Published: 00:00, 04 December 2017 |
Updated: 09:47, 04 December 2017
Nine clubs are represented in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Our top boss is Jason Whitmore - who guided Ashford United to their first Bostik South win since September as they defeated Thamesmead 4-1 at Homelands.
Have a look at our XI and let us know what you think by using the comments section at the bottom of the page or by tweeting @kentonlinesport.
He may have been beaten three times on Saturday but Welling's on-loan Millwall keeper Ryan Sandford produced a number of brilliant saves against East Thurrock in National League South.
In defence, we've gone for Gillingham's Luke O'Neill after he opened the scoring in their FA Cup second round tie against Carlisle.
Richard Sho-Silva scored the winner and helped keep a clean sheet as leaders Dartford won 1-0 at Poole in National League South.
He's joined in defence by Manny Parry of Dover. Parry bounced back from the error which gave AFC Fylde victory last week with an accomplished performance in their 2-2 draw at Bromley.
Our final defender is Danny Young of Phoenix Sports, after he netted their winner against Horsham in Bostik South.
We've gone with five midfielders this week, starting with Alex Brown of Dartford as he played a key role in their win at Poole.
Dave Cook scored a 90th-minute equaliser for Hythe against Hastings in a dramatic 2-2 draw in Bostik South.
Max Watters grabbed a hat-trick as Ashford ended that long wait for a league win against Thamesmead.
Mitch Brundle is our second Dover nomination, crucially launching his side's comeback with a quality finish from Anthony Jeffrey's assist at Bromley.
Our final pick is Ben Davisson who was a standout performer for Sittingbourne in their Bostik South victory at East Grinstead.
Finally, there was a dramatic turnaround at Ramsgate on Saturday as they came from behind to beat Herne Bay late on. Rory Smith got an 85th-minute equaliser so he leads the line in our team of the week.
Let us know what you think by using our comments section.
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