It's been a huge year for women's rugby league with new world champions crowned and a host of fresh talent emerging.
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The 2019 season all started in February with the New Zealand Maori Ferns beating the Indigenous All Stars 8-4 at AAMI Park in Melbourne.
NSW continued on their recent winning ways to retain the State of Origin shield at North Sydney Oval in front of 10,515 at the suburban venue.
The likes of rookies Millie Boyle, Kirra Dibb and Shakiah Tungai all announced themselves on the big stage and were rewarded with Australian jerseys by season's end.
Premiers Brisbane defied a lack of pre-season favouritism to fire in the NRLW grand final and take out back-to-back titles in front of more than 35,000 at ANZ Stadium.
The Jillaroos' recent dominance over New Zealand finally ended with the Kiwi Ferns upsetting the favourites in the World Cup 9s.
But the two-time World Cup champions themselves had the last say with a 28-8 victory in the recent Test match in Wollongong.