Published: 06:00, 10 February 2020
| Updated: 07:38, 10 February 2020
Vote for your star man in KentOnline’s team-of-the-week.
Joshua Froggatt won last week’s poll, taking 57% of more than 1,700 votes after scoring four times in Tunbridge Wells’ win at AFC Croydon.
Have a look at today’s XI and choose your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Charlie Burns’ second-half save from Whitstable’s John Ufuah earned a precious point for Ramsgate in their Isthmian South East survival battle.
It was the clearest chance for either side to grab a winner but Burns was equal to Ufuah’s strike as the Rams held on for 1-1 draw.
Laurence Harvey impressed in a solid backline as Herne Bay continued their play-off push with a 2-0 win at Haywards Heath.
Kane Smith defended brilliantly as Deal Town held big favourites Consett until the 75th minute of their FA Vase last-16 tie.
The County Durham outfit eventually won 2-0 but Smith and his team-mates should be proud of their efforts.
Corinthian continue to fly the flag for Southern Counties East with Jack Billings opening the scoring as they beat Sporting Khalsa 3-0 to reach the quarter-finals for the first time in their history.
It was as dominant as the scoreline suggests with the Kent club thoroughly deserving their spot in the last eight.
Justin Amaluzor scored Maidstone’s winner for the second game running, this time a classy strike to sink his old club Braintree.
The winger caused plenty of problems, particularly in the first half, and there was no stopping his goal as cut in from the right and finished emphatically.
Sam Hasler marked his return on loan to Ashford from Folkestone by scoring twice in a brilliant 3-0 win at Isthmian South East leaders Hastings.
The Nuts & Bolts are now just a point behind the leaders after inflicting their first home defeat of the season.
Ali Fuseini scored twice, including a late equaliser, as VCD drew 2-2 with Hythe Town.
Alex Flisher scored both Cannons goals in that game as the visitors came from one down to lead and he also makes our XI.
Dan Bradshaw’s hat-trick fired Sheppey United into the Kent Senior Trophy final for the third time in five seasons.
They beat Bearsted 3-0 at Holm Park in a battle of the highest-scoring teams in Southern Counties East.
K Sports striker Matt Gething missed out on a place in team-of-the-week a few weeks ago, despite scoring a hat-trick, with one pal taking his case to Piers Morgan.
But, after bagging another treble, this time in a 7-0 win over Erith & Belvedere, Gething makes our latest line-up.
Judging by the calls for his inclusion last time, we reckon he might take some beating in the star man vote.
Noel Leighton completes the team after scoring twice, including an 89th-minute leveller, as Margate drew 2-2 with Corinthian Casuals.
Tommy Warrilow is our top boss after Ashford’s 3-0 win at Hastings.
He felt his team were ready to take on the leaders but few would have predicted a scoreline quite like that.
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