Published: 08:54, 11 March 2019
| Updated: 09:27, 11 March 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Chatham striker Paul Vines won last week's poll, taking 35% of the vote after playing 80 minutes in goal at Crowborough.
Have a look at this week's XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Whitstable's 3-1 victory over Guernsey was their first win since Boxing Day but they might still be waiting had keeper Dan Eason not made a crucial double save while trailing 1-0.
It's clean sheets all round in defence.
Hythe's Mitchell Dickenson was rock-solid as the Cannons beat Whyteleafe 1-0.
Striker-turned-defender Tommie Fagg had another terrific game as in-form Sittingbourne made it five wins on the spin with a 1-0 success at Sevenoaks.
And Connor Ogilivie was the pick of a committed Gills backline in their 1-0 victory over Oxford, a result that lifted Steve Lovell's men up to 13th in League 1.
Brendan Kiernan caused all sorts of problems and scored a classy clincher as Welling went third in National League South with a 3-1 win at Wealdstone.
Jack Powell had one of his best games for Maidstone, winning back possession, picking his passes and scoring the second goal in a 2-0 victory over Havant & Waterlooville.
D'Sean Theobalds has been a revelation since joining Tonbridge from Leatherhead.
His arrival coincided with their fine run and he did the business again in a 1-0 victory over AFC Hornchurch in the Bostik Premier.
Kadell Daniel ended his Margate loan spell with yet another goal - his fourth - and what a finish it was as the Blues beat Bognor Regis 1-0.
Up top, Ira Jackson's first-half hat-trick saw Folkestone beat Lewes 4-0, the former Dover and Sittingbourne forward showing just how good he is.
Phil Roberts' brilliant volley lit up Dartford's 2-0 win over Gloucester, a strike he described as the best goal he'd ever scored.
Cray Valley striker Gavin Tomlin completes our line-up after his hat-trick in a 5-0 win over Sheppey.
The defending wasn't great but it was some way to warm up for the FA Vase semi-finals.
Our top boss is Scott Porter after leading Whitstable to a first win of 2019, boosting their Bostik South East survival bid.