Brisbane Broncos captain Ali Brigginshaw says the Premiership ring will mark the achievements the team has made during the inaugural NRL Women's Premiership.
On a weekend filled with historic women's sports moments, the Broncos capped it off with a 34-12 win against the Sydney Roosters to become the 2018 NRLW Premiers.
The Broncos took the competition by storm, despite not being favourite when the competition started four weeks ago but coach Paul Dyer was able to take 22 players and made them into a team.
"From the moment they came together as a group it had that special feeling and they went out there and did what they do," Dyer said.
The Broncos entered the grand final on Sunday afternoon undefeated and once again showed their spine on Chelsea Baker, Kimiora, Brigginshaw and Britt Breayley were far too strong for the Roosters.
It didn't help the Roosters lost Taleena Simon due to an ankle injury while Isabelle Kelly played on to the end with a grade one MCL injury.
The game was all but over when Nati went over for her hat-trick, however, it was also a bittersweet moment for the team as the realisation came that they would never be together like this again.
"For some of the girls they've played for a year and for Steph [Hancock] it could be her last game, it means a lot to me but it means a lot to us as a group," Brigginshaw said.
"Some teammates may never be together again and that's something we said before the game, let's embrace this together because we may never be together again.
“I’m never taking it off. It means a lot to me, but it means more to us as a group. This ring forever marks our achievements together as a team,” she said.