Team of the Week
Michael Ingham - York
Minstermen goalkeeper Ingham made a number of key saves to deny Gillingham the chance to go top of League Two at Priestfield on Saturday. His display helped York to within five minutes of a surprise win, though he could do little to prevent Cody McDonald's late equaliser that earned the Gills a 1-1 draw.
Shaun Beeley - Fleetwood
Fleetwood put in one of the displays of the weekend with a convincing 3-0 home win over Oxford that lifted them up to eighth. Former Oldham youth player Beeley put in a solid display at the back to ensure The Cod Army kept a clean sheet at the back.
Rob Atkinson - Fleetwood
Beeley's team-mate Atkinson also makes it into the side after a dominant display in the heart of Fleetwood's defence. The Cod Army skipper also could have grabbed a goal at the other end of the field but the referee adjudged he had fouled an Oxford player before nodding the ball home.
Ryan Cresswell - Southend
Southend's Ryan Cresswell held the Shrimpers defence together as they notched a late win away at Chesterfield. Paul Sturrock's side spent much of the game on the back foot prior to their late winner, with Cresswell a calming influence at the back.
Damien McCrory - Burton
Burton Albion full-back McCrory played his part in a hard-earned victory at home to Barnet. The Brewers have now won six home games on the spin, but this one was far from comfortable despite Jacques Maghoma's penalty giving them an early lead. They were made to defend for large parts of the game, with McCrory helping them cling on to a vital victory that keeps them in the play-off spots.
Jacques Maghoma - Burton
Maghoma also makes it into the side after he buried the decisive spot-kick to seal Burton's win against Barnet. The former Tottenham youngster now has nine goals from midfield this season, only behind Calvin Zola in the Brewers' goalscoring charts.
York midfielder Patrick's McLaughlin's set piece deliveries were a constant threat as the Minstermen secured a credible draw away at Gillingham. It was one of the 22-year-old's corners that led to York's opening goal while he also looked composed in the heart of the midfield throughout.
Ryan Williams - Morecambe
Veteran Ryan Williams has only been a Morecambe player for three weeks but already he has made a major impact. He netted on his debut against Plymouth on January 12th before coming off the bench home to curl home a late winner against Dag & Red on Saturday.
Cody McDonald - Gillingham
Cody McDonald scored 25 goals in 43 games for Gillingham in a previous loan stint and he wasted no time in making his mark in his second spell. The Coventry loanee came off the bench and grabbed a late equaliser against York and could have nicked a late winner had it not been for a fine stop by York 'keeper Ingham
Ellis Harrison - Bristol Rovers
Bristol Rovers secured one of the surprise results of the weekend as they climbed off the foot of the table with victory a Rotherham. The game will be remembered for a fine first senior goal by youngster Ellis Harrison. The 18-year-old came through the youth ranks at Rovers and had only been on the pitch for two minutes when he picked up the ball in midfield and went on a mazy run, before slotting home past Andy Warrington.
Gavin Tomlin - Southend
Shrimpers forward Gavin Tomlin toiled for 80 minutes against Chesterfield but was alert enough to convert a chance that did come his way late on. The 29-year-old ran onto Michael Timlin's pass in the 83rd minute and slotted home to secure a vital victory for Southend that keeps them in the play-off places.