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Congratulations to Brad Webb of Snodland, who won last week's poll with an impressive 42 per cent of the vote.
Have a look at today's XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Tonbridge keeper Jonny Henly was the FA Trophy hero last week against King's Lynn and he retains his place seven days later after another impressive showing at Longmead. Henly played a key role as Steve McKimm's men extended their unbeaten run to four games with a 1-1 draw against Hemel Hempstead.
Hollands & Blair are through to the Kent Senior Trophy semi-finals following their 1-0 win over Rusthall. Experienced defender Rob Gilman, whose header hit the bar before being converted by Ben Brown, helped his side to another clean sheet.
Maidstone defender George Fowler didn't put a foot wrong as they came away from St Albans with a creditable goalless draw in National League South.
Sittingbourne are six points off the play-off places in Isthmian South East following a 2-1 home win over struggling Hythe, Taylor Fisher scored what proved the winner at Woodstock.
In midfield, Callum Peck bagged a brace as Ramsgate went up to third with a 3-2 win at Faversham.
Another midfielder to bag a brace was on-loan Dartford man Cameron Brodie who helped Cray Wanderers to a vital 5-4 win over Carshalton in Isthmian Premier.
Sam Blackman put Margate on the way to a 3-1 home success over Corinthian Casuals - their fourth victory in five games.
Sevenoaks' Luke Leppard produced two clinical finishes in either half as he led his team to a vital 2-0 triumph over bottom side Phoenix Sports.
We've gone for experience in attack this week. Jay May's double at Herne Bay helped Ashford close the gap on leaders Hastings to four points.
It's 10 goals in 11 starts for Dartford's veteran forward Jake Robinson, he scored both of their goals in a 2-2 draw with Hampton.
Stuart West showed he knows where the back of the net is with the winner for Southern Counties East Division 1 side Larkfield & New Hythe as they knocked out Premier Division Chatham in the Kent Senior Trophy quarter-finals with a 2-1 win at the Taray Community Stadium.
Our manager of the week goes to Ashford's Tommy Warrilow for their impressive 3-0 success at fellow promotion hopefuls Herne Bay in Isthmian South East.