We're up to the centres now in this year's resurrection of The People's Choice Central West Rugby Union Team Of The Year and, honestly, the Central Western Daily's experts have no clue how you'll split this group of nominees.
Some of the region's absolute superstars roll through the inside and outside centre channels and all eight of these guns had ridiculous seasons.
Have fun narrowing this down to two by casting your vote, or add your own nominee.
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1 JACK KEPPEL (CSU Bathurst)
Forget the Team Of The Year, after his absolutely unbelievable effort in the Mitchell Men's outrageous grand final comeback we'd nominate him to play inside centre in the Team Of The Century.
Clutch doesn't even come close to describing it, and you can't forget he'd kicked the students to a couple of other narrow wins during the season.
He'd be an automatic choice for us, but it's not just up to us, is it?
2 LACHIE HARRIS (Orange Emus)
Largely considered the Blowes Clothing Cup's premier inside centre for a number of years now, Harris somehow shifted up another gear in 2019, and did so while developing his combination with new outside Tom Joseph.
Was superb in Central West's Caldwell Cup win as well and deservedly earned his first NSW Country Cockatoos jersey as a result.
Outrageously strong defensively again, in fact in contact in general, seemed to make line breaks at will throughout the year.
3 NICOLE SCHNEIDER (Bathurst Bulldogs)
In a side brimming with stars she flew under a lot of people's radars this year, particularly with Courtney Auld and Jakiya Whitfield rocketing around outside her.
But they can't do what they do without those inside them, and Schneider was the main reason they enjoyed so much space and time.
Had no trouble slicing through defensive lines and scoring tries for herself either, and she has an imposing presence at the breakdown for a centre too.
A big part of Central West's country championship win too and even though she missed out, we had her pencilled in for a NSW Country spot.
4 REGAN HUGHES (CSU Bathurst)
You could mount a pretty good argument to just pick both the students' centres and be done with this poll, considering Keppel's heroics were really only matched by Hughes' effort throughout the year.
That's mainly why he won the New Holland Agriculture Cup's player-of-the-year award.
Scored countless tries throughout the season and was, arguably, the best-performed centre across the region in terms of consistency.
We can only think of one reason he wasn't in Central West's side, and that's because he didn't attend the pre-season training sessions. This bloke's Cockatoos standard.
5 FILISIONE PAUTA (Geurie Goats)
Actually played a lot of five-eighth for the Goats on their way to the grand final, but he's best known as a centre and that's where he did the most damage for Central West too.
Might be guilty of fading in and out of games at times but when he's on, there's no one in the Central West that can contain him. No one in NSW Country actually, as was seen in the Blue Bulls' Caldwell Cup decider win over Illawarra.
He's long been that good though, you'd struggle to find anyone who wouldn't immediately say 'Fili' when you ask who the best player in the Central West is.
6 MATT BERKREY (Cootamundra Tri-Colours)
Unfortunate he lines up in a such a stellar cast, because he deserves recognition on his own after the season he had in helping the Tri-Colours to an undefeated premiership win.
Was among the contenders for the Oilsplus Cup Northern Division's player-of-the-year and rightfully so, he was just outstanding, there isn't really any other way to put it.
Great with the ball, bone-crunching without and he kicked magnificently all year too.
7 ZAC WHITE (Molong Magpies)
A top-tier premiership winner with Emus in the past, White's been one of Molong's best for a number of years but probably enjoyed his best season with the Magpies so far in 2019.
While he roams around in the 13 channel he's as much the director of Molong's attacking phase-play as anyone and he leads them as a defensive unit.
Was once again part of the Central West group, and finally got himself a country championship.
8 WILL OLDHAM (Bathurst Bulldogs)
By no means are we suggesting he's purely in this list for his goalkicking, but there's no doubt how big a role that played in Bulldogs' premiership win, particularly in earning hosting rights for that grand final which proved super important.
He's floated in and out of Bulldogs' side the last couple of seasons but genuinely cemented his spot this year, finding his home at outside centre and incredibly keeping Harry Webber out of that spot.
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