DRFC Rovers duo in Team of the Weeek
Doncaster Rovers duo James Husband and David Cotterill have been included in the League One Team of the week.
The pair have been chosen for their performances in the 1-0 weekend win over Shrewsbury Town at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Youngster Husband came into the side with Rob Jones suspended and Jamie McCombe injured and he helped Rovers keep their first clean sheet at home since their opening home league fixture of the season.
Cotterill was fouled for the penalty that earned Rovers the three points with Billy Paynter scoring from the penalty spot.
The Team of the Week is chosen by the Press Association for the top eleven performing players for their positions from the weekend`s games.
Joe Murphy - Coventry City
Tony McMahon - Sheffield United
Adam Flint - Swindon Town
Cliff Byrne - Oldham Athletic
James Husband - Doncaster Rovers
David Cotterill - Doncaster Rovers
Kevin McDonald - Sheffield United
Greg Tansey - Stevenage
Sam Foley - Yeovil Town
Paddy Madden - Yeovil Town
Clayton Donaldson - Brentford
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