Published: 09:07, 09 November 2020
| Updated: 09:08, 09 November 2020
Vote for your star man in KentOnline’s team-of-the-week.
Well done to teenage Erith Town centre-back Tom Ash who won last week’s poll with 37 per cent of the vote after his performance against Tunbridge Wells.
Have a look at this week’s XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Tonbridge lost 7-0 to Bradford in the FA Cup but that was harsh on Angels keeper Jonny Henly who made a number of good saves against a classy Football League side.
Gavin Hoyte set up Maidstone’s late winner at Slough and also had a hand in the first goal as a 3-2 victory that sent them second in National League South.
Cray Valley’s magnificent FA Cup run is over after a narrow 1-0 defeat at Havant but the Millers emerged with plenty of credit, including defender Connor Dymond, who impressed against the Hawks’ dangerous frontline.
Folkestone’s midweek Isthmian Premier victory over AFC Hornchurch was lit up by a stunning volley from defender Josh Vincent - a strike that will take some beating in the goal-of-the-season stakes.
Hassan Ibrahyim was another Cray Valley player to rise to the occasion against higher-league opposition in the FA Cup.
Jacob Berkeley-Agyepong scored a brilliant goal for Dartford in their 3-2 defeat by Dorking Wanderers at the top of National South.
He cancelled out Jason Prior’s opener but the visitors went on to end Darts’ unbeaten start.
George Porter continued his excellent form at Maidstone by scoring twice - including an 87th-minute winner - at Slough.
Jordan Graham is one of three Gillingham players in our line-up after their FA Cup fightback from 2-0 down against non-league Woking.
Graham set up two of the goals, including the winner for substitute Vadaine Oliver, who’s also in the XI.
Dominic Samuel’s contribution was also vital, with the striker scoring twice to wipe out Woking’s lead.
VCD forward Marcus Elliott retains his spot after his midweek strike in a 1-1 draw with East Grinstead in Isthmian South East.
That made it three goals in two games for Elliott as the Vickers secured a decent point against their fellow high-fliers.
Steve Evans is our top boss after back-to-back wins for Gillingham.
His introduction of John Akinde proved decisive in Tuesday night’s league win at Crewe and the Scot made good use of his bench again in the FA Cup, with Oliver grabbing the winner.