Scotland have two representatives in the Six Nations team of the tournament after a frustrating campaign that saw them finish fourth. 

At one stage, it looked like Scotland could seriously challenge Ireland for the title or at least secure a high finish of second but defeats to Italy and Ireland in their final two matches changed things completely. 

And it means fans have voted for just two of their players to be in the team with Finn Russell and Duhan van der Merwe included in the XV. 

Unsurprisingly, Ireland dominate proceedings with eight players in the side while France and Italy also have two each, and there's one from England in the shape of Ben Earl. 

Van der Merwe is named on the wing alongside James Lowe, with the Edinburgh wing scoring five tries in the tournament. Ireland's Lowe wasn't far behind with four tries and the pair are joined by France's Thomas Ramos, who was the tournament's top scorer with 63 points. 

It's an Ireland and Italy partnership at centre with Bundee Aki joined by Tommaso Menoncello, who was also named as player of the championship. 

In another decision nobody will be shocked by, Russell is named as the fly-half in the team of the tournament and he's joined by Ireland's Jamison Gibson-Park. 

Into the front row and it's Andrew Porter and Dan Sheehan from Ireland alongside France's Uini Antonio. Sheehan was joint top try-scorer in the tournament, along with Van der Merwe, having scored five - including one against Scotland on the final day. 

Into the second row and it's an all Ireland partnership with Tadgh Beirne joined by Joe McCarthy, while it's another Irishman in Caelan Dorris, Italy's Michele Lamaro and England's Earl to complete the team. 

Team of the tournament: T Ramos, D van der Merwe, B Aki, T Menancello, J Lowe, F Russell, J Gibson-Park, A Porter, D Sheehan, U Antonio, T Beirne, J McCarthy, C Dorris, M Lamaro, B Earl