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.

It proved to be a productive weekend for Port Vale's Tom Pope as he fired four goals in two games for the promotion chasing Valiants, and it's no shock to see him up top in the npower League 2 Team of the Week.

On Friday, the striker netted a hat-trick for Vale in their 3-2 home triumph against Cheltenham Town, and on Monday he scored a last-gasp equaliser against Chesterfield.

Prior to the weekend, Pope hadn't found the net since January but by scoring four over Easter he became the first Port Vale player since 1987 to bag 30 goals in a season in all competitions.

Alongside Pope in the forward ranks is his former team-mate, and now Chesterfield striker, Marc Richards.

The 30-year-old scored the Spireites' two goals in their 2-2 draw with Vale on Monday, 48 hours after playing well in a 1-0 victory against high-flying Burton Albion.

Like Chesterfield, Bradford City recorded four points from their two Easter fixtures, and they have three players in the team, in the shape of midfield duo Zavon Hines and Gary Jones, and defender Rory McArdle.

Hines found the net in the Bantams' thrilling 2-2 draw with Southend United, while McArdle scored the first of Bradford's three in their 3-1 away victory at Torquay United on Monday.

Bristol Rovers' Danny Woodards is the man to partner Gary Jones in the middle. The 29-year-old was pivotal for the Pirates on Monday when they overcame Dagenham and Redbridge 4-2, and he topped his performance off with a goal in the 20th minute.

Oxford United's Alfie Potter completes the midfield four, after he fired home for the U's in a 1-1 draw with Morecambe on Friday.

The full-back positions are occupied by Wycombe Wanderers' Charles Dunne and York City's Lanre Oyebanjo.

Dunne was one of the stand-out performers for the Chairboys over the Easter weekend, while Oyebanjo was key for the relegation threatened Minstermen as they recorded a much-needed four points from their two matches.

At centre-back, meanwhile, is Rotherham United's experienced defender Claude Davis. The former Crystal Palace man played particularly well for the Millers in their 1-0 home success against AFC Wimbledon.

Completing the XI, in goal, is Southend United stopper Paul Smith. The goalkeeper may have conceded three in two matches, but it would have been a lot more if he hadn't pulled off a string of fine stops, including a stunning penalty save, against Fleetwood Town on Monday.

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