Each week, the Official Football League website will bring you the Team of the Week. Produced by the Press Association, the Team's of the Week feature the eleven top performing players from each division from the weekend's matches.
Rob Jones scored the winner for Doncaster Rovers in their match against Tranmere Rovers to remain top of npower League 1, and the towering defender has been included in the Team of the Week.
Rovers' skipper netted his eighth goal of the season in the 63rd minute and that was enough to secure three points, and guarantee Brian Flynn's side at least a Play-Off place. They will, of course, be hoping to clinch the title in the coming weeks, though.
Jones is partnered at centre-half by Carlisle United's Peter Murphy, who played a significant role in the Cumbrians' 2-1 away win against Oldham Athletic.
The defence is completed by Stevenage's David Gray and Preston North End's David Buchanan.
Both of the full-backs were involved in clean sheets, with Stevenage drawing 0-0 away to Portsmouth and Preston beating Scunthorpe 3-0 at home.
One of Preston's goalscorers against the Iron was Nicky Wroe, and he's included in the middle of the park, alongside Coventry City's Carl Baker. The Sky Blues captain was on target in their 1-1 home draw with Brentford.
Bournemouth registered a 3-1 success on the South Coast against Notts County and they have two players in the XI.
The division's Player of the Year, Matt Ritchie, who scored twice in the convincing victory, is on the wing, while striker Brett Pitman, who also netted, is up top.
Hartlepool United's Andy Monkhouse rounds off the midfield four, after he scored a brace for the Pools against Bury, and Yeovil Town's Paddy Madden is named in the forward ranks.
The Glovers' hit man took his goal tally for the season to 23 with a stunning solo effort in Yeovil's 2-1 home win against Shrewsbury Town - a result that kept Gary Johnson's team in touch with the top two.
In goal, and completing the League 1 Team of the Week, is Colchester United's Sam Walker. The on-loan Chelsea stopper preserved all three points for the U's against Leyton Orient by saving a Kevin Lisbie penalty 12 minutes from time with the score at 2-1.
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