Published: 08:12, 09 March 2020
| Updated: 08:29, 09 March 2020
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Ashford's George Purcell won last week's poll, taking 50% of more than 1,700 votes after his goal against Chichester.
Have a look at this week's XI and choose your favourite at the bottom of the page.
We have an outfield player in goal with Laurence Harvey the star of Herne Bay's Isthmian South East derby win over Sittingbourne.
Skipper Harvey took the gloves after George Kamurasi went off injured and saved a penalty as 10-man Bay beat the Brickies 2-1.
Lawrie Wilson was exemplary in the back three as Ebbsfleet boosted their National League survival hopes with an impressive 1-0 win at Hartlepool.
Rob Gillman's experience has been invaluable for Lordswood all season and he looked the part again as Darren Anslow's side came from a goal down to beat AFC Croydon 3-1 in Southern Counties East.
Margate were missing suspended skipper Ben Swift after their appeal against his Velocity Trophy red card was rejected.
But Dan Johnson helped Gate to just a third clean sheet of the season in the Isthmian Premier as Jay Saunders' side beat Bowers & Pitsea 1-0.
Justin Amaluzor put in a big shift down the right as Maidstone ended their poor run by beating Welling 3-1.
A threat going forward and a willing worker tracking back, he also played a key role in Iffy Allen's opening goal.
Jack Mahoney was the star of Corinthian's thrilling FA Vase quarter-final victory over Leighton.
He was the best player on the pitch at Gay Dawn Farm, driving on his team to a 4-3 comeback win and a place in the semi-finals.
Chris Webber could be the final piece of the jigsaw in Sheppey's midfield following his arrival from Sittingbourne.
Known for his defensive qualities, he also popped up with a goal as the Southern Counties East title chasers won 2-0 at Erith Town.
Faversham enjoyed their first win in 12 matches in Isthmian South East with Kelvin Ogboe scoring the clincher in a 2-0 success against East Grinstead.
Frannie Collin's first-half double led Hythe to a 2-0 victory at Whyteleafe, denting their hosts' play-off ambitions.
Mikael Mandron struck twice against his old club, including a 96th-minute equaliser, as Gillingham drew 2-2 at Sunderland.
Gills old boy Liam Nash scored the equaliser as Dartford came from a goal down to win 2-1 at St Albans and consolidate sixth place in National League South.
Corinthian manager Michael Golding is today's top boss after guiding the Hoops to the FA Vase semi-finals for the first time in their history.