Coach of the Year: TRENT ROBINSON
In just his first season as an NRL Coach Trent Robinson has guided the Sydney Roosters to the NRL Grand Final. With 18 wins from his 24 matches in charge, not including two Finals victories in September, Trent has truly shown that he is a star of the future in the NRL coaching ranks.
However, it is not only what Trent has been able to achieve with results on the field that has seen him become one of the game's best leaders, after instilling a culture of true brotherhood and pride back into rugby league's most famous colours.
Wing of the Year: ROGER TUIVASA-SHECK
One of the most exciting young talents in the game, Roger has this year shown that he will be a household name amongst rugby league fans for many years to come.
At just 20 years of age, Roger has this season scored nine tries, run for over 3,000 metres and managed over 350 hit-ups after establishing one of the most dangerous right-side combinations in the game alongside Shaun Kenny-Dowall, Mitchell Pearce and Sonny Bill Williams.
Second Row of the Year: BOYD CORDNER
At just 21 years of age, and with just 19 games to his name in 2013, Boyd has truly showed himself to be one of the most dominant backrowers in the NRL.
After making his representative debut in the Country side early in the season, Boyd went on to make his State of Origin debut just two months after and was a shining light in a losing Blues side in the decider at ANZ Stadium.
In a year which saw him score nine tries, take ovr 200 hit-ups and make over 500 tackles, Boyd is truly a future star at not on the Roosters but also in the game of rugby league.
NRL Top Point-Scorer: JAMES MALONEY
After making the much talked about move to Bondi in 2013, James Maloney truly found himself at home in one of rugby league's most famous jerseys, the No.6 at the Roosters.
After establishing one of the most dominant halves pairings in the NRL, alongside his Blues team mate Mitchell Pearce, James went on to score 230 points including nine tries and 97 goals.