Published: 09:38, 25 November 2019
| Updated: 09:41, 25 November 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Sheppey midfielder Harrison Carengie won last week's poll, taking 17% of the vote after his double against Greenwich.
Have a look at today's XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Jordan Perrin saved a penalty for the second week running as Sittingbourne beat Isthmian South East high-fliers VCD 2-1.
The former Wigan youth keeper has proved quite a signing for the Brickies, taking his chance following an injury to Tom Benham a few weeks ago.
Barry Fuller got a standing ovation from both sets of fans when he was substituted towards the end of Gillingham's 1-0 defeat at his old club AFC Wimbledon.
It was no less than the veteran full-back deserved following another solid display.
You had to feel for Jack King after Ebbsfleet conceded a last-gasp equaliser at Stockport. The big centre-half deserved to be on the winning team for his display but it wasn't to be.
Ryan Cheek scored Tunbridge Wells' winner in their 2-1 victory away to a Deal side who boasted a formidable home record.
Chatham's George Sheminant completes our backline after another strong performance in a 3-0 win over Crowborough.
Half-time substitute Anthony Cook turned the game as Welling beat St Albans in the FA Trophy, setting up the second goal and sealing 10-man Wings' progress with a late free-kick in a 3-1 victory.
Jack Munns was the pick of Dover's midfield in their 1-1 draw with promotion rivals Solihull Moors.
His free-kick set up Inih Effiong's goal and he was at the heart of Whites' excellent first-half display.
Jordan Wright scored twice as Canterbury finally hit the goal trail after weeks of frustration for Clive Cook.
The midfielder's double set up a 4-1 win over Erith & Belvedere.
Joe Turner opened the scoring as Tonbridge negotiated a tricky FA Trophy tie against Bognor Regis, Steve McKimm's side advancing 2-1.
Up top, Elliott Romain capped a fine performance against his old club by scoring both Dartford goals in a 2-2 FA Trophy draw at Maidstone.
Sevenoaks striker Louis Collins struck twice in a 3-1 win at Ramsgate.
It followed his first senior goal, against Ashford, last month.
Chris Lynch is our top boss for the third time this season after Sittingbourne continued their excellent run with victory over promotion hopefuls VCD.
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