Published: 09:27, 14 October 2019
| Updated: 09:34, 14 October 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Defender Tom Wynter won last week's poll, taking 26% of the vote after his performance in Ramsgate's victory over East Grinstead.
Have a look at today's XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Goalkeeper Tom Benham excelled in tricky conditions as Sittingbourne kept their first clean sheet in nine games, beating South Park 1-0 in the FA Trophy.
Jordan Samuel, a winger by trade, proved a more than capable full-back as Lordswood won 2-1 at Bearsted.
Lords boss Darren Anslow felt his pace would counter Bears' left-winger and so it proved.
Ben Gorham scored both Sevenoaks goals in a 2-2 draw at Aylesbury in the FA Trophy.
You could make a case for any of Gillingham's defenders, after keeping Portsmouth quiet at Fratton Park, but we've gone with centre-half Connor Ogilvie, who had a top game.
Left-back Noah Chesmain delivered another assist, setting up Ryan Johnson in Maidstone's 1-1 draw at Bath.
In midfield, Ben Greenhalgh scored a terrific winner as Dartford caretaker boss Tony Burman signed off with a 1-0 victory at Oxford City.
No visiting player had scored a league goal at Hollands & Blair this season, so all credit to Charlie Dickens, whose double set up a 3-0 win for Canterbury.
What a day for Tonbridge Angels who turned the National South form book on its head with their 5-1 victory over Braintree.
Tommie Hession-Harris was among the star performers, also scoring the third goal as Angels blew away the visitors in a seven-minute spell during the first half.
Kieron McCann retains his place after the winger's winner at Corinthian Casuals sent Folkestone back to the top of the Isthmian Premier.
Tom Scorer scored twice in the first half as Kennington upset higher-league Crowborough 4-2 in the FA Vase
Matt Gething's double, including a late clincher, saw K Sports beat AFC Croydon 3-1, their third win in four games.
There was no debate over today's top boss - it has to be Steve McKimm, after Tonbridge's emphatic victory against a high-flying Braintree side who'd won five of their previous six games.
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