Published: 09:04, 30 September 2019
| Updated: 09:05, 30 September 2019
Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team-of-the-week.
Chatham striker Harry Harding won last week's poll, taking 44% of almost 1,400 votes after his hat-trick against Lordswood.
Have a look at today's team and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.
Deal goalkeeper James Tonkin chalked up his third penalty save in five days as the Hoops won 2-1 at Erith & Belvedere.
It was 1-1 when Tonkin denied the Deres from the spot, following on from two midweek penalty saves against Sheppey.
Josh Vincent scored the equaliser that preserved Folkestone's unbeaten record at the top of the Isthmian Premier.
It was his second goal in a matter of weeks, earning Invicta a 1-1 draw at Wingate.
Captain Jack Bath scored the winner as Corinthian came from a goal down to beat fellow high-fliers Tunbridge Wells 2-1.
And it was a good day for Sheppey defender Jez Hammond who celebrated a goal and a clean sheet as the Ites won 5-0 at Crowborough.
John Ufuah's terrific strike gave Whitstable Town a 1-0 FA Trophy win at Chalfont St Peter and he gets the nod to represent the Oystermen over keeper Dan Eason, who made a series of good saves.
Danny Waldren pulled the strings in Welling's 2-1 victory at Hungerford, also scoring a lovely opener after combining with Adam Coombes.
Dartford lost 3-2 to Slough but 18-year-old academy product Cameron Brodie showed why he's so highly thought of at Princes Park with his performance in midfield.
Dover went down 2-0 to FC Halifax but Nassim L'Ghoul had quite an impact coming off the bench after half-time, the former Welling winger pushing his claims to start.
Up front, it's been a good week for Harry Goodger.
Fresh from setting up the winner against Southern Counties East leaders Chatham on Wednesday night, Goodger scored in Hollands & Blair's 5-2 Kent Senior Trophy victory over Croydon.
Matt McClure scored the first hat-trick of his career as Maidstone beat St Albans 4-0 in National League South.
That made it seven goals in nine games for the former Aldershot striker, who joined the Stones as a free agent in the early weeks of the season.
James Alderman completes our XI after scoring a last-minute winner as K Sports fought back from 2-0 down to beat Fisher 3-2.
Hollands & Blair boss Simon Halsey is our manager of the week after leading his side to a third straight victory, including that derby win over Chatham.