St George Illawarra NRL Women's Premiership back-rower Shaylee Bent has been crowned the Dragons' NRLW Player of the Year for season 2020.
Despite being suspended for the Dragons' final round against the New Zealand Warriors, Bent was the Red V's standout player over the opening two rounds.
Closing in on her maiden New South Wales State of Origin jumper, the 20-year-old Indigenous All Stars representative's resume continues to swiftly build.
Coach Daniel Lacey handed his NRLW Coach's Award to utility Keeley Davis following yet another positive individual season from the Jillaroos representative.
One of two players to feature in all 10 Dragons NRLW games over the past three seasons, the local Corrimal Cougars junior's attitude and commitment proved a deciding factor for Lacey, as she too closes in on her Origin debut.
Meanwhile, Dragons NRL skipper Cameron McInnes was earlier in the week named the Red V Members' Player of the Year for the second-consecutive season.
Holding off Zac Lomax and Matt Dufty for the honour, McInnes added yet another honour to his budding trophy cabinet after winning the 2020 Dragons Medal in late September.
Dragons NRLW Player of the Year
2020: Shaylee Bent
2019: Jessica Sergis
2018: Holli Wheeler