It was a hotly contested field with some outstanding talent in the running, but in the end, the winner for the best fullback in the Intrust Super Cup in the past 25 years has been selected.
We asked you, the fans, who you thought should take out the title and the votes are in.
There was much discussion on social media, with fantastic players like Wynnum Manly Seagulls stalwart David Seage, Sunshine Coast gun Dennis Sandow, current Redcliffe Dolphins coach Adam Mogg and modern stars such as Kurtis Rowe gaining a number of votes.
However, in the end Tweed Heads Seagulls ace Shannon Walker claimed 30 per cent of the 2403 votes cast to be declared the winner, in front of the ever-popular Reggie Cressbrook, who finished second with 20 per cent of the vote.
See the full final standings here - Intrust Super Cup 25-year team: best fullback?
Here's what some of you had to say about the winner on the Intrust Super Cup Facebook page:
"Shannon Walker for sure! Was rated the “fastest player” in the NRL when at GC" - Kyle Townsend
"Shannon Walker by far. Was so sad the Titans never gave him enough opportunities!" - Malcolm Kent
"Shannon walker every day of the week" - Tom Guymer
Stay tuned to QRL.com.au on Tuesday, April 7, to have your say on the best winger to play Intrust Super Cup during the past 25 years.