Eleven clubs are represented in the final KentOnline team-of-the-week this season.
Today’s top boss is Daryl McMahon after Ebbsfleet clinched a National League play-off place in their first year back in the division.
Have a look at our XI and let us know what you think by using the comments section at the bottom of the page or by tweeting @kentonlinesport.
Next week we’ll bring you our team-of-the-year.
Mitch Walker is in goal after Dover broke Woking hearts with a 2-1 win that sent the Cards down to National South.
The hosts threw everything at Chris Kinnear’s play-off outsiders but Walker showed his class, including a wonderful first-half save.
Right-back Jake Mackenzie finished with a deserved clean sheet as Ramsgate completed their Bostik South campaign with a 4-0 win over East Grinstead.
Margate’s on-loan Dover centre-half George Essuman scored in a 1-1 draw at Bostik Premier runners-up.
And so, too, did Sittingbourne left-back Fabrice Blewordah in a 2-1 Bostik South win at Hastings, the youngster proving a real find for boss Aslan Odev.
Alex Finney completes our back four after Maidstone’s goalless draw with FC Halifax and it was no surprise to see the on-loan QPR man collect two player-of-the-year awards after the game.
In midfield, Jack Powell drove Ebbsfleet on in the first half of their 1-1 draw at Torquay before making way for Myles Weston early in the second half.
Lee Noble gave everything for the cause as Dartford’s National South title bid went to the wire.
Darts won 2-1 at Bognor – their ninth straight victory – but Havant pipped them on goal difference.
Connor Wilkins scored Herne Bay’s winner in an impressive 1-0 victory over Bostik South play-off contenders Greenwich Borough.
Up front, Joe Taylor scored both Folkestone goals as Neil Cugley’s side drew 2-2 at Bostik Premier champions Billericay.
Kenny Pogue’s header in a 2-1 win at Erith Town clinched the Southern Counties East title for Sevenoaks.
And Zak Ansah scored for a club record 10th game in a row as Hythe drew 1-1 with Corinthian Casuals.
It wasn’t quite enough to secure a Bostik South play-off place but what a run it’s been for Ansah and the Cannons under Sam Denly.