Vote for your star man in KentOnline’s team of the week.
Congratulations to Sittingbourne midfielder Jean-Baptiste Fischer, who won last week’s poll with 31% of the vote after his second-half double in a 4-1 win over Three Bridges.
Have a look at today’s XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Goalkeeper Dan Ellis saved twice from the spot and scored what turned out to be the winner as Hollands & Blair beat K Sports 4-3 on penalties after a 3-3 draw in the Kent Senior Trophy.
Tariq Hinds scored his first two Tonbridge goals in a 4-1 win over Havant as Jay Saunders’ in-form side climbed to eighth in National League South.
Rahman Kareem scored the opening goal and helped his side to a clean sheet as Lordswood upset big-spending Faversham 2-0 in the Kent Senior Trophy.
Ben Gorham impressed as Ashford came from a goal down to win 2-1 at highly-rated Chichester and move into the Isthmian South East play-off places.
On-loan Charlton midfielder Richard Chin scored a left-foot stunner and brought energy to the team as Dartford beat National League South big boys Torquay 3-0 at Princes Park.
Aaron Barnes capped a fine display with a classy goal as Hythe won 4-0 at Phoenix Sports in Isthmian South East.
Dan Bennett’s cool finish through a defender’s legs helped Sevenoaks to a 5-1 Isthmian South East win at Littlehampton - a first victory for new boss Mark Dacey on his birthday.
Greg Cundle opened the scoring and was the best player on the pitch by a mile as Ebbsfleet halted their winless run with a shock 4-1 victory at former Premier League club Oldham.
Jamie Yila’s ninth goal of the season helped Chatham to a third straight Isthmian Premier success, as they beat Enfield 3-1 to go second.
Tristan Abrahams scored a hat-trick as struggling Welling thrashed National League South leaders Yeovil 4-1 in one of the results of the day.
There was also a hat-trick for Aaron Millbank as Deal Town beat Rusthall 7-3 to go fourth in Southern Counties East.
Dennis Kutrieb is our top boss after Fleet’s big win at Oldham, pipping Welling chief Danny Bloor.