Published: 08:48, 02 December 2019
| Updated: 11:52, 02 December 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Chatham defender George Sheminant won last week's poll, taking 29% of the vote after his performance against Crowborough.
Have a look at today's XI and vote for your star man at the bottom of the page.
Rilwan Anibaba made another penalty save as Lordswood won 1-0 at Punjab in Southern Counties East.
Goalless at the time, it proved a key moment as Lords took the points.
Callum Davies produced a captain's performance at centre-half as Folkestone returned to action after a two-week break with a solid goalless draw at Lewes.
Ebbsfleet's on-loan Bournemouth defender Tyler Cordner produced a man-of-the-match performance in a 2-1 win over Wrexham.
Back in his more familiar role after being used in midfield in the midweek defeat at Barnet, Cordner's performance helped Fleet climb off the foot of the National League.
Sonny Miles was immense for Tonbridge in their goalless draw at National South high-fliers Slough.
Angels knew they would have to be on their game defensively against a dangerous Rebels side and Miles and co were just that.
Adem Ramadan capped a fine display with a goal as Margate produced the result of the weekend, winning 3-0 at Isthmian Premier leaders Horsham.
Liam Gillies was influential in midfield as a strong Whitstable performance secured a 2-0 win at Kent rivals Faversham.
Saidou Khan scored a brilliant opener as Maidstone gave Blackpool a fright in the FA Cup.
Khan's half-volley gave the Stones a half-time lead and he looked well at home against League 1 opposition despite the Tangerines recovering to win 3-1.
Aaron Condon was a threat all afternoon down the left and deserved his goal as Ashford won 4-1 at Hythe.
Up front, Brandon Hanlan scored the third goal and proved a handful as Gillingham beat Doncaster 3-0 to reach the FA Cup third round.
Deal Town reached the FA Vase fourth round thanks to Connor Coyne's second-half double in a 2-0 victory over Southall.
Bola Dawodu scored Herne Bay's late winner in a 3-2 derby success against Sevenoaks.
Dawodu only joined the action midway through the second half but made a telling contribution with the 84th-minute decider.
Jay Saunders is our top boss after Margate's terrific victory at Horsham.
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