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Tonbridge winger Khale da Costa won last week's poll, taking 20% of the vote after his double inspired Angels' second-half comeback against Billericay.
Have a look at today's XI and choose your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Dan Eason saved two penalties in a matter of minutes as 10-man Whitstable drew 1-1 at Ramsgate in Isthmian South East.
There was no way past defender Jack King as Ebbsfleet negotiated a potentially tricky FA Trophy tie at Enfield, running out 2-0 winners in north London.
Jai McKinlay continued his outstanding campaign in central defence and also popped up with a goal as Lordswood beat Tunbridge Wells 2-0 on Richard Styles' return to Martyn Grove.
Tonbridge produced yet another fightback with Alex Bentley's last-gasp leveller earning a 2-2 draw against Hampton in the FA Trophy. The sides meet again in a replay tomorrow.
In midfield, Dawid Baranowski earned the result of the weekend in Southern Counties East, scoring an 86th-minute winner as Bearsted came from a goal down to beat leaders Beckenham 2-1.
Josh Wisson scored the only goal as Ashford ended Hastings' unbeaten record in Isthmian South East.
Alongside him is Danny Walder, who set Hythe on their way to a 3-0 win over VCD - a first victory in nine matches for Steve Watt's men.
Harrison Carnegie scored twice and provided an assist as in-form Sheppey beat Erith & Belvedere 5-0.
Up top, Elliott Romain struck in either half as Dartford beat Billericay 3-2 on Sunday.
Ben Brown - a midfielder by trade - was moved up front to cover for injuries when Hollands & Blair went to Punjab.
It proved a masterstroke by Blair boss Simon Halsey with Brown scoring twice in a 3-1 away win.
Ashley Miller was one of the players denied from the spot by Whitstable keeper Eason but he did score the goal that earned Ramsgate a precious point in their survival fight.
Bearsted manager Kevin Stevens is our top boss after their excellent victory against Beckenham.