Published: 09:41, 06 January 2020
| Updated: 16:52, 06 January 2020
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Deal midfielder Billy Munday won last week's poll, taking 34% of the vote after his performance and goal in a 3-0 win at Canterbury.
Have a look at today's XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Tim Roberts was solid between the sticks in Folkestone's goalless draw at Brightlingsea.
Invicta's opponents may be near the foot of the Isthmian Premier but it still goes down as a useful point for Neil Cugley's side, who remain top on goal difference.
Dan Carrington impressed coming in at centre-half alongside Callum Adonis-Taylor as Herne Bay claimed an excellent 2-1 win at Cray Valley in Isthmian South East, earning big praise from manager Ben Smith.
Liam Friend rejoined Margate from Ramsgate and it was like the former skipper had never been away as Jay Saunders' men won 2-1 at Bognor Regis, a side who put six past them a couple of months ago.
Gillingham youngster Jack Tucker didn't look overawed in the slightest playing against West Ham's Premier League stars in the FA Cup.
The highly-rated defender leads the man-of-the-match poll in our Gillingham match report, and you can have your say here.
Evergreen winger Matt Bodkin scored Chatham's equaliser in a terrific 2-1 win at Southern Counties East leaders Beckenham as Scott Lindsey's side followed up their win over Sheppey.
Solomon Taiwo scored direct from a corner as Faversham Town beat Chichester 2-1 in Isthmian South East.
Alongside him is D'Sean Theobalds whose thunderbolt helped Tonbridge beat Chippenham 3-2 to move out of the National League South relegation zone.
On the left it's Aaron Condon, who led the way with a hat-trick as Ashford demolished Burgess Hill 7-0.
Sam Stace was only on the pitch 15 minutes but it was enough time for the young development squad player to score Sittingbourne's winner in a 2-1 victory at East Grinstead.
That's two in two from the bench for Stace, who is doing his first-team chances no harm at all.
Ibby Akanbi was unplayable at times with his power and pace, capping a fine performance with two classy finishes as Maidstone won 2-1 at National South form side Havant.
Darren McQueen held his nerve to score a 98th-minute penalty winner - his second goal of the game - as Dartford won 3-2 at play-off rivals Dorking Wanderers.
John Still is our top boss after Maidstone produced one of their best performances of the season to end Havant's long unbeaten run, stretching back to mid-October.
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