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

Congratulations to Jack Hanson, who won last week’s poll with 32 per cent of the vote after his goalscoring debut for Whitstable.

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

Dan Colmer came into the side and made several saves as Margate claimed a goalless draw at Carshalton.

Jack Tucker made amends for last week’s mistake at Sunderland by scoring Gillingham’s equaliser against Wycombe.

Ashford United defender Mo Kamara Picture: Ian Scammell
Ashford United defender Mo Kamara Picture: Ian Scammell

Ashford secured an Isthmian South East play-off place with Mo Kamara a rock at the back in their 2-1 win at Lancing.

Alex Finney defended well and helped himself to a goal as Ebbsfleet won 4-2 at struggling Welling.

Jacob Gilbert scored and was involved in the other goal as Hythe claimed a vital 2-0 win at Whitehawk to close in on Isthmian South East survival.

Chatham clinched promotion from Southern Counties East in style, with Jack Evans scoring a hat-trick in a 10-1 win against Erith & Belvedere.

Hythe Town midfielder Jacob Gilbert Picture: Randolph File
Hythe Town midfielder Jacob Gilbert Picture: Randolph File

Hollands & Blair midfielder Jack Simon was unfortunate to finish on the losing side in the Kent Senior Trophy final.

He gave Blair the lead with a brilliant free-kick and only a great save in stoppage-time denied him an equaliser as the Ites won 2-1.

Dean Grant was Sheppey’s match-winner, scoring four minutes from time, and was named man-of-the-match at the Gallagher Stadium.

Yahaya Bamba scored a hat-trick as Sevenoaks continued their resurgence under Harry Hudson with a 3-0 win over promotion-chasing Cray Valley.

Sheppey forward Dean Grant leads the celebrations after his late winner in the Kent Senior Trophy final Picture: PSP Images
Sheppey forward Dean Grant leads the celebrations after his late winner in the Kent Senior Trophy final Picture: PSP Images

Matt Gething, no stranger to team of the week this season, scored four times in Tunbridge Wells’ 7-0 victory over Canterbury.

Joan Luque moved Maidstone a step closer to the National League South title, setting up Jerome Binnom-Williams’ opener and scoring a brilliant winner in a 2-1 victory at Chippenham that sent them seven points clear at the top.

Kevin Hake is our top boss after Chatham secured a return to the Isthmian League after a five-year absence by hitting double figures against the Deres.

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