Michael Klass - Bromley

Klass started only his third game for Bromley as they thrashed league leaders FC Halifax Town to move top themselves. It was the first time Klass played a full 90 minutes for the Ravens during the 5-0 triumph. Klass put a very good performance in and read the game well in the centre of the Bromley midfield.

Tom Clifford - Concord Rangers

The young left-back played 90 minutes but was unable to help prevent Concord slip to their sixth loss in a row. This time they lost to third-placed Havant and Waterlooville. The Beachboys put up a brave and resilient performance and only lost 2-1. Despite Clifford’s efforts Concord are now sitting 14th in the table and only four points above the relegation zone.

Terell Egbri and Miles Mitchell-Nelson - Harlow Town

Harlow Town moved to the top of the Isthmian South Central division. They were without Matt Rush who was on the bench for Southend against Ipswich. Harlow traveled to Chalfont St. Peter as they managed to earn a 3-2 victory. Terrell Egbri scored twice for the Hawks before Blues youngster Miles Mitchell-Nelson scored a 93rd-minute winner to claim all three points. Both players started and completed the duration of the match.

Jon Benton - Great Wakering Rovers

Jon Benton started for Great Wakering and completed 90 minutes for Great Wakering as they drew 2-2 away to Brentwood Town. Benton was joined in the starting line up by former Blues academy striker Dan Walker. The central midfielder had a hand in both goals as Great Wakering occupy fifth place in the Isthmian North.

Ide Osimeh - Brentwood Town

Osimeh came on as a 69th-minute substitute for Brentwood Town in their home game against Jon Benton’s Great Wakering Rovers. Osimeh was introduced as Brentwood were losing but his presence helped Brentwood secure a much-needed point as they sit 17th in the table and only a point above the relegation zone.

Sam Knock - Hullbridge Sports

Staying in the Isthmian North, Sam Knock started and played the full 90 minutes for Hullbridge and also received a yellow card in the 88th minute. Hullbridge sit 10th in the league as they were leapfrogged by their opponents Histon as they lost 2-1 despite the Histon goalkeeper seeing a red card in the 55th minute. Hullbridge sit five points outside the play-off places.