Nearing the end of an historic Women's Rugby World Cup, you - the fans - are now being challenged to select a #WRWC2014 Dream Team.
In a year where the calibre of athlete competing in Women's rugby has again reached new heights, four women have stood out among their peers in Paris, and gain automatic selection.
Voted on by the management teams of the 12 nations competing, the nominees for the prestigious IRB Women's Player of the Year award are Ireland full-back Niamh Briggs, France number 8 Safi N'Diaye and Canadian duo, captain Kelly Russell and winger Magali Harvey.
With Russell and N'Diaye both wearing the number 8 shirt for their respective teams, the tournament organisers have given the French woman the number 6 jersey, but now it is up to you the fans to decide who has commanded your attention and respect throughout the best ever Women's Rugby World Cup with their displays of strength, skill, power and pace.
Using the hashtag #WRWCTeam, fans can nominate players from any of the 12 teams in Paris via the tournament's social media channels.
So who makes your 15? Tell us on Facebook and Twitter by using hashtag #WRWCTeam and help decide.
Showcased on Ireland's tour to South Africa and officially launched today by Robbie Henshaw, the new Irish Rugby jersey is the most innovative and technically advanced rugby jersey ever worn by an Irish rugby team.
The IRFU are inviting applications for the position of Head of Coach Development. Reporting to the Director of Rugby Development, this is a new role within the IRFU's Rugby Department, working to implement the Union's national strategy for development.
Tournament Director Garrett Tubridy sets the scene for an exciting weekend of rugby at UCD where 16 Women's Sevens teams will battle it out at for one qualifying spot for the Rio Olympics. Tickets are available from www.ticketmaster.ie/sevens.
Tadhg Furlong reflects on a disappointing day for Ireland against South Africa. However, he will take positives from his first Test start and be ready to build for the final match of the series in Port Elizabeth.
Paddy Jackson is preparing for Ireland's second Test against South Africa on Saturday (kick-off 5pm local time/4pm Irish time). The Ulster out-half has been checking out Ellis Park in advance of the match.
Nicole Cronin, the inaugural Irish Women's Sevens Player of the Year in 2014, is looking to make an impact on her return to the green jersey at this weekend's Rugby Europe Women's Sevens Grand Prix Series in Kazan, Russia.
The Ireland Women's 15-a-side captain Niamh Briggs was part of the Irish Development team that won the Amsterdam 7s title recently. Next up is the Rugby Europe Grand Prix Series in Kazan, Russia this weekend and then a shot at Olympic Sevens qualification at UCD on June 25-26.
Experienced prop Andrew Porter speaks about the Ireland Under-20s' preparations for the World Rugby U-20 Championship and their opening pool encounter with Wales in Manchester later today (kick-off 5.30pm, live on TG4/Sky Sports 1).