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

Kent Online logo Kent Online 27/03/2023 (KentOnline reporter)

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

Congratulations to Whitstable goalkeeper Dan Eason, who won last week's poll with 24% of the vote after his performance in their win at Erith & Belvedere.

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

We've an outfield player in goal after Sittingbourne defender Harrison Pont made a match-winning penalty save from Adebayo Akinfenwa in the Swale derby at Faversham.

Pont took the gloves with Harley Earle going off injured and denied Akinfenwa in added time as the Brickies extended their unbeaten run in Isthmian South East to eight games with a 1-0 victory.

Luke O'Neill was part of a confident Ebbsfleet defence who saw out a 1-0 win at Slough, a result that leaves them two wins from the National League South title.

James Billings impressed as Isthmian South East bottom side Corinthian came from a goal down to beat a dangerous Chichester outfit 2-1.

Ebbsfleet United defender Luke O'Neill. Picture: Keith Gillard © Kent Online Ebbsfleet United defender Luke O'Neill. Picture: Keith Gillard

Clean-sheet specialists Hythe were at it again, with Lex Allan to the fore in a 1-0 victory at Isthmian South East play-off rivals Sevenoaks.

Man-of-the-matchJosh Oliver scored an early double as Whitstable went fifth in Southern Counties East thanks to a 2-0 victory against Holmesdale.

Shaun Williams capped another outstanding performance with an injury-time winner as in-form Gillingham beat League 2 promotion-chasers Carlisle 1-0 at Priestfield.

Williams had already been named man-of-the-match before his late strike further eased any lingering relegation concerns.

Big Manny Parry \- a centre-half by trade - played a key role in an unfamiliar holding midfield role in Welling's 1-0 National League South win over Bath City.

On-loan Gills youngster Matty Macarthur capped a superb debut with a fine strike as Sheppey continued their Isthmian South East play-off charge with a 5-1 thrashing of fellow contenders Beckenham.

Ben Greenhalgh scored twice as Margate came from two goals down to win 3-2 at Isthmian Premier leaders Hornchurch, ending a three-match losing run.

Kane Rowland's brilliant 98th-minute scorpion-kick saw Isthmian South East leaders Ramsgate snatch a point from 3-1 down against Haywards Heath, earning what could be a crucial point in their title fight with Chatham.

On-loan Southend wideman Jack Wood continued his flying form for Tonbridge with a first-half double as the National South play-off hopefuls beat Hungerford 4-3 in a Longmead thriller.

Reece Prestedge is our manager of the week for the first time after Margate's comeback victory at Hornchurch.


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