Each week the Official Football League website will bring you the Team of the Week. Produced by the Press Association, the Teams of the Week features the eleven top performing players from each division from this weekend's matches.

Lewis Grabban was the man of the moment for Bournemouth at the weekend, hitting a second-half hat-trick, as the Cherries kept up their fine form under the stewardship of Eddie Howe with a 4-1 win at home against Oldham Athletic.

The former Rotherham United striker scored two in two minutes early in the second period before completing his hat-trick in the 72nd minute, to write his name into the npower League 1 Team of the Week.

Swindon Town's James Collins, Sheffield United's Shaun Miller and Coventry City's Carl Baker were also in fine goalscoring form at the weekend, each netting a brace in wins for their respective teams, to make the Team.

Collins bagged his brace for the Robins as they hammered Yeovil Town 4-1, Miller scored his two in Sheffield United's win over Stevenage by the same 4-1 scoreline, while Baker netted his double as the Sky Blues recorded a 5-0 success on the road against Hartlepool United.

Walsall's Ashley Hemmings and Colchester United's Anthony Wordsworth also found the net to be included in the midfield.

Hemmings notched for the Saddlers in the 74th minute as they picked up a valuable draw away against Crawley Town. Wordsworth, meanwhile, pulled the strings for Colchester in their 2-0 home triumph versus Bury and got his name on the scoresheet early in the second period.

Doncaster Rovers kept one of only four clean sheets in the division at the weekend, beating Portsmouth 1-0 at Fratton Park, and they have defender Rob Jones in the XI, as well as goalkeeper Gary Woods.

Leyton Orient defender Ben Chorley partners Jones at centre-back, as he scored one of Orient's four away goals at Carlisle United.

Scunthorpe United's Christian Ribeiro and Shrewsbury Town's Joe Jacobson complete the squad.

Ribeiro initially put the Iron ahead with a curling effort but they were pegged back by Notts County to draw 2-2, while Jacobson impressed at left-back for the Shrews in their narrow 1-0 victory against Crewe Alexandra.


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