Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
On-loan Dartford keeper Bailey Vose won last week's poll. He finished with 23% of the vote after a brilliant performance in their win at Gloucester.
Have a look at this week's XI and vote for your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Goalkeeper Aaron Lee-Wharton was Sheppey's man-of-the-match as the Ites won 1-0 at Chatham in a top-of-the-table clash in Southern Counties East.
You need a good keeper to keep Chats' prolific strikers quiet and Lee-Wharton was up to the task.
Margate right-back Jack Paxman makes his first appearance after helping the Blues to a 1-0 Bostik Premier win at Leatherhead, deserving his clean sheet.
Finn O'Mara excelled in Folkestone's 3-0 FA Trophy win over Didcot, including a superb goalline clearance.
He's alongside former team-mate Gabriel Zakuani, whose efforts at least ensured Gillingham are in the hat for the FA Cup second round after a goalless draw with Hartlepool.
Chris Elliott played well against his old club as Whitstable won 2-1 at Sittingbourne in Bostik South East.
The left-back was a threat with his set-piece deliveries, setting up the Oystermen's opening goal.
In midfield, Myles Weston was Ebbsfleet's most dangerous player against Cheltenham in the FA Cup, particularly in the first half.
He put in a couple of great balls from the right wing which Luke Coulson and Danny Kedwell almost converted.
Jack Powell got off the mark for Maidstone with a spectacular free-kick as United came back from a goal down to see off Macclesfield 2-1 in the FA Cup.
Ramsgate's Jacob Mensah makes his team-of-the-week debut after a fine display in their 1-1 draw against Hythe in Bostik South East.
There's three new faces up front, too, including a Sunday League striker whose goal ended an unbeaten record stretching back 10 years.
Ashley Royall, who plays for New Brompton Gills in the Medway Messenger Sunday League, inflicted a 1-0 defeat on all-conquering Quested.
Ashford new boy Danny Parish scored twice, including an 84th-minute winner, as the Nuts & Bolts edged East Grinstead 2-1.
It was their first win in eight Bostik South East games.
K Sports youngster James Jeffrey scored an 88th-minute winner in a 2-1 Southern Counties East success against Hollands & Blair.
The Paperboys trailed with nine minutes remaining but turned the match on its head, capped by Jeffrey's goal.
Our manager-of-the-week is Harry Wheeler, whose half-time rocket inspired the Stones' fightback against League 2 Macclesfield.