League Two Team of Year
Notts County, Rochdale and Rotherham all have three players in the League Two Team of the Year.
Last Updated: 26/04/10 6:41am
League Two Team of the Year
Kasper Schmeichel (Notts County)
The 23-year-old has been in sensational form as he has helped County towards League One football next season. The record signing arrived in the summer of 2009 from Manchester City and has been the bedrock behind their promotion push with a series of stunning performances that have seen him earn praise from all quarters.
John Brayford (Crewe)
Crewe's talented right-back was voted player of the season for the Railwaymen last term and has continued to shine this season. The former Burton Albion player has caught the eye of Championship sides such as Derby but Dario Gradi will hope to keep him at Gresty Road to help launch a promotion push next year.
Craig Dawson (Rochdale)
Dawson's debut season in the Football League has been nothing short of outstanding as he has proved there is a rich vein of talent present in non-league football. The 19-year-old was snapped up by Keith Hill from Radcliffe Borough and has been part of a Dale side that has finally reached League One after two consecutive play-off heartbreaks.
Ian Sharps (Rotherham)
The strapping centre-half was voted player of the year by Rotherham supporters last season and his form has continued this year as the Millers have pushed for promotion. A no-nonsense style has seen him accumulate eight bookings but his experience at the heart of defence will be vital for Rotherham if they make the end of season play-offs.
Tom Kennedy (Rochdale)
Kennedy is the second Rochdale defender to make it into the Player of the Year side and this follows on from last year's accolade. A swashbuckling defender, he has a bright future ahead of him and is following in the footsteps of Uncle Alan who was a left-back of some repute with Liverpool.
Ben Davies (Notts County)
Davies made it into the League Two team of the year last season with Shrewsbury and he has repeated that feat for Notts County, scoring a cracking free-kick in the FA Cup win at Wigan that shot him to national fame. The turbo-charged midfielder will be plying his trade in League One next year after the Magpies' promotion campaign.
Stephen Dawson (Bury)
Stephen 'awesome' Dawson, as he is known by Bury supporters, has once again hit the heights this term. The former Mansfield and Republic of Ireland Under 21 midfielder has chipped in with a few goals for the Shakers from midfield this season, which have proved vital as a goal drought threatened their play-off hopes.
Gary Jones (Rochdale)
Inspirational Gary Jones is a Rochdale legend and his form has been recognised by his peers this season. With over 250 games for the Spotland club he has been a driving force in the engine room and his two-goal haul at Accrington in March was crucial for the 33-year-old who has finally realised his dreams with Rochdale.
Nicky Law (Rotherham)
The stylish midfielder has found a home at Rotherham and blossomed under Ronnie Moore. Son of former Rotherham, Bradford and Chesterfield defender - also Nicky - Law is determined to keep the footballing dynasty thriving, and he continues to aid the Millers' play-off push.
Lee Hughes (Notts County)
Lee Hughes started the season with a hat-trick against Bradford and has continued scoring ever since. His summer arrival from Oldham was shrewd business and with Hughes on course to reach 30 goals in League Two before the end of the campaign, then League One defenders will be preparing for a tough time next term.
Adam Le Fondre (Rotherham)
Le Fondre was hoping his switch to Rotherham from Rochdale would secure League One football next term and whilst that hasn't happened as yet he could have done no more. He had bagged 27 goals by the end of March and 'Alfie' is a crowd favourite at the Don Valley Stadium - and feared by defenders across the division.
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