NRL Social: Golf, babies, fundraisers - a big week for Women in League Round
Women in League Round sparked tonnes of positive feedback across social media in recent weeks, as did the support that our players have shown in getting behind some great causes.
Don't miss out on baby love, golf and plenty more by staying up to date with all the off-field action here on the NRL.com social recap.
Big League knows what last round is all about.
In New South Wales, the Mounties were crowned premiers of the Harvey Norman NSW Women's competition after downing the South Sydney Rabbitohs 12-10 at ANZ Stadium.
Up in Queensland, the Burleigh Bears have claimed their fourth straight title in the South-East Division after defeating West Brisbane Panthers 14-0 at Cbus Stadium.
And some of our very own NRL.com women kept you up to date with everything rugby league.
Only three weeks until the Holden Women's Premiership is underway.
St George Illawarra Dragons Sam Bremner and Talesha Quinn with Sydney Roosters Maddie Studdon and Shontelle Stowers at the Inaugural Holden Women's Premiership launch
The Roosters have started to put in the hard yards.
How good do those jerseys look!
And the New Zealand Warriors came away with a 32-4 victory in their trial match against Auckland at Mt Smart Stadium.
Supporting amazing causes
Team FightMND - The Burgess brothers raised around $100k for research to find a cure for Motor Neuron Disease #City2Surf.
Panthers skipper James Maloney and his two little legends have thrown their support behind, The Kids' Cancer Project.
On the baby front
Congratulations to the Dragons prop Paul Vaughan and his beautiful wife Elle who will be expecting Baby V in January.
Parramatta second-rower Marata Niukore and girlfriend Nikki welcome their first son Kayden in the world.
Panthers duo Jarone Lui and Dylan Edwards are happily on daddy duties.
The Roosters traded football for some golf clubs #HappyGilmore.
The Panthers boys hit the cinemas.
While the Sharks head to Holey Moley Golf in Newtown.
Milestones shout outs
Panthers prop Viliame Kikau congratulated teammate Trent Merrin on reaching 200 NRL matches.
And Warriors fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck gave a nice shout out to hooker Issac Luke on hitting his 250th first-grade match last Friday.
In round 23, Eels prop Peni Terepo is set to reach his 100th NRL match, while Dragons forward Jack De Belin will notch his 150th NRL game and Cowboys veteran Matt Scott will make 250th first-grade appearance.