The 2018 NRL season may be over but we'll still continue to keep you updated every week with what all your favourite players are up to.
Rings and things
Social media has been flooded with some incredible images following the Sydney Roosters' grand final win over the Melbourne Storm. Here are some of the best from the player's personal accounts.
James Tedesco got not only his first taste of NRL finals footy but also a premiership ring to complete a brilliant season for the fullback.
He was quick to embrace his friends and family once the siren sounded.
'Victor the Inflictor', or 'Rads' as Victor Radley is affectionately known to Eastern Suburbs locals, may only have 28 NRL games to his name but he's already carved out a huge supporter base.
Once known for being shy at press conferences, Radley has clearly found his voice with his post-grand final "Beers, beers and more beers" catchphrase. He posed with his dad Nigel after the big win.
Having put New Zealand's Tokoroa on the map, Joey Manu added a NRL premiership ring to his list of accolades after winning SG Ball, Holden Cup and Auckland Nines titles.
Clive Churchill Medal winner Luke Keary thanked his wife Amy for the support and credited her to being his rock.
And new Kangaroos skipper Boyd Cordner topped off an outstanding season alongside his buddy and Roosters co-captain Jake Friend.
The 2018 season will be remembered as the year that Latrell Mitchell broke ankles and broke out. The 21-year-old brought up his 50th NRL appearance, earned a NSW Blue debut and series win, won his first premiership and topped it all off wiht a Kangaroos call-up.
Soon to be joining the Roosters is 22-year old Angus Crichton who also had a year to remember. For now though, it's all about downtime, mates and fishing.
Great minds clearly thinking alike with Dragons centre Euan Aitkin also getting out on the water.
One more year
New Zealand Warrior Isaac Luke put an end to swirling rumours surrounding his future by re-signing with the club, much to the delight of his Kiwi fans.
Warriors captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck also capped off an outstanding season which saw him take home the Dally M Medal. Still doesn't beat being a dad though!
Bali is often an off-season destination for NRL players with Manly's Trent Hodkinson showing us those Bintangs won't work themselves off!
And South Sydney forward Tom Burgess soaked up the sun earlier in the week with his new addition, an adorable King Cavalier pup named Ted.
Members of the Cronulla Sharks got together to bid Joseph Paulo farewell before joins St Helens on a three-year deal.
And with it beginning to warm up there's no better time to gather the lads for some cricket. Clint Gutherson teamed up with former Eels teammate Cameron King and Manly Sea Eagle Brad Parker for some weekend banter in the white kits.