Published: 10:06, 09 December 2019
| Updated: 10:07, 09 December 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Whitstable midfielder Liam Gillies won last week's poll, taking 45% of the vote after his performance in their derby win at Faversham.
Have a look at this week's attacking line-up and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Rilwan Anibaba retains his place in goal after another superb performance in Lordswood's goalless draw at Greenwich Borough.
He saved Lords from defeat in a display described by manager Darren Anslow as 10 out of 10.
Ross Ibbertson was Hythe's man-of-the-match in their goalless draw at Guernsey.
The Cannons were desperate for a clean sheet after conceding eight goals in their last two games and right-back Ibbertson helped make it happen while also remaining a threat going forward.
Ejiro Okosieme helped Welling to a first clean sheet in four games and just a second league win since the end of September, with the Wings beating play-off contenders Hemel 2-0.
What a moment for Connor Ogilive, whose late winner gave Gillingham a 1-0 victory over League 1 giants Sunderland at Priestfield.
Jordan Wynter - a defender these days - impressed in a holding midfield role as Dartford drew 1-1 at Dulwich in front of almost 2,500 fans.
He's surrounded by attackers, including Tonbridge winger Khale Da Costa who scored twice as they came from 2-0 down at half-time to stun Billericay 3-2 at Longmead.
Dan Wishart scored a lovely opener through the keeper's legs and was rampant down the left as Maidstone won 4-1 at Oxford City.
Ira Jackson led Folkestone to a 2-1 win over Horsham in a top-of-the-table Isthmian Premier clash at Cheriton Road.
Jackson opened the scoring from the penalty spot and it was his cross that forced an own goal as Invicta went three points clear.
Zak Ansah scored either side of half-time as Herne Bay pulled off an impressive 4-2 victory at VCD.
Two goals in six second-half minutes from Dan Bradshaw proved decisive as Sheppey won 4-1 at fellow form side Tunbridge Wells.
Sid Sollis completes our forward line after a brilliant goal-of-the-season contender in Sittingbourne's 2-1 win at Sevenoaks.
It's worth watching the video of Sollis' strike as the former Hythe striker beats players on the left and cuts inside before unleashing a 25-yard strike.
There were strong contenders for this week's top boss - Steve McKimm at Tonbridge, Maidstone's John Still and Folkestone chief Neil Cugley.
But we've a new winner with the award going to Adam Woodward following Erith Town's shock 2-0 win at Chatham in Southern Counties East.