Weekly club-land teams were named, Origin and Test squads were named and Dally M medallists have also been named but now it's time for NRL Social Team of the Year to be announced.
Here is a list of players who have been the most active in providing entertainment in the social sphere across 2018.
NRL social media team of the year
Fullback – Kalyn Ponga
The Newcastle Knights fullback showed off his photography skills with some epic pics of his day-to-day adventures, shots of time he's spent with people in the community and a beautiful photo of his date to the Dally M Awards.
Winger – Josh Addo-Carr
A proud Wiradjuri and Yarrabah man who's always down for a laugh. If the Fox didn't post a selfie showing off his tats, he shared with the world photos of his loved ones.
Centre – Latrell Mitchell
Rugby league sure did flood the Roosters centre's 2018 calendar, with many highlights from his debut year in the NSW and Kangaroos squads. But amongst the madness Mitchell made sure to give his No.1 fan, his baby girl Inala, plenty of love throughout the year.
Centre – Isabelle Kelly
If Isabelle Kelly wasn't fending off opponents for meat pies, she was in the gym on the grind or on holidays getting engaged.
Winger – Josh Mansour
The Panthers winger played an active role in a number of community initiatives this year. He also enjoyed the special time he got to spend with his baby daughter Siana and beautiful wife Daniella.
Five-eighth – Ali Brigginshaw
It was a year filled with success for the Brisbane Broncos, Queensland and Jillaroos five-eighth, and she spent those highs with her gorgeous girlfriend Kate.
Halfback – Adam Reynolds
Footy, family and his mates were at the heart of the South Sydney halfback's 2018.
Front Row – Joe Ofahengaue
The Broncos prop had great pride in representing Tonga once again in this year's Test against Australia, while he was also inspired by the courage shown by his beautiful girlfriend Sofi who is battling cancer.
Hooker – Nathan Peats
When the Titans jokester isn't putting his mates on show, he's making the most of some precious time spent with his two sons Leyton and Harlen-Reign and gorgeous fiancé Jade.
Front Row – Sam Thaiday
From playing dress-ups to pool parties to making videos – it's no secret that the former Broncos front-rower's two daughters are at the front and centre of his world.
Second Row – Kezie Apps
Footy, injury, rehab and more footy made up the Dragons second-rower's 2018. But each time the NRLW and Jillaroos star got knocked down she fought her way back to be bigger, better and stronger.
Second Row – Joel Thompson
He inspires many with his commitment to making a change in the community – leading the way in the mental health space with the support of his two daughters Imi and Isla and beautiful wife Samy.
Lock – Jason Taumalolo
You feel nothing but pride when you look through the Cowboys enforcer's social account, knowing he was the instigator of several high-profile players switching their national allegiance to Tonga.
Interchange – Josh Reynolds
There were no nerves from the Wests Tigers playmaker when he switched clubs or suited up in a teletubbies costume but when it came to the gender reveal of his twins, emotions where flying high.
Interchange – Jess Sergis
If the Dragons centre isn't posting up cute photos with her boo Zac Lomax, she's showing off her strength in the gym or enjoying the ocean.
Interchange – Victor Radley
If the Roosters utility forward wasn't down at the beach catching some waves with his mates, you could find him over in Fiji lending a helping hand to the locals as a part of Clint Newton's Transformers Program.
Interchange – Cameron King
During his time at the Eels, the hooker produced plenty of laughs, as well as positive messages he would spread throughout his work in the community.
Notable mention – Dragons Bus
One of the best examples of bromance in the NRL this year was The Dragons Bus, which carted around a dozen players to and from training each day – providing laughs, karaoke and unforgettable memories.
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