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.

Lee Molyneux was the hat-trick hero for Accrington Stanley as he bagged a treble in their vital 3-2 win against fellow strugglers Barnet, and he's included in the npower League 2 Team of the Week.

The left-sided player opened the scoring for Stanley in the eighth minute, before adding another after 25 minutes. He then completed his hat-trick from the spot 10 minutes before the interval. The Bees fought back to 3-2, but couldn't grab a leveller.

Craig Woodman is behind Molyneux in the team, at left-back, after he played a significant role in Exeter City's 4-1 triumph at home to Bradford City. Bantams stopper Matt Duke palmed the Woodman's corner into the net and that set the Grecians on their way to a comfortable win.

On the other side of the back four is Chesterfield's Richard Brindley. The defender helped the Spireites keep one of only three away clean sheets in the division on Saturday, and also set up Marc Richards, who is named in the forward ranks, for the winner against Oxford United.

At centre-back, Morecambe's Nick Fenton is paired with Southend United's Tamika Mkandawire. Fenton performed well for Morecambe in their 1-1 draw with leaders Gillingham, while Mkandawire impressed for Southend, who also drew 1-1, against Torquay United.

Cheltenham Town enhanced their promotion credentials with a 3-0 victory against Rotherham United and Marlon Pack got himself on the scoresheet to be named in central midfield in the XI.

Bristol Rovers were another team to pick up a home win, 2-1 against Rochdale, and they have two players in the squad. Goalkeeper Steve Mildenhall is between the sticks for his performance in the victory, while young winger Ellis Harrison is included as he was the star of the show for the Pirates, netting their two goals.

Second-placed Port Vale got back to winning ways against York City and centre midfielder Anthony Griffith is alongside Marlon Pack in the team.

Completing the squad is AFC Wimbledon striker Jack Midson, who scored the only goal of the game for the Wombles in their 1-0 away success against Aldershot Town. That result was one of only three away victories in League 2 at the weekend, proving just how significant Midson's goal was.


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