A truly phenomenal season for our skipper - he eclipsed the NRL all-time points-scoring record and became the first player ever to reach 400 NRL games.
In his 18th season he was rated the best hooker, best captain and best player in the competition and showed no signs of slowing down.
Played in every game (averaging a full 80 minutes of game time), kicked 104 goals, crossed for two tries, notched up 15 try assists and 14 line break assists.
Among the most exciting playmakers in the comp, Munny was in scintillating form early in the season and a frontrunner to take out the Dally M.
Scored eight tries and produced 15 try assists, running an average of 98 metres himself every game.
Represented Queensland in all three Origin games, showing his versatility with stints at both five-eighth and fullback.
Was named Best Interchange Player in the comp after a career-best season in 2019 and undoubtedly deserves the title.
A human wrecking ball, always brings electrifying impact off the bench and powered to 2,232 metres this year, averaging 97 metres a game.
Missed only four games through injury and earned selection for the Kiwis.
Played 22 NRL games this year (almost doubling his 12 first grade games in 2018) and his composure at halfback earned him selection for the Junior Kangaroos.
Averaged 184 kicking metres, produced five try assists and scored five tries himself.
Consistently demonstrates the club values of hard work and accountability and his leadership was recognised at representative level when he was named vice captain of the Junior Roos.
Produced near-faultless performances at fullback in the opening 10 rounds and made the number one jersey his own, before shifting to halfback at the business end of the year.
Courageous in attack and defence, his incredible try-saving tackle on Jayden Okunbor in round four perhaps best epitomises his style of play.
The versatile playmaker produced 12 try assists, 11 line breaks and scored nine tries in 2019.
Was selected to represent New Zealand in the Kiwis squad.