A great vote it comes in World Rugby. The highest institution launched for fans to choose the most prominent protagonists of the last decade. You can choose, both in male how female to the most prominent protagonists in 15, Sevens and the best tries. It is taken from the year 2010 to 2019.
For the best player of the decade, those who were once chosen as best of the year are nominated. They are: Ricchie McCaw, Thierry Dusatoir, Dan Carter, Kieran Read, Brodie Retallick, Beauden Barrett, Jonny Sexton, and Pieter-Steph du Toit.
On the women’s side, the nominees for the great award are: Carla Hohepa, Michaela Staniford, Magali Harvey, Kendra Cocksedge, Sarah Hunter, Portia Woodman, Jessy Trémoulière, and Emily Scarratt.
In turn, he will be awarded an award for the best try of the decade. Among them, the Argentine one stands out Joaquin Tuculet against England in 2017. The other nominated conquests are: Chris Ashton vs. Australia, 2010. Radike Samo v New Zealand, 2011. Bryan Habana v New Zealand, 2012. Beauden Barrett vs. France, 2013. Francois Hougaard vs. New Zealand, 2014. Julian Savea v France, 2015 Jamie Heaslip v Italy, 2016. Brodie Retallick v Australia, 2018 and TJ Perenara v Namibia, 2019.
The women also scored great tries. Among them are Alison Miller against New Zealand, 2014, Magali Harvey against France, 2014, Megan York v France, 2016, Danielle Waterman against Canada, 2016 and Portia Woodman against the United States, 2017.
Finally, the most outstanding ones in the Seven format will be chosen. On the male side, those who are in the possibilities of winning the award are: Mikaele Pesamino (SAM), Cecil Afrika (RSA), Tomasi Cama (NZL), Tim Mikkelson (NZL), Samisoni Viriviri (FJI), Werner Kok (RSA) , Seabelo Senatla (RSA), Perry Baker (United States) and Jerry Tuwai (FJI).
The top Sevens nominees are all New Zealanders and Australians and are: Kayla McAlister (NZL), Emilee Cherry (AUS), Portia Woodman (NZL), Charlotte Caslick (AUS), Michaela Bylde (NZL) and Ruby Tui (NZL).
Voting is done via World Rugby page, here.