Sunderland.

He kept Will Grigg quiet and pulled off a timely tackle to deny Duncan Whatmore late on.

In midfield, Danny Leonard scored a hat-trick for Sheppey United in a 6-2 Southern Counties East win against Deal.

Dover midfielder Jai Reason gets to work against Southend Picture: Tony Flashman
Dover midfielder Jai Reason gets to work against Southend Picture: Tony Flashman

Jai Reason was man-of-the-match in Dover's 1-0 FA Cup upset win against League 1 Southend.

He expected to miss the game after picking up five league bookings but was cleared to play and had an excellent match on live TV, also hitting the bar.

Ebbsfleet lost at the death to Notts County but Josh Payne surely scored the goal of the first round, a stunning 40-yard strike to give his side an early lead.

Luke Griffths marked his return to Faversham by scoring the winner in a 1-0 victory at East Grinstead.

It was a good time to produce, with new boss James Collins watching from the stands as caretaker manager Clive Walker signed off with a win.

Hollands & Blair striker Harry Goodger celebrates one of his three goals Picture: Phil Lee
Hollands & Blair striker Harry Goodger celebrates one of his three goals Picture: Phil Lee

Harry Goodger made it back-to-back league hat-tricks with another treble as Hollands & Blair thrashed Erith & Belvedere 7-1 - some feat for the in-form striker.

Luke Medley completed his second hat-trick of the season as Lordswood won 6-1 at AFC Croydon.

And there was a double for Frankie Sawyer, including a second-half equaliser, as Sevenoaks drew 2-2 with Chichester in Isthmian South East.

Our top boss is Andy Hessenthaler, following Whites' brilliant FA Cup win over Sol Campbell's Southend.

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