Broncos centre Kotoni Staggs wins the Drinkwise Try of the Year award for his stunning individual effort against the Dragons in round 15 when he bamboozled Euan Aitken and stepped Matt Dufty to score a pearler.
The Dally M Captain of the Year is the Warriors' inspirational skipper Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, who led his men through the toughest of seasons as they spent months away from home to help keep the competition alive.
The Peter Frilingos Headline Moment of the Year is the NRL's Project Apollo, which was launched to get the competition back up and running in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. On May 28 the NRL returned to the paddock.
Rabbitohs winger Alex Johnston is the Ken Irvine Medalist in 2020 as the NRL's top tryscorer. Johnston scored a remarkable five tries in the final round against the Roosters to move to the top of the charts.
The NRL Rookie of the Year is Wests Tigers hooker Harry Grant, who described the year as "pretty special". The 22-year-old played 15 games for the Tigers after swapping from the Storm and enjoyed a superb season.
The Team of the Year is completed with Clint Gutherson, Cameron Smith, Isaah Yeo, Jack Wighton and Nathan Cleary added to the side. Minor premiers the Panthers have five players in the Team of the Year.