The St George Illawarra Dragons have vowed to bounce back from Sunday's disappointment in 2020.
The Dragons were well below their best in their grand final defeat to the Broncos, with the side completing just 60 per cent of their sets.
St George Illawarra coach Daniel Lacey acknowledged his team was overwhelmed by the occasion, however he said the side will learn a lot from the experience.
"We've got a young team there, average age of 23," Lacey said. "We can't find any positives now, but in 24 hours, don't worry about that, I'll be over it, I'll be looking towards next year
"I'm really proud of this club and what it represents, especially in the women's space. We're the only that has five teams in this, some clubs don't want to put their hands up, but we are.
"We look forward to the review. We did a review last year, we came last last year and now we're in the grand final, that's what we'll be doing next year, going one better."
The 2019 season marked a significant improvement for the Dragons, with the side rising from last-place in 2018 to grand finalists this year.
With her side growing considerably throughout the four-week competition, St George Illawarra captain Kezie Apps said the team will take plenty of positives into 2020.
"Sometimes footy doesn't go your way," Apps said.
"We've got to learn from that, tomorrow we'll be over it and looking forward to next season and seeing what we can build with this club moving forward next year.
"Hopefully as Lace said, we can go one better."