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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 Dartford captain Tom Bonner who won last week’s poll, taking 32 per cent of the vote after his goal and clean sheet in the win at Maidstone.

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

Gillingham goalkeeper Jack Bonham saved a penalty in a 1-1 draw against in-form rivals Charlton in League 1 on Saturday.

James Folkes was the best player on the pitch as Tonbridge won 1-0 at Ebbsfleet in National South, capping a fine performance at right-back by setting up the only goal.

Team-mate Sonny Miles was Captain Fantastic on his return from injury in Angels’ win at Stonebridge Road, keeping the Fleet at bay with some top defending.

Tonbridge Angels captain Sonny Miles Picture: Dave Couldridge
Tonbridge Angels captain Sonny Miles Picture: Dave Couldridge

Dartford got back on track after their midweek defeat with Connor Essam solid at the back in the National South leaders’ 2-0 win over Slough.

Injury and the form of Raphe Brown kept Noah Chesmain out of Maidstone’s team in the early weeks of the season but he’s taken his chance since getting back in, putting in decent displays against Ebbsfleet and Billericay.

Dover lost 2-0 at King’s Lynn in the National League but Steven Rigg ran his socks off for Andy Hessenthaler’s side.

Defensive midfielder Robbie McKenzie is improving every week for Gillingham, and he kept the Addicks' dangerous attacking players in check.

Jordan Graham scored Gillingham’s penalty in the 1-1 draw against Charlton, taking his tally for the season to six.

Tommy Wood led the line brilliantly and scored the winner for Tonbridge at Ebbsfleet, his second goal in as many games.

Veteran striker Chris Dickson turned up at Dartford on dual-registration from Hornchurch and scored twice on his debut in the win over Slough.

Jordan Graham scored Gillingham's penalty against Charlton Picture: Ady Kerry
Jordan Graham scored Gillingham's penalty against Charlton Picture: Ady Kerry

Ibrahim Olutade has had to wait a long time for his first start but he made the most of it by scoring Maidstone’s early opener in a 1-1 draw with Billericay.

No question about this week’s top boss with Steve McKimm getting his tactics spot on as Tonbridge beat Ebbsfleet.

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