Vote for your star man in KentOnline’s Team of the Week

Vote for your star man in KentOnline’s Team of the Week.

Congratulations to Cray Wanderers defender Harrison Sodje, who won last week’s poll with 37% of the vote after his tremendous equalizing goal against Enfield.

Take a look at today’s XI and pick your favorite at the bottom of the page.

The two days of the Holy Week matches have been taken into account.

joseph coleman He proved to be a capable substitute for Folkestone after Pat Ohman broke and dislocated his elbow 20 minutes into their Good Friday Isthmian Premier match against Carshalton.


The substitute goalkeeper kept a clean sheet in a goalless draw and did it again on Easter Monday as Invicta won 1-0 at Margate.

George Fowler he fell ill on the way to the Maidstone game at Southend and missed his team’s 2–0 defeat in the National League.

But the defender returned on Monday and helped the Stones keep a clean sheet for the first time in 23 league games when George Elokobi’s side drew 0-0 with Barnet.

Butler Reece he made a key clearance from the line as Chatham 1–0 up in their Isthmian South East title clash against Ramsgate.

Chats added a second goal to come close to winning the championship at the first attempt, Butler also played in a 1-0 win at Lancing on Saturday.

George Fowler, Maidstone United defender. Image: Steve Terrell

South East Hythe Isthmus’s play-off charge continued with back-to-back wins over Easter.

jason fregene he scored in their 4–1 win at Burgess Hill and helped the Cannons to a clean sheet in a 1–0 win over Faversham.


Sheppey moved closer to Isthmian South East’s play-off places with two games to go, thanks to danny leonardoThe winning goal on the stroke of half-time at rival Ashford.

Leonard, a man for big occasions, proved it with an elegant finish for the only goal of the game.

Tom Chapman he scored in Deal Town’s 2–1 and 2–0 wins against Welling Town and Erith Town respectively.

The back-to-back wins extended their unbeaten streak to 18 games and saw them move closer to second placed Phoenix Sports in the Southern Counties Eastern Premier Division.

Remaining in the SCEFL, Rajan Sahni scored four times as Kennington thrashed Sutton Athletic 5-0 on Saturday.

AND jefferson aibangbee he bounced back from his missed penalty at the weekend in a 2-1 loss against Fisher by providing crosses for two Whitstable goals in a 3-2 win at Hollands & Blair.

Sittingbourne achieved four consecutive victories in the South East Isthmus for the first time since 2019, with mitchell may coming off the bench to score in a 3-1 win at East Grinstead and finding the net again after starting their 3-0 win over Corinthian.

Dominic Poleon he scored a hat-trick as Ebbsfleet clinched the National South title with a 3–0 win over Oxford City on Good Friday.

He was sent off when the champions lost 3-2 at Braintree on Monday, but we won’t worry too much about that.

Snodland were also celebrating a league title at the weekend, Rob Denness on goal twice in a 4-0 win over Meridian VP that clinched the SCEFL Division 1 crown.

Ebbs Fleet Manager dennis kutrieb he’s our main boss after leading Ebbsfleet to title glory and returning to the National League after a three-year absence.


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