Published: 09:03, 12 August 2019
| Updated: 09:43, 12 August 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Gary Beckett won last week's poll after his performance for Welling Town in their goalless draw with Canterbury, taking 28% of the vote.
Have a look at today's XI and choose your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Goalkeeper Jack Bonham was the one standout player for Gillingham in their 2-1 defeat by Burton.
Named man-of-the-match, Bonham made an excellent double stop and saved a penalty.
Ebbsfleet lost 1-0 at National League title favourites Fylde but produced a much-improved performance, helped by the return of captain Jack King from suspension.
Kevin Lokko didn't put a foot wrong in Dover's 2-1 win over Wrexham, the big defender having picked up where he left off last season.
There was a clean sheet for Dan Johnson on his Margate debut as the Blues started their Isthmian Premier campaign with a goalless draw against Brightlingsea Regent.
Canterbury midfielder Renford Tenyue grabbed the winner as City came from 2-0 down to beat Greenwich 3-2 in the FA Cup extra preliminary round.
Anthony Edgar's goal made the difference as Cray Valley edged Chatham 2-1 in the cup, while Scott Heard was man-of-the-match as Folkestone launched their season with an impressive 2-0 success against Worthing.
Dan Wishart lines up on the left wing after a successful return to Maidstone's starting XI saw him score one and make another in a 3-1 victory at Hungerford.
Sheppey striker Dan Bradshaw scored a hat-trick in the last five minutes of their 4-1 FA Cup success against East Preston, some effort from the prolific frontman.
Adam Cunnington got off the mark for Dartford, scoring a fine header in a 1-1 with National League South title favourites Havant.
Nassim L'Ghoul changed the game in his 30-minute substitute appearance as Dover beat Wrexham.
The summer signing from Welling caused all sorts of problems running at the Dragons defence, providing much-needed width for Andy Hessenthaler's side.
Our top boss is new Canterbury manager Clive Cook after masterminding their recovery from two down at Greenwich in the FA Cup.