Published: 09:01, 07 January 2019
| Updated: 14:48, 07 January 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Sittingbourne defender Ben Fitchett won the final poll of 2018 after his performance in a 4-1 win over Sevenoaks, achieving 30% of the vote.
Have a look at this week's XI and vote for your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Last-minute loan signing Ethan Ross had a debut to remember as Maidstone won 2-1 at Hartlepool.
Little was known about the Colchester youngster but he showed what he was all about with a performance caretaker boss Simon Walton said was brilliant.
Skipper Callum Davies led Folkestone to a fourth clean sheet in five games as Neil Cugley's side drew 0-0 at Burgess Hill.
He wasn't fully fit, and probably shouldn't have played, but you can't keep a good man down.
Dover's resurgence under Andy Hessenthaler continued with an impressive 1-0 win at promotion-chasing Wrexham. You need to defend well at the Racecourse and Kevin Lokko did just that.
Connor Ogilvie is the first of two Gillingham players in our line-up after their FA Cup upset against Premier League club Cardiff.
The Spurs loanee was outstanding in the back three as Gills shut out their top-flight visitors.
In midfield, Chatham wideman Jon Pilbeam scored twice as the Southern Counties East title contenders thumped Erith 7-2.
Adam Woollcott scored the clincher as Canterbury beat Newport Pagnall 3-2 to reach the last 16 of the FA Vase.
Jack Powell also popped up with a couple of goals in his best display yet for Maidstone, timing his runs midfield to perfection.
Ramsgate winger Trey Williams completes our midfield after his last-minute winner in a 3-2 success at Haywards Heath.
Gillingham FA Cup hero Elliott List takes his place up front after an 81st-minute winner against the Bluebirds.
Danny Parish makes his third appearance of the season after a second-half hat-trick in Ashford's 4-0 win at VCD.
Jason Thompson completes our line-up after his double in Tunbridge Wells' 6-3 away win against Punjab.
Steve Lovell was the unanimous pick for top boss after Gillingham's FA Cup exploits.