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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.

Ben Brown won our last poll, taking 32% of the vote after his double as a makeshift striker for Hollands & Blair against Punjab.

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

Chris Lewington has made a big impact on his return to the Maidstone side.

The club's goalkeeper coach followed his heroics against Dorking with another top-class display as the Stones beat Dulwich 4-1.

Gillingham match-winner Connor Ogilvie Picture: Ady Kerry
Gillingham match-winner Connor Ogilvie Picture: Ady Kerry

Will De Havilland excelled at centre-half as Dover won 1-0 at Ebbsfleet to close in on the National League play-off places.

Callum McGeehan took his goal tally to eight - some effort for a centre-half - and celebrated a clean sheet as Hollands & Blair won 3-0 at Lordswood.

And Connor Ogilvie was at it again with another late winner as Gillingham continued their fine form with a 1-0 win over Rochdale.

Chatham midfielder Jack Evans goes for goal against Sheppey Picture: Chris Davey
Chatham midfielder Jack Evans goes for goal against Sheppey Picture: Chris Davey

Veteran player-coach Micheal Everitt was man-of-the-match on his return to the side as Folkestone consolidated top spot in the Isthmian Premier with a 4-0 Boxing Day win over Kent rivals Margate.

Two goals from Jack Evans, including a stunning winner, saw Chatham beat Sheppey 3-2 before a record Southern Counties East crowd of 927 at Maidstone Road.

Billy Munday continued his good goalscoring form from midfield as Deal won 3-0 at Canterbury.

And pacy winger Merrick Simms came off the bench to score the winner as Corinthian came from 2-0 down to beat Punjab 3-2.

Johan Caney-Bryan celebrates one of his two goals for Sittingbourne against Ramsgate Picture: John Westhrop
Johan Caney-Bryan celebrates one of his two goals for Sittingbourne against Ramsgate Picture: John Westhrop

Up top, Darren McQueen made it three goals in two games over Christmas by opening the scoring in Dartford's 3-0 win over Tonbridge.

Johan Caney-Bryan marked his return from an ankle injury by scoring twice as Sittingbourne thrashed Ramsgate 7-0.

And there were also two goals for Jason Thompson in Tunbridge Wells' 4-1 win against Crowborough.

Scott Lindsey is our top boss after Chatham ended Sheppey's seven-match winning streak.

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