The most influential Rugby World Cup team from 1987-2003 was chosen yesterday. The panel consisted of John Eales (Australia), Martin Johnson (England), Zinzan Brooke (New Zealand), Philippe Sella (France), Joel Stransky (South Africa) and World Cup sponsor Visa. The team pick consisted of: Os du Randt (South Africa) Sean Fitzpatrick (New Zealand) Phil Vickery (England) Martin Johnson (England) John Eales (Australia) Richard Hill (England) Michael Jones (New Zealand) Zinzan Brooke (New Zealand) Joost van der Westhuizen (South Africa) Johnny Wilkinson (England) David Campese (Australia) Tim Horan (Australia) Philippe Sella (France) Jonah Lomu (New Zealand) Serge Blanco (France) Great team I say! Of course there are lots of other players that have missed out. Australians that could have possibly made the squad would include Michael Lynagh and Stephen Larkham at fly-half, as well as George Gregan and Nick Farr-Jones at scrum-half.