Published: 10:15, 25 April 2022
| Updated: 10:17, 25 April 2022
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team of the week.
Congratulations to Omari Hibbert, who won last week's poll with 21 per cent of the vote after his double in Sevenoaks' 4-0 win over Sittingbourne.
Have a look at today's XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Stand-in goalkeeper Sam Hignett saved a penalty as Hythe finished the Isthmian South East season with a 1-1 draw at home to East Grinstead.
Karn Miller-Neave scored his second goal in three games as Ramsgate won 2-0 at Chichester to end their campaign in sixth place.
Chris Solly helped Ebbsfleet to a clean sheet in a 1-0 derby win at Tonbridge as Dennis Kutrieb's side stayed on course to finish third in National League South.
Jerome Binnom-Williams provided a brilliant assist for Sam Corne and scored a special goal himself - well worth checking out on the highlights - as Maidstone won 4-0 at Hemel.
Sam Bewick's stunning effort saw Faversham Town win 1-0 at Cray Valley, whose defeat means they finish fifth in Isthmian South East and go to Ashford in the play-off semi-finals tomorrow night.
Keiran Murtagh struck twice as Dartford bounced back from their Easter defeat against Maidstone by beating play-off contenders St Albans 3-1 at Princes Park.
Ade Shokunbi scored both goals against promotion-chasing Havant to earn Welling a potentially crucial point in their National League survival fight.
Herne Bay secured third place and home advantage in the Isthmian South East play-offs with Kieron Campbell on target in a 3-0 win at Phoenix Sports.
Yahaya Bamba makes his second appearance in a matter of weeks after scoring twice in Sevenoaks' 2-1 victory against champions Hastings.
David Smith moved on to 33 goals for the season after scoring a hat-trick in Folkestone's 4-4 draw with Haringey, and he'll be looking to add to that tally when Invicta visit Hythe in the Kent Senior Cup semi-finals on Wednesday.
There were two goals for Arlie Desanges, taking his tally to 46, as Sutton Athletic beat Snodland 3-0 to finish runners-up in Southern Counties East Division 1.
Our top manager is Sheppey boss Ernie Batten after the Ites beat Tower Hamlets 3-0 to pip Chatham to the Southern Counties East crown - the club's first title since 1995.