Team of the Week - Doncaster Rovers, Leeds United, Sheffield United and Barnsley dominate latest Yorkshire line-up

DONCASTER ROVERS lead the way with three representatives in this week's Yorkshire Post Team of the Week - with Leeds United, Sheffield United and Barnsley posting two entries apiece.

THE CHOSEN ONES: John Egan, Mateusz Klich and Ben Whiteman.

Here is our latest line-up - scroll through the gallery to see whether you agree with our chosen ones ...

Made a couple of key second-half saves with Saturday's FA Cup tie on a knife-edge, with the custodian helping Rovers achieve a piece of history.

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Produced an excellent display full of desire and proficiency to underline why he is so highly regarded by coaches at Oakwell.
Stood tall in a key game in the Blades' season at Norwich and was an imposing presence at Carrow Road.
Brought into provide defensive cover, the Blackburn Rovers loanee enjoyed a very impressive debut in the Cup cauldron against Oldham, which could not have gone much better. Cool and steady.
Produced a performance of nous to neuter Leeds' bright young thing in Jack Clarke and epitomised the Millers' in-your-face efforts. Unlucky to be on the losing side.
Another energetic and vibrant display, laced with glimpses on his talent. Key contribution in the Reds' second goal against Rochdale.
Produced some flashes of quality at Burton and his silky contributions are likely to be important between now and the end of the season for the Bantams.
Took the glory with two key goals for Rovers to leave the midfielder dreaming of the club landing a round-five tie at Manchester United.
Goalscoring midfielders with an uncanny knack of being in the right place at the right time are precious commodities. Klich did just that to rescue Leeds at Rotherham.
On a day when Leeds were not at their best, Harrison's drive was impressive and he was influential on the day. Played a key role in the visitors' late winner.
The goal poacher is getting better with age. Produced a cool penalty finish and showed his predatory nous to hit the Blades' second at Carrow Road.
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.Graphic: Graeme Bandeira.