Following another historic NRLW campaign for the nib Newcastle Knights, we were spoilt for choice in terms of huge moments and plays from the season.
From Jesse Southwell's match-winning conversion at home against the Broncos all the way to Tamika Upton's Grand Final winning double, the 2023 side enjoyed another huge year en route to back to back premierships. Vote now.
Voting closes at midnight on Thursday October 19th, 2023
Jesse Southwell match-winning kick - Round 5 v Broncos
First on the list is Jesse Southwell's game-winning conversion against the Brisbane Broncos in Round 5.
After a late resurgence from the red and blue including a Shanice Parker double, the young halfback had a kick to win the game with seconds remaining in the contest.
Southwell nailed the conversion over the black dot to cue scenes of jubilation and seal a massive two points.
Southwell wins it for the Knights
Tamika Upton solo try - Round 8 v Roosters
The Knights collided with the Sydney Roosters back in Round 8 for a mammoth top-of-the-table clash.
Following an initial grind in the early parts of the game, the Knights superstar fullback produced a brilliant piece of skill to break open the game.
Upton sped up to the Roosters defence before placing a deft grubber in behind the Tricolours and regathered to score a memorable try at McDonald Jones Stadium.
Individual brilliance from Upton
Jesse Southwell try of the year - Round 8 v Roosters
In the same game as Tamika's try, Jesse Southwell produced a stunning solo effort of her own.
Refusing to die in the tackle, the No.7 hopped and broke out of the Roosters defence before executing two signature steps to score a try of the year contender and seal a huge win for the red and blue.
The try was awarded the NRLW try of the year at the Dally M Awards.
Sensational from Southwell
Abigail Roache runaway try - Round 9 v Tigers
The Knights played the Wests Tigers in the final round of the regular season while a win would secure a maiden minor premiership.
After trailing at the break, a huge play from Caitlan Johnston gave the ball back to the Knights.
From the scrum-win, Upton and Abigail Roache would combine to send the speedster through a hole to score and put the Knights on track for the minor premiership.
Roache puts on the burners
Tamika Upton Grand Final double - Grand Final v Titans
With the scores locked at 18-all in the Grand Final, the reigning Dally M Medallist again stood tall to get the Knights home.
Having scored only a few minutes earlier, Upton would have her second shortly after to put the Knights ahead.
The fullback placed a kick into the Titans defence before toeing the ball ahead again and winning the race to the ball to score the crucial final try of the Grand Final.