Martin Hayes named a rare unchanged side against Basingstoke
Dartford remain third in Blue Square Bet South after beating Eastleigh 3-0.
Charlie Sheringham scored his seventh and eighth goals of the season which puts them two points off the lead.
After conceding 11 goals in their last two games Tonbridge kept their second successive clean sheet away from home to draw 0-0 with Thurrock.
Dover and Bromley also drew while Welling remain top despite a 3-2 defeat at Dorchester despite their late comeback.
Dover manager Martin Hayes had come under criticism for his squad rotation policy early season but he named the same XI that beat Chelmsford seven days earlier for their 0-0 draw with Basingstoke.
Hayes told BBC Radio Kent: "It's been our problem, we've played well, made a load of chances but can't put the ball in the net.
"Some was good goalkeeping, some was good finishing but I can't believe it was 0-0.
"Defensively we've been good, Basingstoke were strong in the first 20 minutes, we then dominated, and apart from the late chance they had our goalkeeper was quiet."
Cray Wanderers made it three wins in a row, beating Harrow Borough 4-0 away from home.
"It's been fantastic, we got a free kick after 49 minutes of the first half, deserved to go in 1-0 up." manager Ian Jenkins told BBC Radio Kent.
"The side I've got for this budget is fantastic really. Hopefully we can go better, maybe conference south.
"We've got loud music playing in the dressing room, karaoke in the dressing room, we've got a lot of banter about the club, but it's easy if you're winning." he said.
Maidstone United went one better with a fourth straight win. They beat Croydon Athletic 2-0.
Player manager Jay Saunders said: "That was a good result for us, the first game of the season we hold our hands up, Whitehawk were the better side. We should have won the game against Whitstable, but I was confident if we kept creating chances we'd win games."
Folkestone and Faversham were the other winners in Ryman South as they beat Crawley Down and Walton and Hersham respectively.
Chatham Town missed the chance to go top of Ryman North as they lost 2-0 to the leaders Grays Athletic.
Chatham only just avoided relegation last season but they started Saturday's game level with the league leaders.
"It wasn't a bad start," said manager Kevin Watson. "They deserved to win the game, it stopped us playing the way we need to, all credit to them. We didn't give a good account of ourselves."
"I don't know if they're the best team in the league until we see all the teams. Grays are very experienced, what they do they do well and we were not able to adapt today."
Ashford United are still in the FA Vase in their first ever season in the competition. They drew 2-2 with Sussex League Shoreham and will replay in midweek. Beckenham, Tunbridge Wells, Erith Town, Lordswood and Woodstock Sports all won through to the second qualifying round.
Herne Bay's 5-0 win over Greenwich means they overtake Canterbury at the top of the Kent league, Bly Spartans are still top of the Kent Invicta League after their 1-1 draw at Bridon Ropes while Farnborough OBG are the new Kent County League leaders. They beat Tonbridge Invicta 7-1.
Results - Saturday, 10 September
Blue Square Bet South Bromley 2-2 Salisbury City Dartford 3-0 Eastleigh Dorchester Town 3-2 Welling United Dover Athletic 0-0 Basingstoke Town Thurrock 0-0 Tonbridge Angels
Ryman Division One South Crawley Down 0-1 Folkestone Invicta Croydon Athletic 0-2 Maidstone United Hythe Town 2-2 Walton Casuals Sittingbourne 0-0 Bognor Regis Town Walton/Hersham 2-3 Faversham Town Whitehawk 2-1 Ramsgate Whitstable Town 1-2 Eastbourne Town
Ryman Division One North Chatham Town 0-2 Grays Athletic Ware 1-2 Thamesmead Town
FA Vase First Qualifying Round Ashford United 2-2 Shoreham Croydon 1-2 Beckenham Town Erith/Belvedere 2-3 Tunbridge Wells Holmesdale 0-1 Erith Town Lordswood 1-0 Steyning Town Wick 0-2 Woodstock Sports
Kent Hurlimann League Premier Division Cray Valley 2-1 Corinthian Herne Bay 5-0 Greenwich Borough Sevenoaks Town 0-1 Deal Town VCD Athletic 2-1 Canterbury City
Kent Invicta League Bearsted 3-0 Hollands/Blair Bridon Ropes 1-1 Bly Spartans Crockenhill 2-6 Lydd Town Orpington 1-4 Meridian Phoenix Sports 1-3 Seven Acre Sutton Athletic 0-1 Lewisham Borough Woodstock Park 3-1 Erith/Dartford
Haart of Kent County League Premier Division APM Contrast 1-0 Stanfeld Bredhurst Juniors 2-2 Fleet Leisure Charlton Ath Comm 0-2 Tudor Sports Greenways 1-0 Tudor Sports Snodland 4-0 Staplehurst Tonbridge Invicta 1-7 Farnborough
Division One Coney Hall 11-0 Milton/Fulston Forest Hill Park 0-0 Fleetdown Hildenborough 2-1 Otford United Kennington 1-6 Chipstead Metrogas 6-0 Saga Sheppey United 1-0 AFC Sevenoaks
Division Two Bexley Borough 0-3 Mottingham Borden Village 2-3 Hadlow Evolution Erith 147 1-0 Bexleians Greenhill 1-4 NK Aces Guru Nanak 1-0 Deal Town Rangers Halstead 3-5 Dulwich Village Lanes End 3-2 Parkwood Rangers Platt United 1-4 Hawkenbury Swale United 1-3 Sevenoaks FC Tenterden Town 1-3 Larkfield/New Hythe
Bill Manklow Inter Regional Cup Belvedere 4-3 Eltham Palace Sheerness East 4-1 New Romney
Les Leckie Cup Broadstairs 3-3 Malgo (Broadstairs won on pens)
Fixtures - Monday 12 September
Kent Hurlimann League Erith Town v Lordswood
Tuesday 13 September
Ryman Premier Division Cray Wanderers v Wingate/Finchley
Ryman Division One South Dulwich v Whitstable Eastbourne Town v Hythe Faversham v Whyteleafe Merstham v Sittingbourne Ramsgate v Corinthian Casuals
Ryman Division One North Thamesmead v Potters Bar
FA Vase First Qualifying Round Replay Shoreham v Ashford United
Kent Hurlimann League Canterbury City v Deal Corinthian v Beckenham Erith/Belvedere v Fisher Greenwich v Sevenoaks Tunbridge Wells v Holmesdale VCD v Cray Valley
Haart of Kent County League Division Two Sevenoaks FC v Platt United
Wednesday 14 September
Ryman Premier Division Met Police v Margate
Ryman Division One South Folkestone v Worthing Maidstone v Walton/Hersham
Ryman Division One North Ilford v Chatham Town
Kent Hurlimann League Woodstock Sports v Herne Bay
Haart of Kent County League Division One
Forest Hill Park v AFC Sevenoaks
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