Published: 11:30, 05 November 2018
| Updated: 11:34, 05 November 2018
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Folkestone forward Johan ter Horst won last week's poll. He finished with 28% of the vote after his two goals against Leatherhead.
Have a look at this week's XI and vote for your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Dartford's on-loan goalkeeper Bailey Vose performed heroics in their 2-1 win at Gloucester City in National South, showing there is life after Deren Ibrahim.
Tonbridge right-back James Folkes was a good attacking outlet as the Bostik Premier leaders beat Whitehawk 2-0 and it was his cross that led to the clinching own goal.
Kenny Clark was rock-solid as Ebbsfleet won ugly against Barrow, the 1-0 success being their first National League win at Stonebridge Road since August.
He's partnered by Kevin Lokko who scored and celebrated a clean sheet as bottom side Dover beat Maidenhead 2-0 at Crabble.
George McLennan took his chance at left-back as Maidstone won 2-0 at Barnet.
Making his first start under Harry Wheeler, McLennan excelled in a back four who kept the Bees quiet.
In midfield, Rob Lawrence scored twice in the last two minutes of extra time as Canterbury City beat Corinthian 4-2 in the FA Vase.
Darren Oldaker retains his place after a brilliant performance in Gillingham's 3-0 win over Fleetwood, including a glorious pass for Tom Eaves' first goal.
Alex Flisher scored an excellent free-kick on his first Margate start after more than a year out.
His long throw also forced an own goal for Gate's second and he deserves his place even though they ended up losing 3-2 to Bostik Premier strugglers Burgess Hill.
Up top, Charlie MacDonald scored four times in the first half as VCD won 7-1 at Herne Bay in Bostik South East.
Junior Aikhionbare scored twice in Hythe's 3-2 win over Sittingbourne, helping the Cannons move up to third place in Bostik South East.
And Luke Harvey grabbed a last-minute winner as Faversham beat Guernsey 2-1 for their first victory in six games.
Our manager-of-the-week is Andy Hessenthaler after picking up his first league win since returning to Dover.