Polkinghorne capped off another memorable season for the esteemed defender, taking home W-League Player of the Year.

The 30-year-old was a cornerstone piece of one of the league’s tightest defences, once again asserting herself as one of Australia’s finest female footballers as the Roar claimed a second consecutive top-two finish in 2018/19.

In her second season in orange, Celeste Boureille added to her Player of the Year award from last season, taking out W-League Players’ Player.

Striker Allira Toby capped off a memorable season, claiming her second straight Golden Boot award after scoring five goals in the recent season.

Toby’s season haul of five goals is the equal-highest tally from a Roar player in the last four season and also earned the opportunity to train with the Matildas during their Cup of Nations preparations.

Another star of the future in Indiah-Paige Riley scooped up W-League Breakthrough Player of the Year.

The 17-year-old is currently away in Myanmar with the Young Matildas as they try to qualify for the AFC U19 Women's Championships.