Following an outstanding representative season for our Sydney Roosters in 2019, who do you think is the standout?
There's a lot to get through, so let's cut straight to the candidates!
To back up his first season playing representative football in 2018, Angus Crichton had another successful season in the representative arena.
He was selected for the Blues in Game One of the 2019 State Of Origin series, and went on to play an integral role for the Junior Kangaroos in their demolition of France at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium in October.
Captain of both the New South Wales Blues and the Australian Kangaroos, it's a tough task to overlook the Club, State and Country leader in 2019.
Cordner led with the front foot whenever he stepped on the field this season, and every time he did was with the (c) next to his name.
The newly re-signed Rooster was a standout in the representative arena in 2019, particularly in the series against England post NRL season.
He was a strike weapon on the right edge and proved a threat for New Zealand this year and will continue to do so going into the future.
After missing out on selection for game two and three of the State Of Origin series, Latrell Mitchell finished the year strong to earn a selection for the Australian Kangaroos.
He has also been selected in Brad Fittler's 64-man Blues squad ahead of a camp being held in December.
Victor Radley forced representative coaches to take notice with his play in 2019, and he certainly did just that.
He was awarded a call-up to the Blues squad throughout the 2019 series, and was awarded Man Of The Match in the Junior Kangaroos match against France.
That performance saw him called up to Mal Meninga's Kangaroos squad for the test against Tonga, followed by a selection in the Blues squad for the 2020 camp.
The Tonga Invitational co-captain was outstanding throughout three appearances for the red and white in 2019.
He was instrumental in the upset win over the Australian Kangaroos, which saw him named as a finalist in the Golden Boot shortlist.
The Wally Lewis Medalist was superb for the Blues in the 2019 State Of Origin, and his game winning try to claim back-to-back series wins will be on the highlight reels for decades.
He was also selected as the fullback for both Kangaroos end of season test matches.
An unsung hero for the Roosters and his country, Daniel Tupou was once again a force for Tonga Invitational in 2019.
While always a strike weapon on the left edge, he made a number of outstanding defensive plays to help Tonga to victory in both end of season test matches.
Another shortlisted for the 2019 Golden Boot award, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves was once again a standout for New Zealand this year.
After being named as the Kiwis Player of the year in 2018, Waerea-Hargreaves will be hard to ignore after backing up this season.
Who is the Sydney Roosters Representative Player of 2019!?