World XV: Part Two

We at Rugby360 are passionate about rugby. Here is our Dream Team. Think you could do better, let us know in the comments.

9 Conor Murray (Ireland)

Slick distribution, the best box kicking game of any scrum-half in the world right now or of the last ten years. A key component of a successful Ireland side and undoubtedly talented really makes Ireland tick.

10 Beauden Barrett (New Zealand)

The Hurricanes fly-half is extremely fast and he is most definitely the best attacking ten in the world. He’s maturing into a wonderful leader too, this man leads the All Blacks both on and off the pitch.

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11 Rieko Ioane (New Zealand)

My oh my is this man special. Burst onto the scene against the Lions and has gone from strength to strength. Ioane is the most prolific finisher in the world. Impossible to leave out Ioane.

12 Owen Farrell (England)

Farrell, best player in the world, for Rugby360 there is no debate. Farrell may not be the most naturally gifted attacker in the world but he has worked so hard on that part of his game and added it to his already useful arsenal of great defence and almost perfect kicking.

13 Jonathan Davies (Wales)

A pivotal man for Scarlets, Wales and the Lions. Davies is versatile he’s more than happy to play ‘Warrenball’ and crash it up or use his pace to burn a defender. The complete 13.

14 Jacob Stockdale (Ireland)

Switched from the other wing to accommodate Ioane. Stockdale is becoming a great winger, his hit rate for Ireland is quite astonishing, he blitzed the Six Nations and watch him tear it up this autumn.

15 Stuart Hogg (Scotland)

A very close call between this man and Ben Smith but Hogg nicks it for his overall influence on Scotland. They’re not the same without him, he counter attacks like nobody else currently playing and his kicking game make him a real asset.

There you have it our backline. You can check out our forwards here. Next up our coaching team! Stay tuned!