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

Congratulations to Deal midfielder Alfie Foster, who won last week's poll with 27 per cent of the vote after his performance and goal in the 3-0 win over Glebe.

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

Adam Molloy secured a clean sheet with a fine save as Sheppey beat Holmesdale 1-0 in Southern Counties East.

Jono Richardson marked his debut with a goal in Faversham's 3-2 FA Trophy win against Tilbury.

Dartford defender Josh Hill Picture: Keith Gillard
Dartford defender Josh Hill Picture: Keith Gillard

Josh Hill helped Dartford to a third straight clean sheet as Steve King's side moved five points clear in National South with a 1-0 win over Hungerford, and he could have scored twice but for two brilliant saves in as many minutes.

Rusthall picked up their first win since August 14 with Callum Taylor man-of-the-match in a 2-1 home victory over Canterbury.

Craig Tanner was outstanding in Ebbsfleet's 3-1 success at Slough, the visitors up to fifth in National South after back-to-back wins.

Adem Ramadan scored the all-important equaliser as Herne Bay came from a goal down to win 3-1 at Sittingbourne in the FA Trophy.

Herne Bay midfielder Adem Ramadan, pictured at former club Tonbridge Picture: Sean Aidan
Herne Bay midfielder Adem Ramadan, pictured at former club Tonbridge Picture: Sean Aidan

Alfie Paxman produced a man-of-the-match performance in Folkestone's 5-1 Isthmian Premier win against Brightlingsea, scoring twice and setting up two more goals.

Che Krabbendam capped a fine display with the clinching third goal as Welling upset the form book with a 3-1 success at National South high-fliers Chippenham.

Our three forwards scored 13 goals between them.

Dan Bradshaw hit a hat-trick for Chatham in their 5-1 Southern Counties East win against Tunbridge Wells.

New Romney striker Roy Godden scored seven times in an hour Picture: Twitter/@NewRomneyFC
New Romney striker Roy Godden scored seven times in an hour Picture: Twitter/@NewRomneyFC

There was a third hat-trick in four weeks for in-form Gary Lockyer as Kennington beat Crowborough 4-1, all his goals coming in the second half.

But veteran Roy Godden upstaged both, with the 44-year-old former Dartford, Tonbridge and Dover striker scoring seven times in an hour during New Romney's 9-0 Kent County League Premier Division rout of Farnborough OB.

New Welling manager Peter Taylor is our top boss after masterminding the Wings' impressive victory at Chippenham, moving them up three places to 17th in National South.

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