Never mind the mediocrity let's be having your team of the Six Nations. 15. Armitage - solid start to the tournament but improved throughout the tournament. 14. Bowe - solid for Ireland throughout with excellent performances in Rome and Cardiff. 13. O'Driscoll - defied his critics with his finest Six Nations to date. 12. Flutey - consistent at the beginning and again improving with every game. 11. Medard - one of the few French to come out of this tournament with a good reputation. 10. Jones - not the best tournaments for the out halves but his opening 40 in Paris was the best we saw from anyone. 9. Phillips - again not a vintage tournament for the scrum halves but Phillips just about the best for me. 1. Jenkins - powerful in the scrum and for the most part dynamic in the loose. 2. Szarewski - France looked a lesser team whenever he went off and you can't fault his work rate. 3. Murray - put his hands up for Lions test spot after his injury. 4. Wyn Jones - anonymous in Rome but other than that excellent in the other games 5. O'Connell - immense in the lineout and the loose, has done his Lions' capataincy claims no harm. 6. Ferris - his tackling was immense throughout, unlucky yesterday with his finger injury. 7. Ouedrago - again impressed every time he played and France missed him when he didn't. 8. Heaslip - you can make your case for Parisse but Heaslip's contribution to a grand slam winning side was too significant to discount. Unlucky to miss out are Shanklin, who was superb as was Parisse, Worsley had his moments but not enough to get in my side and Parra's performance against Wales was outstanding.