Published: 09:52, 04 March 2019
| Updated: 09:54, 04 March 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Sittingbourne midfielder Chris Barnard won last week's poll after his spectacular double in the win over VCD, taking 26% of the vote.
Have a look at this week's XI and vote for your favourite at the bottom of the page.
There were a couple of strong contenders in goal with Lee Worgan saving a penalty on his first league start for Dover and Jonny Henly earning a point for Tonbridge at play-off rivals Enfield.
But we couldn't overlook Chatham's Paul Vines, the 30-goal centre-forward who played 80 minutes between the sticks after Dan Ellis dislocated a finger.
A goal down at the time, Vines made two brilliant saves to preserve his clean sheet and also set up the final goal in a 3-1 Southern Counties East victory at Crowborough.
Centre-half Josh Hill was the star as nine-man Welling drew 2-2 with St Albans in National South.
Substitute Hill scored twice within eight minutes of his introduction as the Wings ground out a point after having two players sent off.
Arthur Lee was part of a Tonbridge backline who secured a goalless draw at Enfield in the Bostik Premier. Never an easy place to go, the point kept Steve McKimm's in-form side above their play-off rivals in fourth place.
Max Ehmer missed the birth of his daughter to play for Gillingham in their 1-1 draw at Fleetwood.
Gills were short at the back and you can only praise Ehmer's commitment as he played 90 minutes before travelling back to meet baby Thea.
Kadell Daniel has rediscovered his form since joining Margate on loan from Dover, scoring his third goal for the club in a 2-1 win Bostik Premier victory at Hornchurch.
Lewis Chambers has been a key man in Sittingbourne's terrific run of six wins in seven games under new boss Chris Lynch. He looked the part again at the weekend, scoring the second goal in a 3-1 victory over Swale rivals Faversham in Bostik South East.
Our second new daddy is Dover midfielder Jai Reason, who marked his return with a goal in a 3-0 National League success against bottom club Braintree.
Ashford's on-loan Folkestone man Sam Hasler scored a second-minute wonder goal as the Nuts and Bolts won 3-1 at Whyteleafe to get their Bostik South East play-off push back on track after a couple of losses.
And what an afternoon for 17-year-old Marshall Wratten who, playing out wide, scored twice for Hollands & Blair in a 4-2 win at Sheppey.
Wratten struck in the first and last minute as Blair claimed a first Southern Counties East win in 12 matches.
Up top, Charlie MacDonald bagged a 26-minute hat-trick in the first half of VCD's 4-3 win at Guernsey.
He's partnered by Ronald Sobowale, who scored the clincher for Herne Bay in a 3-1 win over old rivals Whitstable.
Victory boosted Bay's Bostik South East survival hopes, while leaving Town two points off the bottom.
Jay Saunders is our top boss after continuing his unbeaten start as Margate manager with their come-from-behind victory at Hornchurch.
Gate were down on their luck and in a relegation battle before the arrival of Saunders, who's won three and drawn two of his five matches, and changed the whole mood at Hartsdown Park.