Published: 09:19, 09 September 2019
| Updated: 09:33, 09 September 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Canterbury midfielder Charlie Dickens won last week's poll, taking 25% of the vote after his quickfire double in the win over Fisher.
Have a look at today's XI and choose your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Jack Bonham made several crucial saves, including a penalty, as Gillingham drew 2-2 at Tranmere.
Bonham was at fault for Coventry's winner in the Gills' previous away game but certainly made amends with his performance at Prenton Park.
Ejiro Okosieme was Welling's man-of-the-match as the 10-man Wings went down 1-0 at Weymouth.
Mark Goldberg's side played an hour a man down, following Connor Dymond's dismissal, but Okosieme and his fellow defenders kept them in contention against tough opponents.
Liam Friend was part of a Ramsgate backline who kept a clean sheet as their FA Cup first round qualifying game game Arundel against goalless.
And there was also a shut-out for Joe Denny as Canterbury went second in Southern Counties East with a 2-0 win over Corinthian.
Myles Weston is Ebbsfleet's longest-serving outfield player now Sean Shields has joined Notts County and led by example in the 1-1 draw with Eastleigh. He made things happen down the right and showed some magic footwork.
Jack Evans is better known for his defensive midfield qualities but the former Gillingham youngster scored four times in Chatham's 6-0 win over Crowborough.
Sam Hasler completed Folkestone's 4-0 FA Cup win at Whitstable with a smashing strike from the edge of the area.
Ben Greenhalgh lines up on the left after scoring his first two goals of the season for Dartford.
His double proved in vain as managerless Darts lost 4-3 to Dorking but an in-form Greenhalgh is an asset to any side.
Debutant Elliott Reeves scored a last-minute winner as Margate won 2-1 at Horsham YMCA in the FA Cup.
Sam Wilson struck twice for Deal Town, albeit in vain in a 5-3 defeat at Welling Town, while converted defender Dan Wishart continued his terrific season on the left flank with an injury-time equaliser for Maidstone in a 2-2 draw with Havant - his fifth goal this season.
Chatham boss James Collins is our top boss after their 6-0 win at Crowborough saw them regain top spot in Southern Counties East.