Published: 08:57, 07 October 2019
| Updated: 14:30, 07 October 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Whitstable winger John Ufuah won last week's poll, taking 22% of the vote after his decisive goal in the FA Trophy.
Have a look at today's XI and choose your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Jake Cole is in goal after his 78th-minute penalty save clinched Maidstone's FA Cup progress.
The Stones made hard work of their tie against lower-league Hitchin but with Cole denying Steve Cawley from the spot, they won 2-1.
Heard the one about the bloke who hasn't played for a couple of years then scores on his first game back? Step forward Jamie Coyle.
The former Welling and Dartford boss made his playing comeback for Hythe at the weekend, heading the opener as the Cannons beat Haywards Heath 2-0.
Dover captain Kevin Lokko marked his return from injury with what looked like being the winning goal until Notts County equalised in the 89th minute.
Whites may have missed out on maximum points but a fit Lokko is a big bonus for Andy Hessenthaler.
Tom Wynter had a hand in Kane Rowland's opener and celebrated a clean sheet as Ramsgate claimed their first league win of the season, beating East Grinstead 2-0.
Winger Louis Valencia supplied the cross for the opening goal and was influential throughout as Hollands & Blair fought back from 3-1 down to draw at Sheppey.
Stuart O'Keefe scored Gillingham's stunning second goal - a 20-yard strike into the far corner - as Southend were seen off 3-1 at Priestfield.
The goal capped what must go down as O'Keefe's best performance in a Gills shirt.
Michael Freiter's 83rd-minute strike gave Faversham a 2-1 home win over Whitehawk, a result that moved the Lilywhites up to 10th place in Isthmian South East.
Folkestone climbed to second in the Isthmian Premier thanks to Kieron McCann's double in a 3-2 victory over Brightlingsea Regent.
The winger met Jerson Dos Santos' cross for his opener and thumped home his second as Invicta went 3-1 up.
Bradley Goldberg fired Welling through to the FA Cup fourth qualifying round, scoring a first-half hat-trick in a 4-1 victory against Tavistock.
Margate remain on course to reach the first round proper after Noel Leighton's double in a 4-2 win at Salisbury.
And there were also two goals for Charlie Sheringham as Dartford progressed with a 4-2 victory at Blackfield & Langley.
Jay Saunders is our manager-of-the-week after leading Margate into the final qualifying round of the FA Cup.
Saunders was part of the Gate side who beat Leyton Orient in a first-round replay in 2002 and what an achievement it would be if he could take them back to that stage as a manager.