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KentOnline team-of-the-week features players from 11 clubs

By KentOnline reporter

Eleven clubs are represented in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.

Our top boss is Sevenoaks chief Micky Collins, whose side claimed their first home win since promotion to Bostik South East, beating much-fancied Hythe 2-0.

Have a look at our XI and let us know what you think by using the comments section or by tweeting @kentonlinesport.

Not for the first time this season, Dover keeper Mitch Walker spared his side a heavier defeat.

The National League strugglers lost 2-0 at home to Barrow but Walker made several excellent saves.

Fraser Walker was part of a Sevenoaks backline who kept prolific Hythe striker Zak Ansah quiet at Greatness Park.

Sittingbourne defender Lex Allan Picture: John Westhrop
Sittingbourne defender Lex Allan Picture: John Westhrop

Sittingbourne defender Lex Allan was unfortunate to be on the losing side against Ramsgate, having coped admirably with everything the visitors threw into their box.

But Ramsgate edged it 1-0 and it's fair to say defender George Crimmen was the pick of their side against his old club, earning a deserved clean sheet.

There's also a place for Maidstone defender Will De Havilland after his display in their 1-1 draw against Chesterfield.

The big centre-half was off the pitch for 10 minutes after a clash of heads but battled brilliantly on his return, making light of his injury.

Darts midfielder Lee Noble Picture: Sean Aidan
Darts midfielder Lee Noble Picture: Sean Aidan

Lee Noble opened the scoring with a header and had a fine game in midfield as Dartford beat Weston 2-1 in National League South.

Jack Mahoney may be a holding midfielder but that didn't stop him making it three goals in two games with a double as Chatham won 7-0 at Rusthall in Southern Counties East.

Timmy Babington also scored twice, including an 89th-minute winner, as Sheppey beat Glebe 3-2.

Up front, Reise Allassani was unplayable on his Ebbsfleet debut in a 3-1 National League win at Dagenham.

Gills striker Tom Eaves Picture: Ady Kerry
Gills striker Tom Eaves Picture: Ady Kerry

The on-loan Coventry man was the smallest player on the pitch but the Daggers simply couldn't handle him.

Gillingham striker Tom Eaves showed great determination after coming off the bench at Shrewsbury, earning a 2-2 draw with a last-minute equaliser.

Bearsted forward Lucian Scarlat completes our line-up after his double, including an 86th-minute equaliser, helped settled a seven-goal thriller at Lordswood.

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