Which players make up Yorkshire's team of the week?

A Leeds United defender, plus strikers from Sheffield United, Hull City and Barnsley - but no place for Patrick Bamford in our Team of the Week

EIGHT clubs are represented in our latest Yorkshire Post Team of the Week, with an embarrassment of riches and some tough decisions up front in a 4-2-4 formation.

Freddie Ladapo, Patrick Bamford, Britt Assombalonga and Patrick Bamford miss out, such was the level of competition this week.

Seny Dieng (Doncaster Rovers)'Made a couple of smart saves and was solid throughout at League One leaders Wycombe and had little chance with the hosts' dramatic stoppage-time penalty.

1. GOALKEEPER

Seny Dieng (Doncaster Rovers)'Made a couple of smart saves and was solid throughout at League One leaders Wycombe and had little chance with the hosts' dramatic stoppage-time penalty.
Marie Caley
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Jonny Howson (Middlesbrough).'Boro's Mr Versatile showed discipline in an unfamiliar right-sided central defensive role and underlined his status as a top professional against Hull.

2. DEFENDER

Jonny Howson (Middlesbrough).'Boro's Mr Versatile showed discipline in an unfamiliar right-sided central defensive role and underlined his status as a top professional against Hull.
Tony Johnson
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Joe Wright (Doncaster Rovers).'Making up for lost time after some injury ills and was commanding at Adams Park.

3. DEFENDER

Joe Wright (Doncaster Rovers).'Making up for lost time after some injury ills and was commanding at Adams Park.
Marie Caley
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Ben White (Leeds United).'Seems to have a season-ticket in our side. Immaculate, as ever, at Kenilworth Road.

4. DEFENDER

Ben White (Leeds United).'Seems to have a season-ticket in our side. Immaculate, as ever, at Kenilworth Road.
Bruce Rollinson
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