Vote for your star man in KentOnline’s team of the week.
Congratulations to Kyrell Lisbie, who won last week’s poll with 37% of the vote after scoring twice for Cray Valley in a 3-0 win over Erith & Belvedere.
Have a look at today’s XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Steve Phillips saved three penalties as Isthmian League Hythe beat National South Tonbridge 3-1 on spot-kicks following a goalless draw in the FA Trophy Second Round.
Bivesh Gurung - a midfielder by trade - excelled in a new role in defence as Maidstone edged Dartford 1-0 in the Trophy.
Ryan Smith scored and was a rock at the back as Lydd Town won 3-1 at Southern Counties East high-fliers Glebe, adding to their league double over leaders Faversham.
Herne Bay continued their good form in Isthmian South East, with defender Harrison Pont opening the scoring in a 4-1 win over Littlehampton.
Fumnaya Shomotun worked his magic again, producing a lovely strike from outside the box as Sevenoaks drew 2-2 with Merstham in new boss Mark Dacey’s first game in charge.
Harvey Brand impressed in midfield as Ashford fought back from 2-0 down to beat Sheppey 3-2, also scoring the equaliser.
Jean-Baptiste Fischer’s second-half double inspired Sittingbourne to an eye-catching 4-1 win over Isthmian South East promotion rivals Three Bridges.
Brandon Davey’s 25-yard screamer flew into the top corner for Corinthian’s third goal in a 4-1 Southern Counties East victory over Lordswood.
James Dyer scored twice, including a late winner, as Erith Town recovered from two down to win 4-3 at SCEFL leaders Faversham in a first v third clash at Salters Lane.
Joe Taylor moved on to 23 goals for the season after scoring four times in Ramsgate’s 9-1 demolition of Phoenix Sports in Isthmian South East.
Tom Nichols marked his return to the starting XI with his first league goal this season as Gillingham beat Salford 3-1 in Stephen Clemence’s first home as head coach.
Ryan Maxwell is today’s top boss after Sittingbourne’s emphatic victory over a Three Bridges side who have led the way in Isthmian South East for much of the season.