Published: 08:57, 20 January 2020
| Updated: 09:17, 20 January 2020
Vote for your star man in KentOnline’s team-of-the-week.
Chatham goalkeeper Dan Ellis won last week’s poll, taking 28% of the vote after playing on with a broken leg in their FA Vase tie against Corinthian.
Have a look at today’s XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Lee Worgan was on top form as Dover Athletic earned a goalless draw at National League big guns Notts County, including a first-half double save and a one-on-one in the second half.
Defender Callum McGeehan reached double figures for the season - putting many a centre-forward to shame - as Hollands & Blair drew 1-1 with Punjab United in Southern Counties East.
Tom Wynter caught the eye in a resolute Hythe backline as the Cannons beat fellow form side Sittingbourne 1-0 in Isthmian South East.
Josh Dorling helped Faversham to a clean sheet as the Lilywhites took a point against play-off contenders Cray Valley at Salters Lane.
Danny Leonard’s injury-time winner saw Sheppey United beat Erith Town 1-0 to reach the Kent Senior Trophy semi-finals.
Ben Chapman’s double helped Deal Town pulled off a brilliant replay win at Binfield to reach the last 16 of the FA Vase.
Chapman twice hauled his side level in normal time with the Hoops winning 7-6 on penalties after a 3-3 draw.
Keeper James Tonkin saved three spot-kicks and scored the winning penalty - an unbelievable effort - but without Chapman’s goals, the tie may not have got that far.
Welling’s on-loan Colchester midfielder Cameron James scored a wonderful solo goal as the Wings beat Hungerford 3-2 to climb out of the National South relegation zone.
James, who had a loan spell at Maidstone earlier this season, picked up the ball inside the visitors’ half and beat three men before finding the bottom corner.
Nodi Bobomurodov fired Bearsted into the semi-finals of the Kent Senior Trophy, scoring in added time of extra time as Kevin Stevens’ side won 2-1 at Lordswood.
Ira Jackson’s efforts proved in vain as Folkestone lost 4-3 at Bognor Regis but you can’t ignore a hat-trick.
Jackson’s goals gave Invicta a 3-1 lead at Nyewood Lane but they couldn’t hold on, conceding a last-minute winner.
Jay May set promotion-chasing Ashford on their way to a 4-1 win over Sevenoaks and remains an absolute handful for Isthmian South East defenders.
Marshall Wratten scored a terrific clincher as Whitstable came from a goal down to beat East Grinstead 3-1.
It was some strike from the on-loan Dover man as he cut inside and fired into the top corner.
Our top boss is Deal’s Derek Hares after the Hoops’ dramatic FA Vase replay win at Binfield set up a trip to County Durham club Consett.
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