Team of the Week - Huddersfield Town players make welcome return, Sheffield Wednesday, Barnsley and Doncaster Rovers also prominent

TIME FOR our final Yorkshire Post team of the week of the 2018-19 campaign, with a touch of late cheer for Huddersfield Town, with two representatives in our line-up.

Who makes our Team of the Week selection

Play-off bound Doncaster Rovers lead the way with three players in our latest XI. In a 3-4-2-1 formation, here it is - with our YP team of the season to be unveiled next week.

Showed what the Owls would miss if he elects to depart Hillsborough. Typically assured performance, crowned by his penalty save to deny QPR's Ebere Eze.

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Michael Hector (Sheffield Wednesday) Assumed penalty duties late on for a rare goal, the latest contribution in a noteworthy season which saw him named as the Owls' player of the season. Solid at the back, as ever.
Andy Butler (Doncaster Rovers) Produced a strong performance full of nous and leadership to help repel Coventry when it mattered on a huge day for Doncaster Rovers.
Ethan Pinnock (Barnsley). Did his best to hold the defence together after team-mate Liam Lindsay's red. Another player in our line-up who has had an outstanding campaign.
Matty Blair (Doncaster Rovers). A typically passionate and workaholic shift against the side who his father played for in his playing days.
Juninho Bacuna (Huddersfield Town). A combative and impressive performance in the engine room against his feted Manchester United counterparts.
Lewis O'Brien (Bradford City). Rounded off his accomplished season-long loan with a typically high-energy and strong performance against AFC Wimbledon. He will be missed at Valley Parade - one of the few to emerge with credit in a torrid season.
Jackson Irvine (Hull City). Scored a neat goal to round off the season nicely with a well-executed left-foot volley against Bristol City.
Alex Pritchard (Huddersfield Town). Switched to a left-sided role and stepped up to the plate with a very tidy display.
Lewis Wing (Middlesbrough). A big success story on Teesside this term and showed his craft and cunning at Rotherham.
John Marquis (Doncaster Rovers). Assumed responsibility with an assertive performance when Rovers needed him against the Sky Blues. Netted the killer second goal to rubber-stamp play-off participation.
Grant McCann (Doncaster Rovers). Secured play-off football for his side in his first full season in charge.
And our selection is...