THE results are in.
The player of the year for each club have been announced with seven club captains, one fullback, one winger, two hookers featuring.
While the hooker had surgery after tearing his ACL against the Eels in Round 21, missing the final five games of the season didn't make any difference.
He finished on top of the Paul Morgan Medal tally with 59 votes.
Matt Gillett was the next closest on 44 points.
The 23-year-old picked up the Mal Meninga medal after beating out rookie Nick Cotric by one point.
The backrower took out the Dr George Peponis medal.
The 36-year-old was the winner of the Monty Porter player of the year and the Tommy Bishop players' player awardee.
Don became the first winger in the club's history to win the Paul Broughton Medal.
The flyer tallied 49 votes, two ahead of NSW Origin hooker Nathan Peats on 47.
The Manly skipper was awarded the Roy Bull 'Best and Fairest' award.
The skipper snapped Jesse Bromwich's run of three consecutive player of the year gongs.
The 23-year-old claimed the Danny Buderus medal.
"There is no doubt Mitch is a player that other players want to play with," coach Nathan Brown said.
"He is tough, he competes hard and he has plenty of skill, and winning the Danny Buderus Medal is a reward for his consistency."
The lock has won consecutive Paul Bowman Medals.
The 24-year-old won the award ahead of teammate Michael Morgan.
"Jason has again had a huge year," said Cowboys' General Manager of Football Peter Parr. "With a season-ending injury to our co-captain Matt Scott, Jason stepped up enormously, leading by example week-in, week-out."
Taumalolo became the first forward in the NRL to pass 5000 running metres for the season.
The lock took out the Ken Thornett medal in his first season with the club.
The prop took out the Merv Cartwright medal.
The lock claimed the George Piggins Medal as the best and fairest player for the third time.
The English international won the award last year and previously in 2014.
Burgess played in 21 games this year, running for 2988 metres from 339 runs.
The captain claimed his first medal from his time at the club.
The skipper won the Jack Gibson medal.
The 24-year-old captain beat five-time winner Simon Mannering for the prize.
The Wests Tigers vice-captain was a standout in the team, averaging more than 42 tackles per game.
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