Published: 10:05, 06 December 2021
| Updated: 10:08, 06 December 2021
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team of the week.
Congratulations to Ashford midfielder Josh Wisson, who won last week's poll with 19 per cent of the vote after scoring for the fourth game running in a 3-1 win over VCD.
Have a look at today's XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Jacob Russell was the busier of the two keepers as Ramsgate drew 0-0 away to a Sittingbourne side boasting some great attacking options.
Connor Dymond scored the winner as Cray Valley regained top spot in Isthmian South East with a 2-1 victory over fellow high-fliers Herne Bay.
Manager Steve King nearly fell asleep but Connor Essam stayed switched on at the back to help National South leaders Dartford to a 1-0 win against Billericay.
Seth Nana Twumasi had a terrific game for Dover against Wrexham after borrowing some boots to solve a defensive shortage, having been out injured since early November.
Seventeen-year-old Ronnie McLean made his Erith Town debut after 14 months out with a broken leg and dislocated knee, helping the Dockers win 2-1 at Holmesdale.
Danny Walder's free-kick helped improving Whitstable to a third straight win in Isthmian South East, the Oystermen beating promotion contenders Haywards Heath 3-2 at the Belmont.
Jack Mahoney set Corinthian on their way to a 2-0 away win against Burgess Hill, scoring their first-half opener.
There was a hat-trick for captain Jack Evans as Chatham hit double figures away to Tower Hamlets - 10-0 the final score.
Liam Gillies inspired Sheppey's comeback from 3-0 down to draw with Southern Counties East title rivals Glebe.
Having hit the post in the first half, he netted Sheppey's first and only a top save from Billy Johnson denied him a winner.
David Smith ended his goal-drought as Folkestone ruined Enfield's unbeaten home record with a 3-2 Isthmian Premier victory.
Leading SCEFL scorer Jamie Philpot struck twice for Glebe at Sheppey, heading the opener and scoring a cracking third.
Keith McMahon is our top boss after Whitstable continued their impressive revival under the former VCD manager.