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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.

Well done to Faversham defender Joe Denny, who won last week’s poll with 30 per cent of the vote.

Have a look at this week’s XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.

Hollands & Blair keeper Mitchell Ware made a brilliant triple save from a penalty in his side’s goalless draw with unbeaten Tunbridge Wells in Southern Counties East.

Summer signing Joe Ellul powered home a 95th-minute header as Maidstone earned a 2-2 draw at much-fancied Havant in National League South.

Gillingham defender Zech Medley had his best game for the club in an impressive 3-1 win over a highly-rated Oxford United side.

Folkestone Invicta captain Callum Davies Picture: Barry Goodwin
Folkestone Invicta captain Callum Davies Picture: Barry Goodwin

Captain Callum Davies led Folkestone their first clean sheet of the season as Neil Cugley’s men beat Potters Bar 1-0 in the Isthmian Premier

Hythe’s former Gillingham midfielder Darren Oldaker scored early in the second half - a fierce strike - to settle their Isthmian South East derby against Herne Bay.

Jack Paxman has made a good start to life at Ebbsfleet, the ex-Maidstone man bossing midfield as the 10-man hosts drew 1-1 with Dulwich Hamlet in National South.

Luke Rooney capped an impressive return to his former club with a goal as Chatham won 5-1 at Beckenham in Southern Counties East.

Hythe Town midfielder Darren Oldaker Picture: Paul Amos
Hythe Town midfielder Darren Oldaker Picture: Paul Amos

And there was a hat-trick for Frankie Morgan as Corinthian continued their flying start to the SCEFL season with a 4-0 win against Welling Town.

Jack Midson showed his class with a first-half double as Sheppey United beat Molesey 6-0 in FA Vase qualifying.

Gary Lockyer scored twice in the first 10 minutes and completed his hat-trick in the closing stages as Kennington thumped Shoreham 7-0 in the Vase.

Whitstable Town forward TJ Jadama
Whitstable Town forward TJ Jadama

TJ Jadama’s spectacular header saw Isthmian South East Whitstable chalk up a third straight win, defeating Burgess Hill 1-0.

Steve Evans masterminded Gillingham’s impressive win over last season’s play-off finalists, Oxford, but this week’s top boss is Dan Scorer of Kennington after guiding his Southern Counties East Division 1 side to the first round proper of the Vase in spectacular fashion.

Who's your star man?
Mitchell Ware
Joe Ellul
Zech Medley
Callum Davies
Darren Oldaker
Jack Paxman
Luke Rooney
Frankie Morgan
Gary Lockyer
Jack Midson
Tijan Jadama

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