Russ Wilcox will compete with Keith Hill, Wayne Burnett and Nigel Worthington for the Sky Bet League Two Manager of the Month award for March.
Scunthorpe United boss Wilcox is in the frame after a record-breaking run but faces stiff competition from Rochdale's Hill, Burnett of Dagenham & Redbridge and York City manager Worthington.
Rochdale and York are also represented in the four-man shortlist for Player of the Month by Jamie Allen and Michael Coulson respectively, while Accrington Stanley defender Tom Aldred and Northampton Town midfielder Darren Carter are also in the reckoning.
Sky Sports here considers the managerial nominations.
Wayne Burnett (Dagenham & Redbridge)
Guided the Daggers through the month unbeaten in eight matches, shrugging off injuries to key players by delving shrewdly into the loan market for replacements. His side's 14 points included wins at Newport County and Bristol Rovers.
Keith Hill (Rochdale)
Led Rochdale to the top of Sky Bet League Two in thrilling fashion with three three-goal victories and hard-earned goalless draws at Bury and Fleetwood Town. Easily overcame the loss of leading scorer Scott Hogan to gain 17 points.
Russ Wilcox (Scunthorpe United)
Claimed a place in the record books for making the longest unbeaten league match start to a managerial career - 24 games - in The Football League's history. Three wins and four draws kept Scunthorpe United on course for automatic promotion.
Nigel Worthington (York City)
His patient approach paid off in spectacular style as 19 points from 21 lifted York City into the play-off picture. Worthington has made York hard to break down. In seven games, they conceded just a solitary goal.
Sky Sports also considers what those players in the running for the monthly prize achieved in March.
Tom Aldred (Accrington Stanley)
A commanding and fearless presence at the heart of the Accrington Stanley defence, Aldred put his head in where it hurts to help his side record three clean sheets. Exceptional at Exeter City, he scored his first two career goals during the month.
Jamie Allen (Rochdale)
The mobile Allen gave Rochdale the thrust they needed to move top of Sky Bet League Two. Passing, moving and running with the ball, his two goals included a sumptuously struck dropping volley from the edge of the box in the 2-0 win at Wycombe Wanderers.
Darren Carter (Northampton Town)
Carter's quality has been evident as Northampton Town attempt to clamber out of trouble. He scored three goals, supplementing his link-up play with two coolly-taken penalties and a memorable angled strike against AFC Wimbledon.
Michael Coulson (York City)
Finally free of injuries and thrust into a central role to use his trickery to run at defenders. Coulson's ball-striking has also had a greater impact. Crisp finishes against Exeter City and Portsmouth stood out in his three goals in March.
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