Mitch Moses enjoyed what was probably the best season of his career.
He played every round of footy, plus finals.
The 25-year-old finished the year with the most try assists, kicks and kick metres in the NRL.
The halfback also scored the first try, goal and drop goal at the brand new Bankwest Stadium in Round 6.
Moses won the club's Ken Thornett Medal and the Blue and Gold Army Award, as well as the 2019 Dally M halfback of the year.
He played for the Prime Ministers XIII in their big win over Fiji in Suva and will also represent Australia in the inaugural Rugby League World Cup 9s.
APPEARANCES - 26
TRIES - 4
GOALS - 92
FORCED DROP OUTS - 17
AVERAGE KICKING METRES - 362
GOAL CONVERSION RATE - 78%
TRY ASSISTS - 25
LINE BREAK ASSISTS - 12
OFFLOADS - 10
TACKLE EFFICIENCY - 77.5%
AVERAGE RUNNING METRES - 62.2