Burleigh Bears captain Luke 'DJ Moey Fresh' Page has been voted the best prop to play Intrust Super Cup during the past 25 years.
We asked you, the fans, who you thought should take out the title and the votes are in, with Page securing a huge 44 per cent of the 1686 votes.
The rampaging competition favourite, who has also donned a PNG Kumuls jersey, is a two-time premiership winner with the Bears, captaining the side to victory in 2019.
Page, who won the Petero Civoniceva Medal in 2014, beat fellow deserving nominees Nat Neale (24 per cent), Troy Lindsay (18 per cent), Shane O'Flanagan (eight per cent) and Luke Scott (one per cent).
Here's what some of you had to say during voting:
"What a field!!! Cow Lindsay and Flash O’Flanagan have probably had more success than any forward yet Lukey Scott was a real hard man and Pagey is a lunatic...." - Dean Allen
"Troy Lindsay for mine, it was a battle playing against him and Stary every time" - Pete Penaia
Um this isn’t even a contest Luke Page wins this hands downSally Gearing
"Troy Lindsay easily. 8 gf’s and 270 games says it all. Never took a backward step But I would also have Ali brown on that list. Both hard runners and great leaders for their clubs" - Adam Starr
"Troy Lindsay all day I didn't look up to Nrl players I looked up to Troy Lindsay" - Matty Angus
"Nat Neale for mine, what a player!" - David Hauser
See the full final standings here - Intrust Super Cup 25-year team: Best prop?
Others to get a mention by fans included Wynnum Manly Seagulls hard man Clayton Maher and the Bears' Ali Brown.
See more on the Intrust Super Cup Facebook page.
Stay tuned to QRL.com.au on Tuesday, May 19 to have your say on who you think has been the best second rower to play during 25 years of the Intrust Super Cup.