Published: 09:12, 15 April 2019
| Updated: 09:16, 15 April 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Steve Ratcliff won last week's poll, taking 21% of the vote after his performance in Hollands & Blair's big win at Tunbridge Wells.
Have a look at today's XI and choose your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Ben Bridle-Card made an excellent first-half save as Sevenoaks beat Bostik South East play-off chasers Haywards Heath 1-0, marking his decision to stay at the club next season with a clean sheet.
You're always going to be tested at Hastings but Hythe right-back Salvyn Kisitu was up to the task in a 1-1 draw for Sam Denly's side.
Callum Davies was outstanding at centre-back as Folkestone revived Bostik Premier play-off hopes with a 3-1 success at Merstham, while Perry Spackman popped up with the equaliser in Tunbridge Wells' 3-2 win at Croydon in Southern Counties East.
Tom Carlse scored the final goal as Cray Wanderers clinched the Bostik South East title with a 3-1 win over his old club Ashford United.
Faversham are nearly safe in Bostik South East after a crucial 3-0 win over Three Bridges, Dan Carrington capping a strong performance with the final goal.
Tom Fitzgerald was named man-of-the-match for an all-action display in midfield as Chatham beat Beckenham 1-0 after extra time to win the Kent Senior Trophy.
Whitstable's excellent end-of-season form continued with Connor Sanders grabbing a last-minute winner as Scott Porter's side beat Phoenix Sports 2-1.
Ricky Modeste came off the bench to score the winner as Dover secured National League football next season with a remarkable comeback win at Barrow.
Two down with 17 minutes left, Modeste completed the turnaround with a last-minute goal in a 3-2 victory, sparking wild celebrations.
Charlie MacDonald continues to bang in the goals, helping himself to another hat-trick as VCD beat East Grinstead 5-4.
And James Alderman scored twice, including a 90th-minute winner, as K Sports came from a goal down to beat Canterbury 2-1.
James Collins is our top boss after leading Chatham to their first trophy in 20 years.
In a tight game, Collins' introduction of Michael Hagan proved decisive with the substitute scoring Chats' extra-time winner.