Two current players make Welsh media outlet's all-time Ireland XV
Wales Online has picked it's all-time Irish XV and to be fair, they have selected an unbelievable set of backs and forwards.
The team spans from the Grand Slam winning side of 1946 right up to the present day side seeking to emulate the amazing feat of Jack Kyle and co.
Here is the side:
15. Tom Kiernan (1960-73)
Skippered the Lions Tour of South Africa in 1968 and coached Munster to their famous win over the All Blacks in 1978.
14. Tommy Bowe (2004-present)
Trails only Brian O'Driscoll in Ireland's tryscoring list and will be forever remembered for his try in Cardiff as Ireland secured the Grand Slam in 2009.
13. Brian O’Driscoll (1999-2014)
Quite simply the greatest outside centre of his generation... and maybe of any.
12. Mike Gibson (1964-79)
Made 12 appearances for the British and Irish Lions and is renowned as one of the most evasive runners the game has ever seen.
11. Tony O’Reilly (1955-70)
A Rolls Royce of a player who enjoyed a playing career spanning 15 years with Ireland.
10. Jack Kyle (1946-58)
One of the greatest outhalves the world has ever seen. His class on and off the field was remembered last year when he sadly passed away.
9. Roger Young (1965-71)
As tough as nails, Young always played with distinction for both Ireland and the Lions.
1. Ray McLoughlin (1962-75)
Hailed by former Wales flanker John Taylor as ‘one of the best technicians the game has ever known’.
(Ray McLoughlin, far left)
2. Keith Wood (1994-2003)
Still holds the record for the most try scored by an international hooker and is one of the best number 2's of all time.
3. Syd Millar (1958-70)
The former chairman of the IRB was a fine player but will forever be known coaching the 'Invincibles' in 1974 and managing the Lions in 1980.
4. Willie John McBride (1962-75)
One of the true greats of the game, Willie John McBride's name will be known for as long as rugby exists.
5. Paul O’Connell (2002-present)
The Limerick colossus continues to push boundaries and his insistence on perfection inspires those around him.
6. John O’Driscoll (1978-86)
One of the most courageous players to pull on a green jersey and a key part of Ireland's Triple Crown success in 1982.
7. Fergus Slattery (1970-84)
Blessed with speed and poise. “He was a ‘put another battery in type of player - non stop’,” said the great Gareth Edwards.
8. Willie Duggan (1975-84)
He was famously smoking a cigarette while running onto the pitch to face France. One of the great character of the game.