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.
Much like 2013, excitement was brewing ahead of the 2018 season with the addition of two new squad members who would be integral to the success that was to come.
Let's take a stroll down memory lane and remember the NINTH of our ten celebrated seasons.
James Tedesco was named as a star signing midway through the 2017 season, but there was one more surprise on the way during the off season.
Veteran halfback Cooper Cronk was officially announced on a two year deal, and thus began an unforgettable journey for the Tricolours.
The start of the season was a little inconsistent, though there were glimpses of greatness while the new-look spine was working out the kinks.
At around the midway point of the season, the Tricolours were firing on all cylinders.
A clinical 32-0 win over the New Zealand Warriors in Round 10 was the first shut-out of the season, and from there it was mostly magic for the Roosters.
They won 10 out of the remaining 14 games of the regular season to claim the Minor Premiership for the first time since 2015.
MOMENTS TO CELEBRATE
ROUND 9: Radley's Hard Earned Effort Of The Year
VB Hard Earned Effort | Round 9
In the tight games of the year, the attitude is to do whatever it takes to win.
Victor Radley took that advice on with the VB Hard Earned Effort of the year when he made this cracking tackle on Dylan Walker.
ROUND 13: Try saver of the year
VB Hard Earned Effort | Round 13
After making his return from a long stint on the sidelines against the Wests Tigers, Daniel Tupou made the try-saving tackle of the year when he thudded Corey Thompson into touch JUST SHY of the try line.
What makes the moment sweeter was Corey Thompson denied Daniel Tupou a game winning try in Round 1.
ROUND 18: The record setting debutants
A Memorable Trio Of Debuts
The Roosters unleashed three debutants in Round 18 when Paul Momirovski, Sean O'Sullivan and Poasa Faamausili took to the turf against the Gold Coast Titans.
For the first time in NRL history, ALL THREE debutants scored tries!
GRAND FINAL: Cooper Cronk defies belief
Cooper Cronk Defies The Odds
Cooper Cronk defies belief when he lines up in the NRL Grand Final to help steer his side to a Premiership victory.
At the conclusion of the match, it's revealed that he did so with a fractured scapula.
STEGGLES TRY OF THE YEAR
Steggles Try of the week | Round 21
The Steggles Try of the year was awarded to Joseph Manu for his first win after an exceptional effort against the North Queensland Cowboys.
If you thought 2018 was good, you'll LOVE what's in store in 2019! STAY TUNED