Published: 08:53, 13 January 2020
| Updated: 10:26, 13 January 2020
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Sittingbourne striker Sam Stace won last week's poll, taking 35% of the vote after his winning goal against East Grinstead.
Have a look at today's XI and choose your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Dan Ellis is in goal after heroically playing on with a broken leg in Chatham's FA Vase clash with Corinthian.
Chats lost 2-1 after extra time but Ellis made some "unbelievable" saves according to manager Scott Lindsey, who added his keeper will "go down in history".
James Folkes looked the part as Tonbridge claimed their first away win of the season to move four points clear of the National South drop zone.
Folkes, a threat getting forward from right-back, made the telling contribution with the cross that went in off keeper Michael Johnson as Angels beat Braintree 1-0.
Matt Bourne was up against the club he served for years when Ashford took on Faversham.
And it was a job well done for the experienced centre-half as the Nuts and Bolts continued their Isthmian South East promotion push with a 2-0 victory.
Max Ehmer played his part in a solid backline as Gillingham kept big-spending Peterborough at bay in a goalless draw at London Road.
At left-back it's Whitstable's James Brown, whose afternoon included two goalline clearances in the first half of their 1-1 draw at Chichester.
Oscar Housego scored both goals, including an extra-time winner, as Corinthian beat Chatham 2-1 in the FA Vase.
Connor Heffernan excelled in the No.10 role, also scoring the first goal, as Simon Halsey's tactical switch paid off in Hollands & Blair's 4-1 win at Fisher. It was a fourth straight win for a Blair side who are still in the Southern Counties East title race.
Sam Blackman scored an injury-time winner in the final game of his loan spell from Dartford as improving Hythe beat East Grinstead 2-1 at Reachfields.
Luke Wanadio capped a man-of-the-match display with the clinching goal as in-form Dartford consolidated seventh place in National South with a 3-0 win against Oxford City.
Jermaine McGlashan, a winger by trade, enjoyed an impressive debut playing up front for Ebbsfleet in their 1-0 FA Trophy success against King's Lynn.
He led the line well and made 10-man Fleet look as though they were playing with 12 at times.
On-loan Sittingbourne wideman Liam Middleton scored the winner as Canterbury's new-look side came from a goal down to beat Bearsted 2-1.
Middleton struck in the second half as City picked up their first points since Clive Cook and his entire playing squad quit the club before Christmas.
Steve McKimm is our top boss after Tonbridge broke their away duck at Braintree. That made it seven points from nine in 2020 as Angels moved up to 17th place.
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