Published: 08:47, 26 October 2020
| Updated: 10:21, 26 October 2020
Vote for your star man in KentOnline’s team-of-the-week.
Well done to Sittingbourne defender Sam Flisher who won last week’s poll with 21 per cent of the vote after his winning goal in the FA Trophy.
Have a look at today’s XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Joe Docherty saved a late penalty on his debut as Cray Valley came from 2-0 down to stun National League Maidenhead and reach the FA Cup first round for the first time.
Bobby-Joe Taylor was the best player on the pitch by a mile as 10-man Ebbsfleet beat National South joint-leaders Hungerford 3-2, scoring the winner with his first headed goal .
Captain Danny Keyte scored a spectacular equaliser in Canterbury’s 3-2 comeback win against Punjab United in Southern Counties East.
Ryan Johnson led Ramsgate to a clean sheet in Isthmian South East as Matt Longhurst’s side won 3-0 at Burgess Hill.
Ben Greenhalgh scored twice as Tonbridge beat Taunton 5-0 to reach the FA Cup first round for the first time in 48 years.
Billy Bennett popped up with an 86th-minute winner as Sheppey beat promotion rivals Beckenham 3-2 to remain unbeaten in Southern Counties East.
Jordy Robins delivered a screamer for the pick of the goals as free-scoring SCEFL leaders Chatham won 6-3 at Erith Town.
And Alfie Paxman scored a lovely opener as Folkestone got back on track in the Isthmian Premier with a 2-1 win at Brightlingsea,.
Up top, Jamie Humphris makes his debut in team-of-the-week after a first-half hat-trick in Erith & Belvedere’s 3-1 victory at Crowborough in Southern Counties East.
Louis Collins marked his first Dover start with both goals as Whites fought back from 2-0 down at Yeovil in the FA Cup.
They went out on penalties but Collins’ performance was a major plus.
You can’t beat a late winner and Richard Atkins delivered in the 89th minute as Tunbridge Wells beat Glebe 2-1 to stay on Chatham’s coat-tails.
Kevin Watson is our top boss after Cray Valley’s FA Cup fightback at Maidenhead.
Beating a team three levels above them from 2-0 down to land the club's inaugural first-round appearance sees him pip Tonbridge manager Steve McKimm.