Published: 09:18, 16 September 2019
| Updated: 09:22, 16 September 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Chatham midfielder Jack Evans won last week's poll, taking 21% of the vote after scoring four times in a 6-0 win at Crowborough.
Have a look at this week's XI and choose your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Josh Pelling kept a clean sheet as Sheppey won 1-0 at Lordswood in the FA Vase second qualifying round.
The Ites have struggled at times on Lords' tight pitch at Martyn Grove but could look back on a job well done on Saturday.
Defender Josh Vincent, having passed a fitness test before the game, scored a late winner as Isthmian Premier leaders Folkestone stretched their unbeaten start with a 1-0 win over Bishop's Stortford.
The ageless Matt Bourne was immense in central defence as Faversham beat his old club Sittingbourne 1-0 in the Swale derby, winning everything that came his way.
Dover drew 1-1 with struggling Chorley but might have lost without a vital late goalline block from Will De Havilland.
Ryan Hayes turned it on against his old club with an inspirational performance as Dartford won 2-0 at Concord.
He ran the show, including a moment of magic in the build-up to Charlie Sheringham's opener, as the Darts picked up their first points under caretaker manager Tony Burman.
We've been hearing good things about Rusthall midfielder Tommy Lawrence for a little while now and he makes our XI after dictating play in a 2-1 FA Vase win over Godalming.
Welling's on-loan Bristol Rovers man Theo Widdrington enjoyed a classy debut.
The Wings lost 2-1 to National South leaders Wealdstone but Widdrington, the son of former Southampton player Tommy, brought calmness to midfield in an outstanding performance.
Margate wideman Kadell Daniel fired a match-winning double, including a last-minute penalty, as the Blues came from a goal down to win 2-1 at Cheshunt in the Isthmian Premier.
Josh Stirman scored a second-half hat-trick on his full debut for Corinthian in a 5-0 win over Erith Town.
Stirman has been loaned out by Tonbridge to gain experience of men's football - and what a start for the young winger who once had a trial with Leicester City.
Mikael Njdoli led Gillingham to a 2-0 win over Wycombe in League 1.
He opened the scoring just before the hour mark and clinched victory from the penalty spot.
Joel Thompson knocked at the door with last week's hat-trick and he's selected after two more goals in Welling Town's 7-1 FA Vase win at Arundel.
Faversham duo Phil Miles and Danny Chapman are our managers-of-the-week after leading the Lilywhites to victory over neighbours Sittingbourne.