L2 Team of The Week

Team of the Week

Barry Roche - Morecambe

The Shrimps were held to a 1-1 draw at home by in-form Oxford United, but captain Roche was outstanding between the sticks. Despite having 10 shots on target and dominating proceedings, United only found their way past the Irish keeper with two minutes to go, and that came in no small part due to the excellent work of the Morecambe captain.

Jordan Mustoe - Morecambe

On loan from Wigan, the young full-back impressed for Morecambe this weekend at the Globe Arena with another excellent performance. His loan deal expires at the end of the month but the Shrimps will surely be looking to extend it once again if his current form continues.

Michael Hector - Aldershot Town

Aldershot pushed themselves away from the relegation zone with a 4-2 win over Rochdale, with centre-back Hector, on loan from Reading, leaving Shots manager Dean Holdsworth describing his performance as "magnificent".

Kelvin Langmead - Northampton Town

Langmead grabbed a stoppage time equaliser to make the Northampton travelling support's long trip worthwhile. The former Shrewsbury and Peterborough player is forming an ever-improving partnership with veteran Clarke Carlisle at the centre of the Cobblers defence.

Charles Dunne - Wycombe Wanderers

Versatile 19-year-old Dunne partnered Kortney Hause in the centre of Wycombe's defence and was outstanding, particularly for the final 34 minutes with Wanderers clinging onto their lead with 10 men.

Joe Lennox - Plymouth Argyle

21-year-old Lennox snatched an all-important equaliser for the Pilgrims in the derby at St James Park against high-flying Exeter. It was a first goal for Plymouth in for the maturing winger, and he drew praise for his development from manager Carl Fletcher.

Scott Kerr - York City

City's midfield anchorman was excellent on the ball in the 4-1 win over Bristol Rovers, barely misplacing a pass and setting the foundations for a stunning victory at Bootham Crescent.

Matthew Saunders - Dagenham & Redbridge

Saunders scored the winner against bottom-of-the-table Barnet. His powerful performance in midfield helped to secure a dominant victory that was not truly reflected in the score line.

Bruno Andrade - Wycombe Wanderers

The 19-year-old Portuguese winger scored the opener for Wanderers in a 2-0 away win at Accrington Stanley. The QPR loanee, who has been quoted in the past as saying he hopes to follow a similar path to his idol, Cristiano Ronaldo, was excellent down the left for the Buckinghamshire outfit.

Barry Corr - Southend United

Despite only making it onto the pitch with 21 minutes to go, Corr makes our Team of the Week after inspiring Southend to a two-goal comeback against play-off rivals Bradford. Manager Paul Sturrock had nothing but praise for the former-Exeter striker, saying the 2-2 draw "feels like a win".

Ashley Chambers - York City

Chambers grabbed his seventh and eighth goals of the season as York City secured their biggest Football League win since 1995 against Bristol Rovers. His goal-bound cross also found its way into the net via the head of Rovers defender Garry Kenneth to give the Minstermen the lead in an all-round excellent performance.