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.
Dani Lopez was the star of the show for Barnet after he netted a 22-minute hat-trick for the Bees in their 4-1 triumph against Morecambe, and he is included up front in the npower League 2 Team of the Week.
The Spaniard struck his first 20 minutes into the second half to give Barnet the lead, before scoring from the spot in the 70th minute, then finishing his hat-trick with three minutes remaining.
Rochdale's George Donnelly also scored a couple of late goals, in Dale's 4-1 triumph against Wycombe Wanderers, and he partners Lopez up front in the team.
Northampton Town kept their promotion push on track with a 2-0 success against Accrington Stanley and they have two players in the XI.
Chris Hackett is named on the right of the midfield, after he powered the Cobblers into the lead with a sublime free-kick, while Clarke Carlisle is included at centre-back for his performance in the win.
Burton Albion lead Northampton in the table by a point and their 3-1 triumph at home to Cheltenham Town was largely thanks to central midfielder Robbie Weir, who netted twice. It's no surprise to see the 24-year-old's name in the middle of the park.
Alongside him is Oxford United's Scott Davies, who was influential for the U's in their 3-1 away day win against Torquay United.
Gillingham's Chris Whelpdale completes the midfield. The former Peterborough United man scored what turned out to be the winner for the League 2 leaders, in their 2-1 victory against struggling Plymouth Argyle.
Southend United's Sean Clohessy and Chesterfield's Nathan Smith occupy the full-back slots.
Clohessy scored from the spot in Southend's impressive 2-1 win at Port Vale, while Smith performed well for the Spireites as they overcame Bristol Rovers 2-0.
Another team to register a good 2-1 win was Dagenham and Redbridge, who were triumphant at the New York Stadium against Rotherham United. Centre-half Luke Wilkinson scored the winner for the Daggers, and he's named alongside Clarke Carlisle in the heart of the defence.
In goal, and completing the team, is Aldershot Town's Jamie Young. The stopper performed admirably for the Shots against Bradford City, and was very unfortunate to concede a last-minute penalty against the Bantams to deny his side all three points.
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