Published: 10:42, 04 April 2022
| Updated: 10:55, 04 April 2022
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team of the week.
Congratulations to Emiliano Hysi, who won last week's poll with 35 per cent of the vote after his double for Punjab at Erith Town.
Have a look at today's XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Goalkeeper Max Ovenden made several good saves in Punjab's 1-1 draw with a Chatham side who have scored 101 league goals in Southern Counties East this season.
Jack Parter was involved in a fair bit of Herne Bay's attacking play and also helped keep a clean sheet as Ben Smith's side inched towards the Isthmian South East play-off places with a goalless draw at Burgess Hill.
Jerry O'Sullivan impressed on his return to the Tonbridge side, helping them to a clean sheet in a crucial 1-0 win against Welling at the bottom of the National League South.
Jack Tucker got caught out for Sunderland's injury-time winner but the game may have been lost long before then without his immense performance in central defence for Gillingham.
Football can be a cruel game but Tucker deserves his place in the side.
Jack Hanson marked his debut with a goal as Whitstable beat Whitehawk 3-0 to keep their outside Isthmian South East survival chances alive.
Freddie Parker has five goals in his last five games after scoring twice in Sevenoaks' 3-1 victory against Faversham.
It's advantage Sheppey in the Southern Counties East title race, with man-of-the-match Billy Bennett scoring twice and providing two assists in a 7-1 thrashing of fourth-placed Deal.
The Ites, who clinched promotion last week, are five points clear of Chatham, albeit having played a game more.
Teenager Luke Baptiste produced a man-of-the-match performance as Dover drew 1-1 with King's Lynn, another youngster to have benefited from National League experience this season.
Former Ashford and Herne Bay man Roberto Ratti scored a hat-trick for Phoenix Sports in a 3-2 win at Three Bridges.
Jack Barham made it three hat-tricks for the season as Maidstone beat Havant 4-0 to remain four points clear at the top of National League South.
Luke Burdon's double led Ashford to a 3-1 win at VCD as Tommy Warrilow's side edged closer to securing an Isthmian South East play-off spot.
New Whitstable manager Andy Drury is our top boss after guiding the Oystermen to a first win since January.