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.

Just under a week after appearing at Wembley Stadium, Bradford City's James Hanson headed the Bantams ahead against York City, in a match they went on to win 2-0, and he is named in the npower League 2 Team of the Week.

The striker powerfully nodded home Stephen Darby's cross in the 77th minute to send the Bantams on their way to three points, before substitute Garry Thompson sealed the win late on.

And Darby is also included in the team for his role in Hanson's goal, and his overall performance in the victory at Bootham Crescent.

Oxford United's Deane Smalley partners Hanson up front, after he scored the all-important winner for the U's in their 2-1 success against Port Vale.

Bristol Rovers recorded three points at home by beating Burton Albion 3-0 to move further away from trouble at the bottom of the table, and Ellis Harrison is the Pirates' representative in the Team of the Week.

The youngster set up Eliot Richards in the 70th minute, and that goal rounded off an important victory for John Ward's men.

Plymouth Argyle also tabled an important three points, beating Barnet 2-1, and Pilgrims winger Andres Gurrieri is on the left in the XI, while goalscorer Conor Hourihane is in central midfield.

Exeter City boosted their chances of promotion to League 1 by beating fellow high-flyers Northampton Town 3-0, and they have two players in the squad.

In the middle of the park, alongside Hourihane, is the influential Matt Oakley, while Craig Woodman is named at left-back. Oakley teed up Jamie Cureton for the Grecians' second goal and Woodman took the corner that Northampton goalkeeper Lee Nicholls dropped into his own net.

At the heart of the defence, Wycombe Wanderers' Anthony Stewart is joined by Morecambe's Chris McCready.

Both players were on the scoresheet at the weekend and also helped their respective sides keep clean sheets. Stewart scored the Chairboys' winner late on against Fleetwood Town and McCready netted the opener for the Shrimps in their 3-0 victory against Rochdale.

Torquay United stopper Michael Poke is the man named in goal. The 27-year-old was key for the Gulls as they picked up their first point since January with a 0-0 draw away at Accrington Stanley.


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