Published: 09:30, 21 January 2019
| Updated: 09:32, 21 January 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Sevenoaks midfielder Alec Fiddes won last week's poll, taking 34% of the vote following his goal in a 4-1 derby victory over Faversham.
Have a look at today's XI and vote for your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Goalkeeper Nathan Ashmore was Ebbsfleet's man-of-the-match in their 2-0 win over National League leaders Leyton Orient.
Providing the perfect response following his ordeal at Chesterfield, Ashmore made a number of great saves in front of more than 3,000 fans at Stonebridge Road.
Danny McNamara had a brilliant game as Welling beat Eastbourne 1-0 to move up to fifth place in National League South, including a goal-saving challenge.
There's an appearance for Scott Doe after he helped nine-man Dover hold on for a 1-1 draw against Bromley, Whites showing the character that's seen them climb the National League table.
Alongside him is Hollands & Blair centre-half Kieran Sharp, who made a successful first appearance of the season following a knee injury.
He marked his return to fitness with a solid display as Blair beat Holmesdale 3-1 to reach the Kent Senior Trophy semi-finals.
Chris Bush is our second Ebbsfleet player, the left-back defending well and scoring a magnificent free-kick in the win over Justin Edinburgh's O's.
In midfield, Sam Corne edges team-mate Josh Wisson after his performance in a 7-0 win over Greenwich Borough in Bostik South East.
He drove them forward, scored and provided assists as the Nuts and Bolts strengthened their play-off bid.
Stuart Lewis is a man you want in your side when you're up against it and Dover's midfield warrior put in a big shift against Bromley.
Tonbridge winger Joe Turner had a great game in a 4-3 Bostik Premier win at Bishop's Stortford, scoring twice and looking a huge threat down the left.
Up top, Dave Cook scored the winner as Faversham ended a run of four defeats with a 2-1 victory at Kent rivals Whitstable.
Kane Rowland showed Sittingbourne what they're missing with his early goal for Ramsgate in a 4-0 victory over their Kent rivals at Southwood.
Rowland's return to the Brickies collapsed after Aslan Odev's resignation a fortnight ago, allowing Rams to pounce.
And Rob Denness moved into double figures for the season with a double as Sheppey beat Croydon 4-0 in Southern Counties East.
Garry Hill is our manager-of-the-week after leading Fleet to victory over Orient, and he's now taken 24 points out of 33 since succeeding Daryl McMahon, winning all five home games in the process.