Published: 09:52, 19 October 2020
| Updated: 09:54, 19 October 2020
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Well done to Corinthian midfielder Frankie Morgan, who won last week’s poll with 48 per cent of the vote.
Have a look at today’s XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Hythe keeper Nathan Harvey made the decisive save as the Cannons beat Ashford 7-6 on penalties after a 2-2 draw in the FA Trophy.
Sam Flisher - brother of Alex - scored the winner and defended well in Sittingbourne’s 1-0 Trophy victory over in-form East Grinstead.
Matt Bourne - praised by manager James Collins before the game - drew his side level as Faversham came from a goal down to beat Hertford 4-1 in the Trophy.
James Nurden helped Tunbridge Wells go top of Southern Counties East, capping a fine display with the clinching goal in a 3-1 success at Fisher.
Ryan Hayes completed a hat-trick as free-scoring Chatham beat AFC Croydon 8-3 at Maidstone Road.
Holding midfielder Jordan Wynter impressed - including a crucial injury-time block - as Dartford beat Bath 1-0 in National League South.
Crowd favourite Alfie Foster marked his 100th appearance for Deal Town by helping the Hoops to a 2-1 victory over Tower Hamlets in Southern Counties East.
Joan Luque enjoyed a debut to remember with a goal and two assists in Maidstone’s 4-1 victory against Hemel Hempstead.
In attack, Anthony Edgar fired Herne Bay into the next round of the FA Trophy with the winner in a 2-1 success away to a VCD side who have made a flying start to the Isthmian South East season.
Jamie Philpot completed an 11-minute hat-trick in the first half of Glebe’s 5-2 SCEFL win at Bearsted.
Jack Midson put a penalty miss behind him to score the winner in the 11th minute of added time as Sheppey came from 3-2 down to end Corinthian’s 100 per cent start in Southern Counties East.
Sittingbourne manager Darren Blackburn is our top boss after their FA Trophy win against an East Grinstead side who arrived at Woodstock with a 100 per cent league record, having scored 11 times in three straight wins.