It's time for the wingers in this year's resurrection of The People's Choice Central West Rugby Union Team Of The Year and the region's experts have put together a speedy group of nominees from across the competition.
There's a bucketload of tries scored in this group, a truckload in fact, but who was the best of them?
Cast your two votes, or add your own nominee.
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1 TIM BEACH (Dubbo Kangaroos)
Very impressive, throughout the year.
His speed was just about unmatched in the Blowes Clothing Cup and he quickly became Roos' biggest attacking threat whether that was on the flank or through the middle, because he had no trouble making his way in field and getting his hands dirty.
Earned a spot on Central West's wing and deservedly so, he was excellent at the country championship at Tamworth. Tough as nails, as well.
2 JAKOB BRENNAN (Narromine Gorillas)
That mullet, for starters.
Brennan is the proof that while creating attacking opportunities is obviously crucial, finishing them is just as important.
In his first year of rugby Brennan crossed for a whopping 24 tries throughout 2019 and scored four hat-tricks along the way, including one in the Gorillas' grand final loss to CSU Bathurst.
He's still raw as a winger, no doubt, but he kicked goals on the odd occasion too and looked every bit a gun-in-the-making.
3 MITCHELL BRIEN (Wellington Redbacks)
There's no doubt Wellington had a supreme pack and we agonised over a number of nominees through those forwards, but the Redbacks outside men were just as influential in their premiership win and in particular that extended to their back three.
Mitch Budge was excellent on the wing as well but with only eight slots to fill here, he was unlucky to miss out.
With the space and time his pack and inside men afforded him Brien was as reliable a winger as you'd hope to find, particularly in terms of finishing, which he did with aplomb whenever he was given the chance.
4 COURTNEY AULD (Bathurst Bulldogs)
Jakiya Whitfield, more on her soon, stole the headlines a bit in 2019 but take her out of the side and the champions still have a world of firepower, particularly in Auld.
She's got speed and the simply can't teach that but her natural instincts and ability to read the game are as good as anyone's in the competition, and that showed as she consistently took advantage of lackadaisical defensive units.
Was excellent for Central West too, and considered incredibly unlucky to miss out on a Corellas gig.
5 MILIKA TUINAKAUVADRA (Orange Emus)
Had a breakout year in 2019.
She gave the Endeavour Oval faithful, and the rest of the region, a glance at how good she could be in 2018 and she lived up to those expectations this year, in fact she exceeded them.
Still young and raw, she possesses strength in contact rarely seen at this level and that's a huge reason she earned a gig on Central West's wing, and then a spot in the Corellas squad too.
Looks to have a bright, bright future should she pursue the sport, because she's also a gun at netball too.
6 JACINTA COOPER (CSU Bathurst)
Strong, just strong.
Cooper was reliable all year and came along in leaps and bounds under the tutelage of CSU coach Dom Huggett, to the point she could easily be in the mix for Central West's side in 2020.
Reaped the reward of the creativity of the likes of Bridie Gordon, and showed plenty of pace out wide along with great finishing abilities.
7 JAKIYA WHITFIELD (Bathurst Bulldogs)
She was already considered to be in class of her own and she proved that again, as an example she scored 10 tries in her first two games this year.
That finishing prowess didn't stop after that, she scored five in Bulldogs' preliminary final victory over Narromine if you need another example.
She's a regular at much high levels too, and there just isn't really a need to explain this one more.
In the 10-a-side game she was everywhere, and probably played as much like a five-eighth, fullback and centre at times, but with her speed and ability to find space on the outside, she slots in as a winger.
8 CARTER HIRINI (Orange Emus)
Didn't play the entire season, as his commitments in Group 10 with the Blayney Bears were his first priority, but once he was playing week-to-week at the end of the season he regained the dangerous form that, in years gone by, made him the top tier's premier winger.
Scored hat-tricks in Emus' preliminary final win over Cowra and their grand final loss to Bulldogs, and while that had plenty to do with the work of his inside men, those two efforts alone just about get him a gig in these nominees.
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