Published: 09:27, 01 April 2019
| Updated: 09:30, 01 April 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Cray striker Joe Taylor won last week's poll, taking 25% of the vote after his double against Haywards Heath.
Have a look at this week's XI and choose your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Ryan Nicholls made at least 10 saves and was described as 'unbelievable' by his manager after Hollands & Blair shocked FA Vase finalists Cray Valley 3-2 in Southern Counties East.
John Walker, playing out of position in central defence, kept Cray Wanderers quiet as Whitstable inflicted just a third defeat on the Bostik South East champions-elect, Scott Porter's side winning 1-0 at the Belmont.
Anthony Acheampong helped Welling to a clean sheet and scored the winner as the Wings beat Gloucester 1-0 to consolidate third place in National League South.
Gillingham's Connor Ogilvie completes our backline after standing up to Rochdale's physical frontmen in a 1-1 draw at Priestfield.
Ira Jackson's magnificent free-kick triggered Folkestone's late comeback from 2-0 down to earn a point at Potters Bar.
Jordy Robins continued his fine form in midfield under Jay Saunders as Margate beat Kingstonian 1-0 in the Bostik Premier.
Elliot Bradbrook scored Dartford's equaliser in a man-of-the-match performance as Jamie Coyle and Adam Flanagan's side drew 1-1 with Truro.
Bobby-Joe Taylor impressed down the left for Dover, setting up Alfie Pavey's opener in a 2-2 draw at National League promotion contenders Solihull and producing a series of dangerous crosses.
Chinedu McKenzie scored a hat-trick as Tonbridge tightened their grip on a Bostik Premier play-off spot with their 3-1 win over bogey side Harlow.
Gozie Ugwu capped a brilliant shift up top with the final goal as Ebbsfleet continued their National League play-off push with a 4-2 win over Wrexham.
Justin Amaluzor scored terrific goals either side of half-time as Maidstone drew 2-2 at Harrogate.
Herne Bay caretaker manager Anthony Deer is our top boss after leading his side to a 2-0 win at Whyteleafe.
Deer took the reins after John Embery and Jermaine Darlington resigned on Friday, earning a crucial three points in difficult circumstances.