Many Intrust Super Cup players have starred on the international stage during the past few weeks and now players are being put through their paces as clubs re-group for pre-season training.
There has been more and more re-signings, player movements and exciting things happening since the Cup season concluded.
Sunshine Coast Falcons have re-signed some talents, including Tom Rafter, Daniel Dole, Nathan Saumalu and Jye Ballinger. The Falcons have also picked up Easts Tigers star player Sam Lavea for the 2020 season.
Burleigh Bears star Jesse Arthars has been signed by the Brisbane Broncos and begun pre-season training.
Bears skipper Luke Page also donned yellow and red for the PNG Kumuls at the weekend. He will be in action this weekend as well against the Great Britain Lions.
Wynnum Manly Seagulls stars Edene Gebbie, who is off to the Rabbitohs in 2020, Edwin Ipape and Delouise Hoeter all lined up during the World Cup 9s.
Norths Devils star Paul Ulberg starred for Cook Islands during the World Cup 9s and was named in the Team of the Tournament.
Closer to home, the Devils have also returned to pre-season training under coach Rohan Smith.
Tweed Seagulls gun Lamar Liolevave made his debut for Fiji Bati.
Redcliffe Dolphins signed Ben Shea and Marmin Barba, from Ipswich Jets, and Intrust Super Cup leading try scorer Jon Reuben, from Sunshine Coast Falcons. The Dolphins have also re-signed Dolphins junior Harry Smith and 2019 Players' Player Trai Fuller.
Ipswich Jets, despite losing a few players, have re-signed skipper Nat Neale and Julian Christian.
Souths Logan Magpies have been busy. The club has signed Tweed Seagulls ace Christian Hazard, former Redcliffe Dolphins star Darren Nicholls, re-signed Guy Hamilton, Mitchell Frei and Rory Ferguson, signed Warriors Canterbury Cup player Cole Waaka and signed former Warriors, Newcastle and Redcliffe enforcer James Taylor.
Star Magpies player Tesi Niu also enjoyed his Tonga debut.
Mackay Cutters, who began pre-season this week, have re-signed numerous star players including Cooper Bambling, Jayden Hodges, Rayden Burns, Jayden Batchelor, Yamba Bowie and Jye Anderson.
The Cutters have also signed man mountain Jesse Dee.
Northern Pride - including new recruits Javid Bowen and Gideon Gela-Moseby, are back at it, ready to have a better 2020 than 2019.
The Central Queensland Capras have signed some exciting local talent for the 2020 season.