We pick out 11 top performers and a manager from the weekend's Sky Bet Football League matchesGoalkeeper: Trevor Carson (Cheltenham Town)
Carson was on top form against his former club Bury, denying Pablo Mills and Danny Mayor to help earn the Robins a 1-0 victory.
Defender: Josh Coulson (Cambridge United)
A perfect script was written on Saturday with Cambridge winning on their return to The Football League and their longest-serving player, Coulson, scoring the only goal of the game against Plymouth Argyle.
Defender: Reda Johnson (Coventry City)
Debutant Johnson may have given away a penalty on Saturday against Bradford City but the defender scored twice for the Sky Blues to earn his place in the Team of the Week.
Defender: Mark Little (Bristol City)
Former Peterborough United man Little had an impressive debut for Bristol City and set-up Aaron Wilbraham for his goal with a buccaneering run down the right.
Defender: Mark Beevers (Millwall)
Beevers, 24, was solid in the Millwall back line that kept a clean sheet against Leeds United. The former Sheffield Wednesday man also got the opening goal, converting Lee Martin's cross.
Midfielder: Giles Coke (Sheffield Wednesday)
The Owls produced one of the results of the day in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday, winning 1-0 at Brighton and Hove Albion, and midfielder Coke netted the only goal of the game with a fantastic long-range effort.
Midfielder: Jed Wallace (Portsmouth)
Portsmouth had to be patient for their equaliser at Exeter City but Wallace was the man on target, capping off an excellent display.
Midfielder: Yaser Kasim (Swindon Town)
Swindon were comfortable 3-1 winners against Scunthorpe United on Saturday and Kasim was a stand-out performer in central midfield.
Striker: James Hanson (Bradford City)
Forward Hanson proved his worth for the Bantams by heading in two goals against Coventry, including a last-minute winner, to help them to a 3-2 success.
Striker: Callum Wilson (Bournemouth)
It was a debut to remember for striker Callum Wilson after he scored twice against Huddersfield Town in a 4-0 victory. The 22-year-old missed a penalty but that didn't take the shine off his outstanding display.
Striker: James Collins (Shrewsbury Town)
Front man Collins has returned to the Shrews for a second spell and he started impressively, netting twice at AFC Wimbledon to earn them a 2-2 draw.
Manager: Paul Cook (Chesterfield)
Sky Bet League 1's result of the day on Saturday saw one of the division's new boys Chesterfield beat last season's beaten Play-Off Finalists Leyton Orient in their own backyard, so the manager in this week's Team of the Week is Spireites boss Paul Cook.