Josh Papalii claimed a fourth Mal Meninga Medal and Jack Wighton landed his first after the pair split the Raiders' most prestigious award on Tuesday.
The recently re-signed Papalii became only the second player in the club's history to win the award four times. Only Laurie Daley (six) has worn the medal more than Papalii.
Wighton, meanwhile, breaks a long run of finishing second in the points tally.
"I think I've come second for the last five years, I've been so close but so far," Wighton said.
"Each year I kind of regroup and think what can I do to help my brothers out all year and to finally be given an award and be acknowledged by them it's really great.
"It was an important year for me to be fair, I had a good year last year and I know it means nothing but everybody's saying 'was it a fluke, was it a good patch by him'.
"To back that up and to be talking to you at round 20 receiving this award, it's a little statement and something I work very hard for to try and bounce back off those years, not sit on them."
Wighton has played his entire career alongside Papalii, having debuted less than a year after the bullocking prop.
"Me and Papa we started our careers here, and we've been through ups and downs and lows and highs," Wighton said.
"One of the biggest honours you can get just getting that respect from your peers, it means a lot more than any prize or possession I've got. Just having the respect from my brothers."
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Papalii said winning the award with Wighton made it all the more special.
"I received this award last year and it probably didn't mean as much to me as it does today, me, Jack and Jarrod [Croker] started our careers together and to share the award together is very special," Papalii said.
"When you go on that field, you don't play for accolades, you don't go on to play for this medal, you go on to do your best. But to be recognised by your peers, that's the best honour you can receive."
The pair's attention now turns to Saturday's sold-out elimination final against Cronulla, and Wighton said his side was ready to avoid a 2016-type ambush when the Sharks upset Canberra in the capital.
"It definitely won't be an ambush because we know they're going to be tough, if they beat us they're just a better team and we're going to do everything to stop that," Wighton said.
"We know they're coming down here full of fire, they've got some great leaders, [Andrew] Fifita and Wade [Graham], and they're bringing Jesse Ramien and those guys back off the rest so they're going to be firing."
CANBERRA RAIDERS AWARD WINNERS
Mal Meninga Medal: Josh Papalii and Jack Wighton
Rookie of the year: Semi Valemei
Coach's Award: Ryan Sutton
Clubperson of the year: Dunamis Lui
Welfare and Education award: Matt Frawley