Published: 00:00, 14 November 2016
| Updated: 09:30, 14 November 2016
Eight clubs are represented in our latest KentOnline team-of-the-week.
There's a few new faces in today's line-up, including a centre-half making his first-ever Football League appearance and a teenage striker who scored a last-minute winner in the Ryman League.
Check out our selection below and let us know if you agree by using the comments section at the bottom of the page.
Gillingham fans finally got to see defender Baily Cargill make his League 1 debut and the Bournemouth loanee didn't disappoint, helping Justin Edinburgh's side beat Northampton.
There's also a place for Gills team-mate Billy Knott, who worked his socks off in midfield.
Two Dover players feature after their National League win at Solihull.
Ricky Miller makes his weekly appearance after his third hat-trick of the season, while midfielder Jim Stevenson impressed in a fine team effort as 10-man Whites won 3-2.
In-form midfielder Jack Powell keeps his place after a last-minute winner for 10-man Ebbsfleet in the National South derby at Welling.
Fleet goalkeeper Nathan Ashmore kept the hosts at bay while Wings right-back Matt Fish played well against his old club.
After leaking eight goals in back-to-back FA Cup and league defeats, Darts were back to their old selves with Tom Bonner helping them to a clean sheet in a 2-0 win over Hemel.
Completing the back four is Tonbridge left-back Jack Parter, who overcame a tough start to get to grips with Kingstonian's dangerous winger in a 1-1 FA Trophy draw.
Two Ryman South strikers join Miller in attack after scoring last-minute winners.
Teenager Jake Embery was only on the pitch 11 minutes but had quite an impact, heading Sittingbourne to victory at Godalming.
Danny Williams was Herne Bay's last-gasp hero at East Grinstead, scoring his second goal of the game as Sam Denly's side won 3-2 from 2-0 down.
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