Cabramatta five-eighth Raecene McGregor is now a premiership winner.
McGregor, who helped the Two Blues finish eighth in the NSW Women's Premiership, teamed up with Jillaroos halfback Ali Brigginshaw to deliver Brisbane their second straight NRL Women's Premiership with an emphatic 30-6 win against St George Illawarra on Sunday.
The victory was extra sweet for McGregor who wore the Red V in their inaugural campaign last year.
McGregor's outstanding solo effort where she danced between three Dragons defenders to slam the ball down set the tone for the match.
She was also unlucky not to have a try assist on the stroke of half-time.
She hung a kick up for Meg Ward, with the winger catching and touching down in the corner, only for the video referee bunker officials to disallow the try for a questionable obstruction.
The second half was dominated by Brisbane.
Brisbane extended their lead to 12-0 with a penalty goal before sealing the result with a try to Julia Robinson 10 minutes into the second half.
Tries to Chelsea Lenarduzzi and Amber Pilley put Brisbane out to a 30-0 lead before Dragons captain Kezie Apps barged over from close range for a consolation try.