Published: 09:19, 13 September 2021
| Updated: 09:21, 13 September 2021
Vote for your star man in KentOnline’s team of the week.
Congratulations to Maidstone defender Taylor Curran, who won last week’s poll with 24 per cent of the vote after an excellent debut at Oxford City.
Have a look at today’s XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Gillingham’s on-loan Chelsea goalkeeper Jamie Cumming made a superb last-minute save in a one-on-one to deny Burton a winner, the game finishing 1-1.
Seth Nana Twumasi always puts in a shift and Saturday was no exception as Dover claimed their first point and clean sheet of the season, against National League promotion hopefuls Chesterfield.
Scott Doe, having lost defensive partner Tom Wynter to injury midway through the first half, led Hythe to a battling 1-0 win at East Grinstead in Isthmian South East.
Big Jerome Binnom-Williams caught the eye at left-back in Maidstone’s 2-2 draw with Concord, proving hard to get past and also showing great feet going forward.
Teenager Troy Howard scored twice in six second-half minutes as Deal Town won 3-0 at Punjab in Southern Counties East.
Adam Lovattexcelled in central midfield as Tonbridge became the first team to take a point off National South leaders Dartford this season, the visitors earning a 1-1 draw at Princes Park.
Ian Draycott drew level with Jimmy Dryden as Folkestone’s record scorer on 141 goals, scoring the equaliser as Neil Cugley’s side came from a goal down to beat Horsham 2-1 and go second in the Isthmian Premier.
Gillingham winger Mustapha Carayol gave Burton’s right-back a torrid time in another impressive display for Steve Evans’ men.
Two goals from Hassan Ibrahiym helped Cray Valley to a 4-0 win at Faversham in Isthmian South East.
Jay May also scored twice in an outstanding performance as Ashford ran out 4-1 winners at Whitehawk.
James Bessey-Saldanha continued his impressive form since joining Margate from Southern Counties East side Bearsted, capping a man-of-the-match display with a goal in a 4-2 Isthmian Premier win over Leatherhead.
Darren Blackburn is our top boss after Sittingbourne came from a goal down to win 4-1 away to a Corinthian side who are always difficult to play against.
The hosts had Jack Mahoney sent off while leading 1-0 but that arguably made the Brickies’ task harder as Michael Golding’s side set about protecting their lead.