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

Congratulations to Tonbridge striker Tommy Wood, who won last week's poll with 25 per cent of the vote after his match-winning late double against Hungerford.

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

Jonny Henly saved two spot-kicks as Tonbridge Angels beat King's Lynn on penalties in the FA Trophy after a 1-1 draw - sending them through to the last 16 for the first time in their history.

Robbie McKenzie, back in his more natural defensive role, scored Gillingham's opener against Burton and was sorely missed when he went off injured as the visitors recovered to win 3-1.

Goalkeeper Jonny Henly is about to be mobbed by Tonbridge team-mates after his penalty shoot-out heroics Picture: Dave Couldridge
Goalkeeper Jonny Henly is about to be mobbed by Tonbridge team-mates after his penalty shoot-out heroics Picture: Dave Couldridge

Robbie Bissett struck at the death to take Tunbridge Wells' FA Vase tie against Bridgwater United to a penalty shoot-out, which the 2013 finalists won 5-3 to keep alive dreams of another Wembley trip.

Josh Dorling scored a late winner against his former club as Phoenix Sports edged Sittingbourne 2-1 to further fuel their survival hopes in Isthmian South East.

Canterbury's long wait for a win is over after Luke Illsley's goal earned a 2-1 victory over Rusthall.

TJ Jadama netted the winner - his third goal in three matches - as Ramsgate came from a goal down to beat Sevenoaks 2-1.

Gillingham defender Robbie McKenzie Picture: KPI
Gillingham defender Robbie McKenzie Picture: KPI

Michael Phillips saw his penalty saved as Maidstone lost to Boreham Wood on spot-kicks in the FA Trophy but it was his equaliser that took the tie the distance against the National League high-fliers, having excelled in the midfield battle.

Brad Webb was one of two Snodland players to score hat-tricks - Adam Hooper the other - in their 9-1 win over Chessington & Hook.

Up top, Liam Middleton scored both goals in Kennington's 2-0 win against Erith & Belvedere.

Kennington forward Liam Middleton Picture: Ian Scammell
Kennington forward Liam Middleton Picture: Ian Scammell

Dan Bradshaw makes another appearance after scoring four times as Chatham beat Welling Town 5-0.

Two goals from Marcel Barrington helped Cray Valley to a 4-2 victory at Hythe to go third in Isthmian South East.

Richard Styles is today's boss after leading Tunbridge Wells into the last 16 of the FA Vase.

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