There may have been a reduced schedule due to the international break, but there was no reduction in the quality on show in the Football League this weekend.Plenty of games remained in Sky Bet Leagues 1 and 2 and, with assistance from fans on social media, we've pulled together 11 players and a manager to make up our latest Team of the Week.
Goalkeeper: Jak Alnwick (Port Vale)
There was no clean sheet for Alnwick this weekend, but the goalkeeper was in fine form as Port Vale came away from Barnsley with all three points.
Defender: Aaron Taylor-Sinclair (Doncaster Rovers)
Taylor-Sinclair was among the goals as Doncaster recorded a third consecutive 2-0 win, a victory which sees them up to 16th in Sky Bet League 1.
Alongside scoring the second goal, the 24-year-old defended stoutly as Rovers recorded their second away win of the season, and just their second ever victory at Bloomfield Road.
Defender: Rod McDonald (Northampton Town)
Despite a fine run of recent results, Northampton have failed to keep a clean sheet in 11 outings in all competitions.
However, they finally managed a shut-out in a hard-fought 1-0 win over Mansfield Town on Saturday, and McDonald was a rock at the back as the Cobblers climbed into Sky Bet League 2's top three.
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Defender: John Egan (Gillingham)
Gillingham returned to the top of Sky Bet League 1, with Egan scoring what proved to be the crucial goal in a 3-1 win over Bury.
Aside from finding the net, the centre back was solid throughout as the Gills recovered from an early setback to take maximum points.
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Defender: Barry Fuller (AFC Wimbledon)
Fuller picked up the Man of the Match award as Wimbledon produced an impressive defensive display against Portsmouth on Sunday afternoon.
Midfielder: Michael Jacobs (Wigan Athletic)
Wigan kicked off the weekend's Football League action with a Saturday lunchtime success over nearby rivals Rochdale.
Midfielder: Jake Gray (Hartlepool United)
Hartlepool fought back from a goal down to beat Leyton Orient on Sunday lunchtime, with Gray making a name for himself in front of the Sky Sports cameras.
The Crystal Palace loanee's low drive gave Pools the lead, and he rounded off the 3-1 win with a fantastic second.
What an afternoon, words can't describe the feeling! Thanks everyone for the messages I appreciate them all!— Jake Gray (@JakeyGray95) November 15, 2015
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Midfielder: Ben Gladwin (Swindon Town)
Swindon Town ended a 10-game winless streak in style, defeating in-form Scunthorpe United, with Gladwin proving to be a thorn in the Iron's side.
The midfielder, who returned to the County Ground on loan last month, was the driving force for the Robins, and laid on the winner which took Swindon out of the Sky Bet League 1 relegation zone.
Midfielder: Graham Carey (Plymouth Argyle)
Carey produced another influential performance as Plymouth maintained their lead at the top of Sky Bet League 2.
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Jake Jervis profited from Carey's delivery to open the scoring, and the provider then turned scorer, Carey netting the goal that proved to be the matchwinner in the 2-1 triumph at York City.
Midfielder: Jacob Murphy (Coventry City)
Coventry moved into the top two of Sky Bet League 1 with a 3-1 win at Colchester United, and Murphy starred once more.
Forward: Matty Taylor (Bristol Rovers)
A second-half double from Taylor gave Bristol Rovers a 2-0 win over Carlisle United, a result which saw them leapfrog their opponents and move up to eighth in Sky Bet League 2.
Manager: Martin Ling (Swindon Town)
Martin Ling made his County Ground bow as a manager, and helped guide his new team to a first win in 10 games with the 2-1 success over Scunthorpe.
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