Published: 09:06, 26 November 2018
| Updated: 09:08, 26 November 2018
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Hollands & Blair striker David Abe won last week's poll after his hat-trick against Punjab, earning 42% of the vote.
Have a look at today's XI and vote for your favourite at the bottom of the page.
We'll start with our manager-of-the-week as he's now out of work after being sacked by text message.
Gary Alexander had just led Ashford to their third straight win in Bostik South East despite having no substitutes.
But a 4-1 success against Herne Bay wasn't enough to spare him the axe.
Luke Watkins made crucial saves at crucial times as Ramsgate became the first team to keep a clean sheet against Bostik South East leaders Cray, Sunday's game finishing 0-0.
Phil Starkey had a good game at right-back as Folkestone put up a brave fight in the FA Trophy at Woking, and there was certainly no shame in a 2-0 defeat by the National South leaders.
Dave Winfield was dominant at the back as Ebbsfleet picked up their first win under Garry Hill, also setting up a goal for Michael Cheek in the 4-0 National League victory over Halifax.
He's partnered by Ollie Gray, who's showing what an important player he is for Ramsgate since returning from a loan spell.
There's a new face at left-back where Dartford academy product Taylor Fisher, a midfielder by trade, impressed in a 1-1 FA Trophy draw at Eastbourne.
Andry Drury was peerless in midfield for Ebbsfleet, showing all his class on the ball in their big win over Halifax.
Sam Corne makes his second appearance of the season after his double for Ashford.
And Jon Rogers' extra-time goal helped Bearsted see off Lordswood 4-2 in a Kent Senior Trophy thriller.
Up front, prolific Dan Bradshaw scored a hat-trick as Sheppey won 4-3 at Crowborough in Southern Counties East.
Inih Effiong scored his fourth goal of the season and was a real handful as Dover beat Hartlepool 2-1 to move off the foot of the National League.
Chatham striker Paul Vines already has his own team-of-the-week T-shirt, courtesy of his team-mates, and he can wear it today after his double in a 5-0 Kent Senior Trophy win at Canterbury.
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