Published: 07:29, 03 February 2020
| Updated: 07:34, 03 February 2020
Vote for your star man in KentOnline’s team-of-the-week.
Whitstable forward Aaron Millbank won last week’s poll, taking a whopping 53% of the vote after his double in a 3-1 win against Three Bridges.
Have a look at today’s XI and choose your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Corinthian’s ex-Charlton youngster Aiden Prall kept free-scoring Sheppey United at bay in a goalless draw between the Southern Counties East promotion rivals.
Dartford strengthened their position in the National League South play-off places with a 5-1 win at Chippenham.
Darren McQueen may have grabbed the headlines with another two goals but captain Tom Bonner marshalled his troops brilliantly in tricky conditions.
Jamie Coyle used all his experience at the back to help Hythe Town secure a 1-1 draw in a good old battle against Kent rivals Herne Bay.
And Joe Tennent impressed in defence as 10-man Sevenoaks won 2-0 at Faversham for a first Isthmian South East away win since September.
Joshua Froggatt scored four times as Tunbridge Wells moved up to fifth in Southern Counties East with a dominant 5-2 win at AFC Croydon.
Scott Heard’s strike capped a fine display as Folkestone won 3-1 at East Thurrock to maintain pressure on Isthmian Premier leaders Worthing.
Lee Scott grabbed a last-minute equaliser as Deal drew 2-2 with Welling Town, ensuring they travel to the north east for next weekend’s FA Vase tie against Consett in good spirits.
Bearsted moved up to seventh in Southern Counties East with James Bessey-Saldanha scoring a hat-trick in a 6-1 victory against Crowborough, their third straight win.
Jon Pilbeam struck twice as Chatham won their big Medway derby against Hollands & Blair 3-2 in front of almost 600 fans at Maidstone Road.
Inih Effiong’s double led Dover to a 2-0 win at Stockport as Whites leapfrogged their hosts and moved to within three points of the National League play-off places.
Aaron Condon continued his brilliant campaign with another two goals as Ashford United cruised to a 5-0 victory over East Grinstead to consolidate second place in Isthmian South East.
Folkestone manager Neil Cugley is our top boss after Invicta's 3-1 win at East Thurrock.
Never an easy place to go, Cugley led his side to a third league win on the spin, keeping them bang in the title race and the chasing pack at bay.