Vote for your star man in KentOnline’s team of the week.
Congratulations to Herne Bay forward Zak Ansah who won last week’s poll with 25 per cent of the vote after scoring four times over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Have a look at today’s XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Dan Wilks made a couple of crucial saves to keep Dartford in front at Bath and they went on to win to 3-1 to maintain their perfect record in National South.
Hollands & Blair got their Southern Counties East campaign back on track with Sam Itauma scoring twice in a 5-0 win at Rusthall.
Taylor Curran made an impressive debut for Maidstone as an early replacement for the injured Joe Ellul in a 3-1 win at Oxford City.
Nathan Gordon scored the winner and helped Hythe to a clean sheet as Steve Watt’s side beat Ascot United 1-0 to progress in the FA Cup.
Winger Kyle McDowell scored the winner at Welling Town to give a young Lordswood team their first victory of the season in Southern Counties East.
Bradley Stevenson marked a decent display with Welling United’s opening goal in a 2-2 draw with Slough in National South.
Koby Arthur scored and caught the eye in a hardworking Dover performance at Altrincham that deserved better than a late 3-2 defeat for Andy Hessenthaler’s men.
Folkestone came through a tricky FA Cup tie at Corinthian with Alfie Paxman’s bullet header earning a 3-2 victory.
Aaron Millbank scored both goals as Whitstable drew 2-2 with Leatherhead from the league above in the FA Cup.
Ibrahim Olutade was only on the pitch a matter of minutes but made a big impact, scoring a 98th-minute equaliser from the last kick of the game to give Tonbridge their first home point of the season in a 1-1 draw with Hampton.
Matt Gething struck twice as Tunbridge Wells ran out 4-1 winners away to a Fisher team who are rarely easy to break down.
Steve King is our top boss after his Dartford side made it five wins out of five at the top of National South.