Published: 08:34, 17 February 2020
| Updated: 08:42, 17 February 2020
Vote for your star man in KentOnline’s team-of-the-week.
Matt Gething won last week’s poll, taking 46% of the vote after his hat-trick in K Sports’ 7-0 win over Erith & Belvedere.
Have a look at today’s XI and choose your favourite at the bottom of the page.
No doubt about the hero of Ebbsfleet’s win over National League drop rivals Chorley - goalkeeper David Gregory.
The on-loan Boreham Wood man, who has backed the Fleet to stay up, saved an 89th-minute penalty and made an even better save in injury time to clinch a 1-0 victory.
Matt Bourne popped up with Ashford United’s equaliser as the Isthmian South East title chasers came from a goal down to draw with Haywards Heath at Homelands.
Jack Tucker produced another man-of-the-match display as Gillingham extended their unbeaten run to 13 games with a come-from-behind victory over Doncaster Rovers.
Sonny Miles loves a battle and excelled in the wind and rain as Tonbridge drew 1-1 with Hungerford, earning the man-of-the-match award.
The ground staff did a great job to get the game on as Angels played their first home game since beating Chippenham at the start of January.
Ramsgate boosted their Isthmian South East survival bid by coming from two down to draw with promotion hopefuls Whitehawk.
Matt Longhurst’s side stormed back after the break and it was Tom Chapman’s header that earned a point.
Danny Walder was Hythe’s match-winner in the early kick-off against Guernsey - scoring direct from a corner as the Cannons moved up to seventh place.
With the wind causing havoc, the opportunity was there and Walder’s delivery proved decisive.
Reece Prestedge scored a wonder goal in Margate’s 1-1 draw at Brightlingsea.
The experienced midfielder has a terrific left foot and showed it by chipping the goalie from 35 yards.
Anthony Cook set up Welling’s winner and caused plenty of problems as the Wings won 1-0 at Dulwich to strengthen their National League South safety push.
Folkestone won the big game of the day in the Isthmian Premier with Ira Jackson - no stranger to team-of-the-week - scoring an 87th-minute winner at leaders Worthing.
James Turner caught AFC Croydon cold at the start of the second half to score Canterbury City’s leveller in a 1-1 draw at Salters Lane.
There were two goals for Danny Gannon, including an 89th-minute clincher, as Erith Town won 2-1 at a Deal Town side who have been strong at home all season.
Neil Cugley is our top boss for the second time in three weeks after Folkestone’s top-of-the-table win at Worthing moved them to within two points of the leaders.
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