As we farewell the decade that was from 2010 to 2019, the Sydney Roosters look back on an extremely memorable ten seasons for the Club.
With the majority of the Premiership winning squad still in tact in 2014, the goal was to create another memorable season.
Let's take a stroll down memory lane and remember the FIFTH of our ten celebrated seasons.
In similar fashion to the start of their 2013 campaign, the 2014 season was similar after the Roosters suffered a loss to the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
It was a quick turnaround back into form though as they demolished the Parramatta Eels 56-4 at home in Round 2.
While the Roosters were generally slow off the blocks in 2014, you wouldn't know based on their ladder position by the end of the regular season.
While the season didn't finish according to the plan, there was much to celebrate throughout the season.
Anthony Minichiello officially announced his retirement from the Club after a stunning 15 years of service to the Club.
Sonny Bill Williams called time on his rugby league career, leaving a strong legacy at the Club in just two seasons.
MOMENTS TO CELEBRATE
ROUND 3: A determined victory
A Determined Victory
After falling short to the Broncos in 75 minutes of action, the Roosters would need to muster up a big effort if they were any chance of snatching a win on enemy territory.
Roger Tuivasa-Sheck managed to sneak one in at the 78th minute, followed by a SPECIAL play from Mitchell Pearce to send Boyd Cordner over on the left edge.
ROUND 25: Relentless Roosters
Putting Your Stamp On It
In one of the most determined efforts of the season, the Roosters came back to defeat the Melbourne Storm in Round 25.
While it was a back-and-forth encounter for the most part, the Storm led the way for the most part.
An intercept try from Mitchell Pearce put them in front, then a determined effort from Aidan Guerra ensured a victory.
PRELIMINARY FINAL: The most capped Rooster
The Most Capped Rooster
In the final game of his NRL career, Anthony Minichiello surpassed Luke Ricketson to become to most capped player in Sydney Roosters history.
He even scored the final try in the closing minute of the game.
STEGGLES TRY OF THE YEAR
Steggles Try Of The Year 2014
Roger Tuivasa-Sheck was awarded the FIRST EVER Steggles Try of the year, courtesy of his twinkle toes against the Melbourne Storm in Round 13.
There were plenty of changes to the squad in 2015, but one thing that didn't change was the Roosters brand of football. Stay tuned!