Published: 00:00, 21 November 2016
| Updated: 09:32, 21 November 2016
It's time for our latest KentOnline team-of-the-week.
Eight clubs are represented in today's line-up, ranging from League 1 to Ryman South.
Check out our XI below and let us know if you agree or disagree by using the comments section at the bottom of the page or by tweeting @kentonlinesport.
Performance of the day came from Sittingbourne in a 4-0 win over Kent rivals and Ryman South promotion hopefuls Hythe.
Conrad Lee was brilliant moving from left-back to a new role in central midfield while keeper Simon Overland kept a clean sheet against one of the most deadly attacks in the division.
Two Gillingham players make the team after their 2-1 win at Walsall in League 1.
It's played three, won three for Bournemouth loanee Baily Cargill after another strong performance at centre-half, while up front Cody McDonald scored his 75th Gills goal.
Dover Athletic beat Guiseley 2-0 in the National League, just two days after playing extra-time against Cambridge in the FA Cup.
Moses Emmanuel made the most of rare start in attack, scoring both goals - although Ricky Miller's claiming one - while Sam Magri somehow found the energy to get up and down the pitch at right-back despite playing his fourth game in eight days.
In National South, captain Elliot Bradbrook scored and was his usual influential self as Dartford climbed into the play-off places with a 3-0 win at Bishop's Stortford, while Sean Shields did well on the left for Ebbsfleet despite a 3-2 defeat by leaders Maidenhead.
Miles Cornwell continued his impressive form since stepping up a level to Ryman Premier football with Folkestone, scoring twice in a 4-2 win over Sudbury.
Tonbridge were back on form after strong words in the week from manager Steve McKimm.
Sonny Miles, who goes into hospital for a shoulder operation next month, was superb at the back in a 2-0 win at high-flying Needham Market.
There's a first appearance in the team for Ramsgate's Aaron Millbank, who scored a last-minute equaliser against Ryman South leaders Dorking.