Hyundai A-League Team of the Week | round 10

The team of the week doesn't pick itself - so the Scout does it for you. And there were some good 'uns this weekend.

The team of the week doesn't pick itself - so the Scout does it for you. And there were some good 'uns this weekend.

GK: Vedran Janjetovic - The Sydney keeper is taking his chance under new boss Frank Farina and put in another confident performance against Wellington at the Cake Tin. Sydney-s defence has been holier than the Pope of late, so it-s good to see Farina-s first call has been to shore things up at the back.

LB: Josh Rose - The Mariners defence are as reliable as the tides but that doesn-t mean we shouldn-t overlook them just for being good all the time. Rose had no trouble dealing with the athletic Jets wingers in the F3 derby and his cool cross gave Danny McBreen his opener.

DF: Ban van den Brink - Despite Perth putting in another unconvincing performance, the big Dutchman has being doing his best without usual colleague Michael Thwaite, and he was a rock against Melbourne Heart. Perhaps a bit too rock-like when Golgol Mebrahtu sprinted clear but still...

DF: Michael Beauchamp - Alright, hands up - who thought the Wanderers would do so well in their debut season? Anyone...? Tony Popovic-s experience as a centreback made sure his team were solid where it matters most to keep their season respectable, and Beauchamp has been at the Heart of that. And he didn-t give the Roar a sniff.

RB: Pedj Bojic - See Josh Rose.

RM: Ryan Grant - Not essentially a winger but deployed on the right of a midfield trio by Frank Farina, Grant was full of hustle and bustle as the Sky Blues claimed a deserved three points in Wellington. And admit it - that was a well-taken goal. Didn-t know he had it in him.

MF: Patrick Gerhardt - The Liberian is all class in the middle of the park for Heart and is growing in importance as the season goes on. He was Mr Everywhere against Perth.

LM: Fabio Ferreira - Bargain of the season for Kossie? Another excellent attacking performance from Ferriera, topped off by a brilliant goal. Somehow, Adelaide suddenly have a wealth of exciting, creative attacking options - the bets midfield in the competition?

MF: Marcelo Carrusca - See Fabio Ferreira.

AM: Marco Rojas - We thought Flores was supposed to be Victory-s false nine? The diminutive Kiwi continues to thrill and despite an ordinary performance from his team, he stood out again with a sublimely taken solo goal.

S: Danny McBreen - Maybe it-s the consistency of his team, maybe it-s confidence, or maybe Mrs McBreen has been feeding her husband some of those little blue pills, because the veteran Mariners striker certainly has an extra spring in his step this season. Two excellent goals put him deservedly top of the goalscoring stats.