Well, everyone’s at it, so now we’re joining in.
Criteria are best players of the Six Nations so far, with one wild card allowed.
15. Matt Perry, Glenn Metcalfe
Big gamble but two for the future!
14. Austin Metro, Gareth Thomas
Metcalf is fast and can cover for Full Back and Wing. Austin Metro is fast and can cover for everwhere – little sh@t.
13. Brian O’Driscol, Mark Taylor
Haven’t seen too many outside centres going outside their man this year. Someone English will probably get picked in the final shout next year
12. Mike Catt, John Leslie
Gibbs will replace Catt, but Townsend is such a good inside centre and such a sh@t stand off – didn’t get a chance this year.
11. Ben who? Dafydd James
More big and ugly players needed to mark Ben Tune and Joe Roff!
10. Rubber Johnie, Ginger Monster
Johnie is the man for the tests and Jinx is the man for this kicks. Can’t see anyone getting near them.
9. Matt Paint, Rob Howley
Dawson has been the most commanding figure of the competition. Nichol put in a great performance against the Saes. Irish SH was completely non existant. Howley gets in because there’s no one else. Howley will definitely shine at Leicester away from the Villagers!
8. Larry Dilidalio, Pies Snr
Need two big ball carriers at number 8 – someone teach Pies how to tackle.
7. Neil Back, Martin Leslie
Leslie at open side is cheating, but we’re running out of Scotts! Need a mad Irishman in the back row, but couldn’t see one this season.
6. Richard Hill, Colin Charvis
Charvis awesome tackling must win him a place – Hill has the complete game and is very underated.
5. Malcolm O’Kelly, Simon Shaw
Very impressed by Kelly this season – awesome performance against Wales, similarly Shaw is a complete second row. Jeremy Davidson should be there next year, but didn’t see much of him this year.
4. Scott Murray, Garath Archer
Murray has been class for the past two seasons – Archer’s a cheat and we hate him, but who else is there? Martin Johson will get the selection.
3. Dai Iawn, Paul Wallace
Really struggling at tight head. English and Irish can’t scrummage.
2. Keith Wood, Jon Humphreys
Easiest choice of the lot!
1. Jason Leonard, Tom Smith
Still struggling here – Only Wales seem to have decent props but we can’t pick lardy big mouth!
E- 12 W – 9 S -5 I – 4
Humph as the wild card who hasn’t played in this season’s Five Nations
The options are clear – Metcalfe is a full back, Rhys Williams is too young. Gareth Thomas, despite what we know, only plays international rugby on the wing and that is where he will be selected. Catt and Leslie have had good championships and deserve their places – especially if Woodward is Coach.
Smith and Wallace were the Lions props on the last tour.