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.
Following training on Wednesday, due to continued discomfort, Jared Payne had further scans which revealed a foot fracture. He will be returning to Ireland for specialist opinion and will take no further part in the tournament.
It was a busy day in Ireland camp with the final training session of the week taking place at Newport High School and Joe Schmidt announcing the team to face France at a press conference. Check out some photos from today's squad session.
Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt reveals the team to play France and talks about the tightest selection calls, while hooker Rory Best says his Ulster colleague Iain Henderson will be ready to make a big impact off the bench.
Five Irish sporting legends - Sonia O'Sullivan, Tony McCoy, Barry McGuigan, Henry Shefflin and Niall Quinn - visited Ireland camp on Wednesday evening for a memorable get-together with the squad. Ireland team manager Michael Kearney fills us in.
Speaking ahead of Ireland's crunch clash with France, scrum half Eoin Reddan said: "Everyone trained very hard today. Obviously we've a huge game at the weekend. We're all in no doubt about how much it means to people back home, and how much it means to us here."
Ireland prop Mike Ross talks about the preparations for Sunday's showdown with France. He also noted there is very little between the two teams at present, mentioning Ireland's 2014 and 2015 wins but also the fact that France have 'a much better World Cup record than we do.'
Looking forward to Ireland's Pool D decider with France next Sunday, hooker Sean Cronin said: "There's a great buzz around the squad. These big games are what you look forward to when it comes to World Cup time."
The gym isn't just about lifting weights, and different players require different loads depending on the training programmes. Strength and conditioning coach John Kiely and Iain Henderson talk us through today's session at Celtic Manor.
Iain Henderson feels this is 'more than likely the best Ireland team ever to compete in a World Cup'. "If we get all our stuff right, our set piece, and get some good counter attack, I don't see any reason why we can't turn the French over," he said, speaking ahead of Sunday's Pool D decider.
Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt announces the team to play Italy in the Rugby World Cup on Sunday and gives an update on the fitness of Jared Payne and Rob Kearney. Jonathan Sexton also talks about playing with a new centre pairing.
Ireland team manager Michael Kearney says Robbie Henshaw has trained fully this week and is available for selection for the Italy game. Meanwhile, the injuries sustained by Rob Kearney (glute strain) and Jared Payne (bruised foot) are being monitored.
Plyometrics, movement speed work, jump work and some heavy loaded lifting - all in a day's work for the Ireland squad as they hit the gym at Surrey Sports Park today. Strength and conditioning coach Jason Cowman and Ireland centre Darren Cave talk us through the session.