Published: 09:22, 08 October 2018
| Updated: 09:27, 08 October 2018
Nine clubs are represented in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Gillingham feature prominently after their magnificent 2-0 win at League 1 leaders Portsmouth, including Steve Lovell, who is our top boss.
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Whitstable goalkeeper Dan Eason kept his team in the game early on against Greenwich Borough and his efforts were rewarded with a 2-0 victory in Bostik South East.
Right-back Chris Edwards scored twice as in-form Sheppey United beat AFC Croydon 4-0 in Southern Counties East.
French centre-half Thierry Audel popped up with the opener and enjoyed a clean sheet as Welling won 2-0 at Hereford to reach the FA Cup final qualifying round.
Alongside him is Corinthian skipper Jack Bath, a rock at the back in a 1-0 victory that ended Beckenham's 100% record in Southern Counties East.
Barry Fuller's made his name at right-back but excelled on the left in Gills' 2-0 win at Portsmouth, keeping star winger Jamal Lowe quiet.
Midfielder Mark Byrne is our second Gills player, last season's player-of-the-season clearly getting back to his best.
He was influential at Fratton Park, including some fine defensive work.
Tom Parkinson opened the scoring for Tonbridge Angels as the Bostik Premier leaders beat Potters Bar 2-1 at Longmead.
Dave Pilcher scored twice and set up another as Canterbury came from two goals down to beat Croydon 5-2.
Up front, Gills striker Tom Eaves retains his place after a wonder goal in the win at Portsmouth. Never has the phrase good feet for a big man been more apt.
Prolific Zak Ansah struck twice and set up the other goal as Hythe beat VCD Athletic 3-0 in Bostik South East.
And two-goal Byron Walker starred as Chatham produced their best performance under James Collins, beating Deal 4-0.
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