Two Irish players have been nominated for the 2017 RBS Six Nations Player of the Championship.
Ireland ended a mixed campaign in style, beating Champions England on Saturday at the Aviva Stadium.
The win confirmed Ireland’s second place finish, ending 5 points behind winners England.
Several players impressed for Ireland during the campaign, with Conor Murray and CJ Stander standing out.
And the pair are the two Irishmen on the 12-man shortlist for Player of the Tournament.
England have three nominations, France, Scotland and Wales have two, with Italy having one.
The full shortlist is as follows:
Louis Picamoles (France)
CJ Stander (Ireland)
Finn Russell (Scotland)
Camille Lopez (France)
Maro Itoje (England)
Owen Farrell (England)
Joe Launchbury (England)
Stuart Hogg (Scotland)
Conor Murray (Ireland)
Sergio Parisse (Italy)
Rhys Webb (Wales)
Ken Owens (Wales)
You can vote for your Player of the tournament here.
Voting closes at noon tomorrow.