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.

Brett Pitman scored for the eighth consecutive game in Bournemouth's important 3-1 victory against Carlisle United and the striker has been named in the npower League 1 Team of the Week.

The 25-year-old's latest goal came in the 90th minute against the Cumbrians and it wrapped up three points that ensured the Cherries will be playing npower Championship football next term.

Pitman's team-mate, Harry Arter, also got his name on the scoresheet, and in the Team of the Week alongside Notts County's Joss Labadie in the middle of the park.

The midfielder scored the only goal of the game for County - a cracker from 25 yards - against Doncaster, and that denied Rovers promotion from League 1. The Magpies also have a defender in the team, Gary Liddle, who helped keep the promotion-chasers at bay on their own patch.

Swindon Town's Gary Roberts and Portsmouth's Jed Wallace also found the net at the weekend, and they too are in midfield.

Roberts scored just after the interval for Swindon in their 3-0 win at home to Stevenage, while Wallace bagged for Pompey on the half-hour mark against Sheffield United, who they overcame 3-0.

The Robins' two others goals in the victory against Stevenage were both scored by towering centre-back Aden Flint and his name is unsurprisingly included in the XI, particularly as it was the first brace of his professional career.

Alongside Flint at centre-half is Leyton Orient's Nathan Clarke, while Scunthorpe United's Tom Newey is on the left side of the back four.

Clarke was pivotal in helping the O's keep a clean sheet away at Coventry City, who they beat 1-0, while Newey was important in Scunthorpe United's 1-0 away triumph at Milton Keynes Dons.

Walsall striker Febian Brandy is the man alongside Pitman in the forward ranks, as he scored the Saddlers' goal in their 1-1 draw with already-relegated Bury.

Finally, in goal is Yeovil Town stopper Marek Stech. The 23-year-old former West Ham United goalkeeper ensured all three points were collected by the Glovers against Crewe Alexandra, saving efforts from Byron Moore, Max Clayton and Matt Tootle.

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