As we head into the Final of the World Cup, it is worth looking at who are the players that left their mark on the tournament.
We will name our Team of the Tournament, and hand out individual awards next week. But first we want to give the readers chance to tell us who has impressed them most.
Would you go for the player that scored the most points, or the man with the most tries? Or would you go for the most consistent performer, a Jerome Kaino workhorse type player?
Is David Pocock more deserving than Richie McCaw? What about Brad Thorn and David Horwill?
Do you prefer Sonny Bill Williams' smooth off-loading, or Richard Kahui's running lines?
Here is your chance to tell us who you rate as the Player of the Tournament. Will collate the nominations and do an article on it by Friday!
So nominate away...
For your benefit, here are this tournament's leading scorers.
Top points scorers:
62 - Morné Steyn (South Africa - two tries, 14 conversions, seven penalties and one drop-goal)
45 - Kurt Morath (Tonga - six conversion, 11 penalties)
44 - Ronan O'Gara (Ireland - 10 conversions, eight penalties)
44 - James O'Connor (Australia - one try, 12 conversions, five penalties)
41 - Piri Weepu (New Zealand - four conversions, 11 penalties)
39 - Dimitri Yachvili (France - six conversions, nine penalties)
37 - Morgan Parra (France - one try, four conversions, eight penalties)
36 - Colin Slade (New Zealand - one try, 14 conversions, one penalty)
34 - James Arlidge (Japan - two tries, three conversions, six penalties)
Top try scorers:
6 - Vincent Clerc (France), Chris Ashton (England)
5 - Israel Dagg (New Zealand), Keith Earls (Ireland), Adam Ashley-Cooper (Australia)
4 - Mark Cueto (England), Jerome Kaino (New Zealand), Vereniki Goneva (Fiji), Scott Williams (Wales), Zac Guildford (New Zealand), Sonny Bill Williams (New Zealand), Richard Kahui (New Zealand).
Previous World Cup Players of the Tournament:
1987 Michael Jones (New Zealand)
1991 David Campese (Australia
1995 Jonah Lomu (New Zealand)
1999 Tim Horan (Australia)
2003 Jonny Wilkinson ( England)
2007 Bryan Habana ( South Africa)
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