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

Here we go with KentOnline’s team of the season.

Once again, thousands of readers have voted in our weekly polls throughout another fine season of Kent football.

And there’s one more vote to cast - this time for player of the season.

Have a look at our starting XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.

Voting closes at 9am on Friday, May 24.

We’ve also got a five-man bench while our pick for top boss couldn’t have been closer.

Every successful team needs a good goalkeeper and Isthmian South East champions Cray Valley had one in Max Ovenden.

He only joined the Millers in September, advertised as “providing valuable cover” but turned out to be undroppable.

The former Haringey man went on to keep 22 clean sheets as the Millers won the title by six points.

Conor Masterson picked up the supporters’ player-of-the-year trophy at Gillingham after another standout season, adding goals to his game with six.

Defensively the team were sound, it was problems in attack that scuppered their promotion hopes.

Myles Kenlock only joined Ebbsfleet in late October but the former Ipswich man was a class act in defence, resulting in an England C call-up.

He played a key role in helping the Fleet avoid National League relegation.

Jack Penny, Deal’s 2022/23 player-of-the-year, enjoyed another consistent season as the Hoops won Southern Counties East.

The left-back’s lethal set-piece skills meant he was a threat in both boxes.

Josh Oliver continued his impressive step up from youth football into the men’s team at Whitstable Town.

The Oystermen missed out on the SCEFL play-offs but Oliver contributed plenty of goals and assists from midfield.

The fact Luke Woodward was voted both manager’s player and players’ player-of-the-year at