Published: 00:00, 12 March 2018
| Updated: 08:37, 12 March 2018
Players from seven clubs feature in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Manager-of-the-week is Jay Saunders, who led Maidstone United to a first National League win in 18 games.
Have a look at our XI and let us know what you think by using the comments section or by tweeting @kentonlinesport.
Maidstone keeper Lee Worgan wasn't overly busy in their 1-0 win over Torquay but a four-month winless run may well have continued without his wonderful save from Connor Evans at 0-0.
Ebbsfleet defender Kenny Clark put his body on the line to deny Leyton Orient a single shot on target in their 1-1 draw at Brisbane Road. The O's only scored courtesy of an own goal from Dave Winfield.
Magnus Okuonghae marked an impressive debut on loan at Welling with a clean sheet as the Wings won 1-0 at East Thurrock to keep their National South play-off push going.
Our third centre-half is Liam Dickson, who scored his third goal in as many games as Ramsgate beat Chipstead 3-0.
Rams have won all three of those matches - their best run of the season.
Josh Hare capped a strong performance at right-wing-back with Maidstone's 88th-minute winner against Torquay.
It's not the easiest position to play but Hare got up and down all afternoon and put plenty of balls in the box.
Captain Lee Martin led Gillingham to a first-ever win at Portsmouth, scoring twice in a 3-1 victory as Steve Lovell's side fought back from a goal down.
Sam Hasler excelled as Folkestone won 3-0 at Harrow to go top of the Bostik Premier for the first time this season.
Two Hythe players complete midfield, with Ryan Johnson and wideman Kieron Campbell impressing in a 2-1 win over Bostik South play-off rivals Cray.
The Cannons could yet gatecrash the top six, with boss Sam Denly hailing a "great team performance".
Ade Yusuff pips Folkestone team-mate Johan ter Horst after his two goals in the win at Harrow, another high in a memorable season for Neil Cugley's men.
Half-time substitute Conor Wilkinson inspired Gillingham's comeback win at Fratton Park, scoring three minutes after his introduction.
He tried to claim Gills' second goal, too, but it was given to Martin.
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