PLAY-OFF chasing Bromley picked up a big point at Tranmere Rovers on Saturday and manager Neil Smith was named our Top Boss.
Defender Jack Holland scored the Ravens’ late equaliser at Prenton Park and he earned a spot at the back alongside York’s Yan Klukowski and Will Evans of Aldershot.
Regan Charles-Cook scored two on his Solihull Moors debut to help beat Sutton United and he was duly given a place in our midfield four.
The Charlton loanee was picked along with Dagenham & Redbridge scorer Fejiri Okenabirhie, returning Dover midfielder Nicky Deverdics and Monty Patterson of Braintree.
Big striker Matt Rhead netted twice for Lincoln in their vital win against Woking, earning him a place in our front three, partnering Gateshead’s Jordan Burrow and Forest Green Rovers’ Omar Bugiel.
Nathan Baxter, on loan at Solihull from Premier League leaders Chelsea, saved a penalty for the Moors and was handed our number one shirt.