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Ireland dominates with four selections, while France only gets two in the World XV

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Ireland topped the Rugby World Championship Men’s Dream Team, with four appearances in the fifteenth tournament, the most of any other country.

Historic series win on New Zealand soil The All Blacks Ireland have been honored at the World Rugby Awards with two Player of the Year nominations and four caps now.

Fly-half Johnny Sexon-Only Ireland returned to the number one fifteen, while three forwards were selected in the team, Tadhg Byrne, Tadhg Furlong and open side Josh Van der Vlaer.

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Both Sexton and van der Flier were nominated for the Men’s Player of the Year award, the first time the Irish edition had received the honour.

France, who completed their Grand Slam last March, have won 10 out of 10 in the calendar year by beating Japan, in just two matches in half. Antoine Dupont and No. 8 Gregory Aldred.

The All Blacks, who won the rugby championship this year, have made two selections in Sam Whitelock and Will Jordan.

However, TR registered Aldrid was a notable unselected selection on the All Blacks No. 8.

South Africa had three selections in XV Malcom Marx to play hooker in both positions Damien d’Allende and Lugano Yes selected in midfield.

England contested two Tests with Ellis Kinge and full-back Freddie Stewart making the starting fifteen.

Argentina had the choice of Pablo Matera as Australia left winger Marika Coroibet.

Wales, Scotland and Italy are the only countries not capped.

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