Published: 09:45, 11 February 2019
| Updated: 09:49, 11 February 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Dean Grant won last week's poll, taking 30% of the vote after helping Canterbury reach the FA Vase quarter-finals.
Have a look at this week's XI and vote for your favourite at the bottom of the page.
It's not often we include a goalkeeper who's conceded four but Tomas Holy spared Gillingham a far heavier defeat against League 1 high-fliers Barnsley.
The big Czech was on fine form and, other than Barry Fuller, was the only player to emerge with credit from the 4-1 defeat.
Jordan Wynter continues to impress in his new role at Dartford, once again looking at home at right-back in a 3-0 win over Bath.
We've got a couple of goalscorers in central defence, with Matt Newman setting Folkestone on their way to a 4-2 victory at Harlow, while Deal Town ended an eight-game winless run as Josh Maughan's first goal for the club earned a 1-0 success against Erith.
At left-back it's Maidstone United's Dan Wishart, who's made a bright start under the new management and also had a big hand in the own-goal equaliser that secured a 1-1 draw against Fylde.
In midfield, Matt Garner scored the crucial second goal in Bearsted's 2-1 victory at Tunbridge Wells.
Jai Reason was excellent for Dover, despite a 3-2 defeat by Harrogate, also scoring a spectacular goal from outside the area as Andy Hessenthaler's men took a 2-1 lead.
Wideman Josh Frogatt looked bright all afternoon for Canterbury and scored the final goal from a tough angle in their 3-0 win at Glebe.
In attack, Sam Bewick makes his second appearance after scoring four times in Corinthian's 6-0 win at Croydon, keeping the visitors joint-top of Southern Counties East.
Prolific Zak Ansah was back on form with a 17-minute hat-trick as Hythe thumped Phoenix Sports 5-1.
And Liam King, back at Faversham these days, struck twice as the Lilywhites secured a crucial 4-1 win against Bostik South East relegation rivals Greenwich.
James Collins is our top boss after Chatham beat Hollands & Blair 2-0 in the Kent Senior Trophy, securing the club's first cup final appearance in 20 years.