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.
IRFU Chief Executive Philip Browne and Ireland Women's out-half and IRFU Women's & Girls Rugby Development Executive Nora Stapleton talk about the Irish bid to host the next Women's Rugby World Cup in 2017.
Looking forward to facing England on Sunday, Ireland winger Tommy Bowe said: "We've trained very well this week, we're really excited about the game. It's about going out there and doing whatever we can to get ourselves that win."
Second row Devin Toner previews Ireland's crunch RBS 6 Nations clash with England, saying: "It's a pretty formidable English pack. Attwood and Kruis have played fantastically well. They're well drilled and focused and their scrum and lineout are very good."
Looking forward to facing England this weekend, Ireland back rower Sean O'Brien said: "It's obviously exciting, but it's one game at a time. I don't think there's any more pressure on us than in the first two games. That's the way you have to look at it."
Irish Rugby TV sat down with Ireland Under-20 scrum coach John Fogarty to talk about the U-20 Six Nations so far and Friday's clash with England at Donnybrook. Tickets are on sale on www.ticketmaster.ie.
Ireland Under-20 captain Nick McCarthy and fellow back Billy Dardis spoke to Irish Rugby TV about Friday's U-20 Six Nations showdown with England at Donnybrook. Tickets available on www.ticketmaster.ie.
Shane Byrne and Malcolm O'Kelly preview the Ireland v England Legends match which takes place at Donnybrook this coming Saturday (kick-off 7.30pm). Tickets are available from www.ticketmaster.ie. All proceeds from the game will go to support the IRFU Charitable Trust and the RFU All Schools Charity.
Watch highlights from the Ireland team announcement press conference as Joe Schmidt reveals the team to play France. Peter O'Mahony says it is good to 'have some big figures back' for Saturday's clash.