Published: 08:51, 02 September 2019
| Updated: 08:56, 02 September 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Ashford United striker David Smith won last week's poll, taking 30% of the vote after scoring four times against Three Bridges.
Have a look at today's XI and choose your favourite at the bottom of the page.
New Ebbsfleet keeper Jordan Holmes kept the score down in their 2-1 defeat against Aldershot, making a number of fine saves, including a penalty.
Fleet boss Garry Hill criticised his players after the game but could have no complaints with the performance of Holmes, who's justifying his selection over Nathan Ashmore.
There's clean sheets all the way in our back line, with three of the defenders also popping up with a goal.
Jack Hope scored Tunbridge Wells' second goal in a 4-0 FA Vase victory at Littlehampton.
Jack Miles was on target as Sevenoaks beat Whitstable 4-0 in Isthmian South East.
And Jake McIntyre grabbed the all-important second goal as Ashford made it three straight wins with a 2-0 success against Burgess Hill.
Captain Callum Davies led Folkestone to a hard-fought 1-0 victory at Horsham, a result that keeps Invicta top of the Isthmian Premier.
Olly Lee excelled on his second Gillingham debut as Steve Evans' side beat Bolton Wanderers 5-0.
Lee scored a couple of good goals - a volley and a half-volley - and it was his free-kick that led to the opener in a classy display behind the front two.
Charlie Dickens struck twice in eight minutes during the second half as Canterbury came from a goal down to beat Fisher 4-1 in Southern Counties East.
And there was a match-winning double from K Sports wideman Regan Corke as the Paperboys hit back from 1-0 down to beat Little Common 2-1 in the FA Vase.
Up top, Bradley Baker completed his hat-trick in extra time as Lydd Town drew 5-5 with Raynes Park in an FA Vase thriller.
Big Inih Effiong scored both goals as Dover maintained their 100% away record with a 2-0 win at Harrogate.
He opened the scoring from Michael Woods' cross midway through the second half and clinched victory with a late second as Andy Hessenthaler's side went fifth in the National League.
Paul Vines fired Chatham up to second place in Southern Counties East with a hat-trick in a 5-3 win over Corinthian.
Our top boss is Neil Cugley with Invicta top of the league and the only unbeaten side in the Isthmian Premier following their latest win.