Published: 09:34, 12 October 2020
| Updated: 09:36, 12 October 2020
Vote for your star man in KentOnline’s team-of-the-week.
Well done to Faversham defender Joe Denny, who won last week’s poll with 30 per cent of the vote.
Have a look at this week’s XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Hollands & Blair keeper Mitchell Ware made a brilliant triple save from a penalty in his side’s goalless draw with unbeaten Tunbridge Wells in Southern Counties East.
Summer signing Joe Ellul powered home a 95th-minute header as Maidstone earned a 2-2 draw at much-fancied Havant in National League South.
Gillingham defender Zech Medley had his best game for the club in an impressive 3-1 win over a highly-rated Oxford United side.
Captain Callum Davies led Folkestone their first clean sheet of the season as Neil Cugley’s men beat Potters Bar 1-0 in the Isthmian Premier
Hythe’s former Gillingham midfielder Darren Oldaker scored early in the second half - a fierce strike - to settle their Isthmian South East derby against Herne Bay.
Jack Paxman has made a good start to life at Ebbsfleet, the ex-Maidstone man bossing midfield as the 10-man hosts drew 1-1 with Dulwich Hamlet in National South.
Luke Rooney capped an impressive return to his former club with a goal as Chatham won 5-1 at Beckenham in Southern Counties East.
And there was a hat-trick for Frankie Morgan as Corinthian continued their flying start to the SCEFL season with a 4-0 win against Welling Town.
Jack Midson showed his class with a first-half double as Sheppey United beat Molesey 6-0 in FA Vase qualifying.
Gary Lockyer scored twice in the first 10 minutes and completed his hat-trick in the closing stages as Kennington thumped Shoreham 7-0 in the Vase.
TJ Jadama’s spectacular header saw Isthmian South East Whitstable chalk up a third straight win, defeating Burgess Hill 1-0.
Steve Evans masterminded Gillingham’s impressive win over last season’s play-off finalists, Oxford, but this week’s top boss is Dan Scorer of Kennington after guiding his Southern Counties East Division 1 side to the first round proper of the Vase in spectacular fashion.