The Guinness Premiership season has all but finished, and with only the title deciding playoff games to go it's time to see which players have made the biggest impact.
Leicester host Bath and Saracens travel to Northampton in the semi-finals after a thrilling final round.
And it's no coincidence that these teams feature some of the most outstanding players to grace the league this campaign.
But who is your player of the season?
Here is the cream of the crop. Well, in my opinion anyway...
Schalk Brits (Saracens)
Brendan Venter, Saracens coach, said: "Brits is a special player, who does things that can't be coached. He's so talented with the ball in hand - but then you look at his stats and see how many tackles he makes. He has to go to the World Cup."
Olly Barkley (Bath)
Steve Meehan, Bath coach, said: "He would be a certainty for the tour if I was on England's selection committee. I think the 12 months he had away from here has done him a hell of a lot of good. He feels that he has nothing to prove to anybody, and his rugby is showing that."
Phil Dowson (Northampton)
The ever modest Dowson said: "It's probably not suitable to target the England tour but rather make sure that I'm playing well and I'm sorting out the roles that I'm doing with the coaches,"
"If [Saxons coach] Stuart Lancaster or [England forwards coach] John Wells gave me a call I'd be keen as mustard to go along. At the moment I'm concentrating on getting the best out of myself for the Saints."
And that is why everyone at Franklins Gardens loves him.
Chris Ashton (Northampton)
Jim Mallinder, Northampton Saints coach said: "His try-scoring has been remarkable, but it’s his general play and understanding of where to turn up that has really improved.
“He understands the game and where the weak points of defences are. He is a natural try-scorer”
Soane Tonga'uiha (Northampton)
But what do the fans say about the man?
"He has just been unstoppable"
"Who can forget the break through & dash in the LV= final?"
"Has been outstanding this season, especially in the LV= Cup Final."
"An amazing player, a truly nice guy and a fans favourite."
"Man mountain demolishes almost everything in his path."
"His displays in the semi final and final were awesome."
"Fabulous performance after fabulous performance."
Hendre Fourie (Leeds Carnegie)
Neil Back, Leeds head coach, said: "I believe Hendre will go with the full England squad to Australia,"
"He is now maximising his potential and on the back of that he is now, for me, the outstanding number seven in the Premiership.
"Because of that he has now played for the Saxons and been involved in full England training. I believe he will now go on the summer tour and go on from there with England."
So who is your Guinness Premiership player of the season?
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