Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team of the week.
Congratulations to Maidstone United midfielder Johl Powell, who won last week's poll with 27 per cent of the vote after an all-action display in their 3-2 win over Hungerford.
Have a look at today's XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Between the sticks we've gone for Dan Eason, who is going to be a key man if Whitstable are to emerge from the Isthmian South East relegation zone. He kept a clean sheet as The Oystermen collected a valuable point in a goalless draw at play-off chasing Burgess Hill.
Talking of play-offs and Herne Bay are well in the hunt, with Dan Johnson setting them on the way to a dominant derby win over Faversham at Winch's Field.
He's joined in our back line by Tonbridge Angels' Sonny Miles who produced another fine display in their goalless draw with in-form Braintree.
And Sheppey remain neck and neck with Chatham in the Southern Counties East title race. Jahmal Howlett-Mundle was a rock at the back during their away win over Bearsted.
Our midfield sees Phoenix Sports' Malaki Toussaint takes his place, after scoring in an invaluable win which also dented Ashford's outside title hopes at Homelands.
Kieran Monlouis was a classy act in midfield as Ebbsfleet proved too strong for fellow promotion hopefuls Oxford City in National League South, scoring the opener to set his team on the way to three points.
Plus Ashley Miller bagged twice as Ramsgate kept up their fine form with a dominant victory over Lancing.
We've got a four-man attack, starting with Harvey Smith who scored twice for Corinthian in their win over East Grinstead.
David Smith of Folkestone also scored twice as Invicta came from behind to win 3-2 at Bowers.
Gillingham's Charlie Kelman was quick off the mark, scoring what proved to be a first-minute winner at Doncaster when he headed in at the far post.
And finally, Chris Dickson took his tally for the campaign to 10 with an excellent brace at Bognor as Cray Wanderers edged another step closer to safety in Isthmian Premier.
Our top manager this week is Gillingham boss Neil Harris, who has cut a 10-point deficit to safety in League 1 down to just goal difference since taking charge at the end of January with a brilliant win at Doncaster.