Season 2022 provided plenty of memorable moments, and through the off-season, we'll be counting down the top 10 highlights of the year that was.
In a great way to finish off the season, both the NRL and NRLW Dally M Teams of the Year were dominated by those in Red, White and Blue.
James Tedesco, Joseph Suaalii and Joseph Manu were all named in the NRL's Team of the Year for 2022 following stellar individual seasons from all three backline members.
Tedesco was named Fullback of the Year for a third time, Suaalii claimed his inaugural Winger of the Year gong in just his second year in the NRL, while Manu was named Centre of the Year after playing all but two matches for the year.
The dominance from the Club's NRLW side during the 2022 regular season transitioned into the Team of the Year, taking nine out of a possible 15 awards home.
2022 Dally M NRLW Player of the Year - Raecene McGregor
Halfback Raecene McGregor headlined with her outstanding performance awarding her the Dally M Medal - the Club's first NRLW player to do so - as well as the Halfback of the Year.
Sam Bremner capped off her stunning return to the NRLW by being named Fullback of the Year, with strike pairing Isabelle Kelly and Jessica Sergis both awarded Centre of the Year.
Youngsters Keilee Joseph and Olivia Kernick were both named in the second row, while John Strange and Kelly were awarded Coach of the Year and Captain of the Year respectively.
Not to be outdone, Tedesco and McGregor were then both named the RLPA's Players' Champions for 2022 as voted by their peers on Grand Final day, highlighting the influence in both competitions.