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Published: 08:04, 21 October 2019
| Updated: 10:24, 21 October 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Tonbridge midfielder Tommie Hession-Harris won last week's poll after his double in the 5-1 win over Braintree, taking 33% of the vote.
Have a look at today's XI and choose your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Tonbridge conceded twice at the death to lose 2-1 to Chelmsford but that was harsh on keeper Jonny Henly, who had a great game between the sticks and deserved a clean sheet.
Gavin Hoyte is Maidstone's Mr Reliable at right-back but he's also proved a force going forward, providing his sixth assist already this season in their 4-1 FA Cup win against Kings Langley.
Dan Cumber helped Sevenoaks regain top spot in Isthmian South East.
Drafted in at centre-half to cover injuries, he never put a foot wrong and capped a fine game with the first goal as Oaks beat Ashford 3-0.
Jack King was solid in defence as Ebbsfleet drew 1-1 with Woking in the FA Cup.
King's efforts looked set to be rewarded with a place in the first round only for the Cards to force a late replay.
In-form Sittingbourne left-back Jason Fregene had another storming game as the Brickies beat Hythe 1-0 in Isthmian South East.
Dover were heading out of the FA Cup before Jai Reason's 82nd-minute equaliser at Weymouth triggered a late turnaround that saw the visitors win 2-1.
Bola Dawodu produced a man-of-the-match performance in midfield as Herne Bay upset Guernsey 3-1 at Winch's Field.
TJ Jadama crowned a fine performance with a lovely curling finish for Whitstable's second goal in a 3-0 victory at East Grinstead.
Up top, Brandon Hanlan caused plenty of problems as Gillingham went after high-flying Peterborough at Priestfield.
Posh won 2-1 but knew they'd been in a game, with Hanlan looking the part.
Luke Medley's 15-minute hat-trick helped Lordswood win 6-0 at Erith & Belvedere in the Kent Senior Trophy.
And James Bessey-Saldanha struck twice in the second half as Bearsted beat Rusthall 5-2 in the same competition.
Sittingbourne manager Chris Lynch is our top boss after his young Brickies side beat an experienced Hythe outfit 1-0 to claim their first home league win of the season.
Up against his old assistant Nathan Elder, now No.2 at Hythe, it was Lynch's day as Bourne moved up to 15th place in Isthmian South East.
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