After crowning Craig Bellamy the NRL’s coach of the decade earlier in the week, it’s time to turn our attention to the premiership-winning sides of the 2010s and make a call on which one was the very best.
UPDATE: Voting has now closed. The results will be revealed on tomorrow’s episode of Game of Codes.
We’ve got two main candidates to pit against one another for this one; the Melbourne Storm of 2017 and the Sydney Roosters of 2013.
Does Melbourne’s 20-4 dominance of 2017 – plus their absurdly good form in the finals – put them over the edge?
Does the impenetrable defence of 2013’s Roosters see them take out the honour?
Does another Storm or Roosters side deserve the gong, or, is it another team entirely we should be talking about here?
We were joined on the Game of Codes podcast by Roar rugby league expert and editor Scott Pryde to sort through this decade’s premiership winners and make a call on which one was the best.
Listen to the debate in the player above and make sure to cast your vote below!
Results to be revealed on Tuesday’s episode of Game of Codes