With women's rugby league growing in popularity in recent years players like Ali Brigginshaw and Jessica Sergis have become household names.
To help celebrate Harvey Norman Women in League Round, the team at NRL.com came up with a shortlist of 10 modern day stars of the women's game and asked the fans to nominate the best of the best.
Dual Broncos premiership-winner Brigginshaw, 2019 Dally M winner Sergis and NSW captain Kezie Apps dominated the voting and in the end it was 30-year-old Brigginshaw emerging as the No.1 gun in the women's game.
Also a two-time World Cup winner with the Jillaroos, Brigginshaw is the game's premier playmaker and will be chasing a three-peat with the Broncos when the NRLW season kicks off next week.
Who is the No.1 player in women's rugby league?
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Best player in women's rugby league
(in alphabetical order)
Apps is one of the most recognisable faces in the game and she has played a leading role in NSW's back-to-back Origin wins over the Maroons in 2018-19.
After seeing the Jillaroos win the 2013 World Cup, Apps was inspired to return to the game after playing as a junior in her home town of Bega.
The classy back-rower debuted for the Jillaroos in 2014 and has been a mainstay in the team ever since, tasting World Cup glory in 2017.
The 2018 Dally M player of the year has been a mainstay of the Jillaroos and Queensland sides since 2014.
The classy No.9 was part of Australia's 2017 World Cup triumph and then in 2018 tasted premiership glory with the Broncos in the inaugural NRLW season.
Now 28, Bremner has compiled a magnificent CV which includes two World Cup wins with the Jillaroos and Origin success with the Blues in 2018 as the women's game took North Sydney Oval by storm.
Blessed with plenty of pace and great evasive skills, Bremner has been part of the national squad for seven years and was one of the first players picked until a toe injury saw her ruled out of the Test against the Kiwi Ferns at the end of 2018.
Took a year off in 2019 to give birth to her son Reef and is now ready to reclaim her mantle as the game's premier No.1.
More than a decade after making her Jillaroos debut the 30-year-old Queenslander is still showing every other halfback in the women's game how it's done.
A member of the Aussie side that won the World Cup in 2013 and 2017 and was the driving force behind Brisbane's back-to-back NRLW premierships in 2018-19.
Possesses a sensational kicking game and immaculate game management skills which make her a key figure in every side she plays in.
Renowned big hitter who earned the nickname 'Jukebox' from Broncos legend Darren Lockyer because 'the hits keep coming'.
Long-term member of the Kiwi Ferns outfit and was named player of the tournament at the 2017 World Cup.
The 26-year-old powerhouse was one of Brisbane's five maiden signings for the inaugural season of NRLW in 2018 and went on to play a leading role in the Broncos' premiership success.
An evergreen Kiwi Ferns star, still plying her trade at 39, Hireme has been dubbed 'Honey Bill Williams' for her feats in rugby league and rugby union.
She has featured in four league World Cups, becoming captain of her country ahead of the 2013 tournament and finishing as the top try-scorer and points-scorer in 2017.
A member of the St George Illawarra Dragons since 2018, she has been New Zealand Rugby League's women's player of the year three times – with the first and third awards coming a decade apart.
The winner of the inaugural Women's Golden Boot award in 2018, Kelly is a star centre for the Roosters, NSW and Australia.
A key attacking weapon at rep level, she scored the opening try in the Jillaroos' win over New Zealand in the 2017 World Cup Final, and scored twice in the Blues' 2018 Origin win over Queensland.
McGregor is Ali Brigginshaw's halves partner for reigning NRLW champions Brisbane after making the switch from the Dragons in 2019, and her rival at international level as New Zealand's halfback.
Still only 22 years old, the young playmaker is already making a mark on the big stage.
The reigning NRLW Player of the Year after a stellar season with the Dragons, Sergis forms a lethal centre pairing with Kelly at Origin and international level, scoring four tries in two appearances for NSW so far in 2017 and 2019.
She was also the first winner of the RLPA NRLW Player of the Year at last season's RLPA Awards night.
After switching codes from rugby union Taufa made an immediate impact in league, breaking into the NSW and Austalia sides in 2014 and staying there.
A hard-running middle forward for the Roosters, Taufa was the 2017 Dally M Female Player of the Year and regularly tops the tackle count for the Jillaroos.