Now that the dust has settled in the Heineken Cup, it's time to dish out the kudos for outstanding showings in Round Four of the Heineken Cup.
So without further ado, here comes our offering - be sure to send in your own 15-1 team line-ups.
15 Simon Zebo (Munster) - His early switch to full-back when Felix Jones departed the action injured means Zebo gets the nod at 15. He was assured with and without the ball and showed he looks set for many more caps in the Irish jersey.
14 Timoci Nagusa (Montpellier) - After being on the bench in Round 3, the former Ulster wing certainly made a point from the off this week as he carried for 125 metres against Cardiff Blues.
13 Andrew Bishop (Ospreys) - One of the most underrated players in Europe was his usual unflappable self for the Ospreys. His combination with Ashley Beck worked well against Gael Fickou and Yann David and he fully deserved the victory.
12 Wesley Fofana (Clermont) - We were very impressed by Brad Barritt, who carried his form from Twickenham to Watford, but it was Fofana's line-breaking in Dublin that caught our eye as the try-scorer was elecrtic alongside Aurélien Rougerie. A message to Philippe Saint-Andre ahead of the Six Nations Championship?
11 Eli Walker (Ospreys) - A moment of magic from Walker put the Welsh region in the driving seat against Toulouse as they stunned their visitors. His general game elsewhere was top notch so we went for him over Toulon wing David Smith, who also had a field day.
10 Frederic Michalak (Toulon) - 20 points in a classy showing as the French giants dominated Sale in a one-sided game. Michalak was given the fly-half jersey ahead of a benched Jonny Wilkinson and more than stepped up to the plate in a classy performance.
9 Morgan Parra (Clermont) - The fiercest battle this week came at scrum-half where Nico Matawalu, Dimitri Yachvili, Richard Wigglesworth, Sebastien Tillous-Borde and Kahn Fotuali'i all pressed their case. But in the end Parra got the nod for a top clash effort.
8 Johnnie Beattie (Montpellier) - Joe Van Niekerk grabbed a brace in Toulon's rout of Sale, but Beattie gets the nod for his impressive 111 metres made against the Cardiff Blues, with a try to his name as well.
7 James Scaysbrook (Exeter Chiefs) - Man of the Match in Exeter's first ever Heineken Cup win at Sandy Park, Scaysbrook was his typically aggressive self, racking up tackles and scoring one his side's three tries.
6 George Kruis (Saracens) - The young Saracen was another Man of the Match winner, this time in his side's gritty victory in Watford over Munster. Highly rated within the Saracens set-up, the 22-year old was excellent at the lineout. Credit to the Ospreys' Ryan Jones.
5 George Robson (Harlequins) - The Premiership champions lineout guru was at it again against a hapless Zebre, orchestrating the home pack to a seven-try victory.
4 Nathan Hines (Clermont) - Another strong showing from the veteran that keeps his name firmly in the Lions spotlight. Abrasive and physical, Hines caused his former side Leinster plenty of problems.
3 Matt Stevens (Saracens) - Nine tackles for the former England prop typified Saracens defensive effort against Munster on Sunday, securing his spot at tighthead.
2 Dimitri Szarzewski (Racing Métro) - Beating out fellow countryman Benjamin Kayser for the hooker shirt, Szarzewski has in fine form at Murrayfield against Edinburgh in a dour game, with 65 metres made and 12 tackles to his name. Credit also to Cardiff hooker Rhys Williams for an impressive 18 tackles against Montpellier.
1 Ryan Bevington (Ospreys) - Part of an exceptional performance from the Ospreys pack against four-time champions Toulouse, Bevington was industrious in the loose and gave the French opposition trouble at the scrum.