Published: 08:45, 02 November 2020
| Updated: 08:47, 02 November 2020
Vote for your star man in KentOnline’s team-of-the-week.
Well done to Tonbridge winger Ben Greenhalgh who won last week’s poll with 33 per cent of the vote after his FA Cup double against Taunton.
Have a look at today’s XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Goalkeeper Joe Mant was the hero of Kennington’s FA Vase victory over higher-league Fisher.
He produced a man-of-the-match performance in the 90 minutes and also saved the visitors’ second penalty as Ton progressed 5-4 in a shoot-out.
Ronnie Vint was rock-solid against two lively forwards as leaders Dartford beat fellow fancied side Havant 2-1 in National League South.
Steve King’s side have conceded just twice in six league games this season, with Vint a key man.
Sixteen-year-old centre-back Tom Ash kept a dangerous frontline quiet as Erith Town enjoyed an impressive 4-0 win over Tunbridge Wells in Southern Counties East.
Joey Taylor scored an 89th-minute equaliser direct from a wide free-kick as Sevenoaks drew 2-2 at Haywards Heath in Isthmian South East.
Two-goal Jack Evans scored an outrageous chip from 45 yards - with the keeper barely off his line - as league leaders Chatham beat Hollands & Blair 6-0 in Southern Counties East. That’s 60 goals in 11 league games now for the top scorers in English football.
Jack Paxman enjoyed his return to Billericay by scoring the second Ebbsfleet goal in a 2-0 victory for Dennis Kutrieb’s side.
Richie Hamill broke the deadlock as Sheppey negotiated a tricky FA Vase tie at Sutton Athletic, winning 2-0.
Cray Wanderers advanced in the FA Trophy with Rhys Murrell-Williamson on form out wide and opening the scoring in their 3-0 victory at Whitehawk.
Justin Amaluzor scored twice and was a threat down the right all afternoon as Maidstone beat Concord 6-0 to go third in National League South.
Margate have been crying out for a goalscorer and they may have found him with new signing Norman Wabo’s debut double in a 4-2 FA Trophy win at Aylesbury.
VCD moved up to second in Isthmian South East thanks to Marcus Elliott’s brace in a 2-0 home win over Whitstable.
Hakan Hayrettin is our top manager after Maidstone’s sparkling performance against Concord.
He continues to impress after taking the reins from John Still, with the Stones playing good football and scoring plenty of goals.