Star Richmond duo Monique Conti and Eilish Sheerin have rounded out their sensational seasons with selection in the final AFLW All-Australian team for 2023.

Announced at Monday night's W Awards, Conti was selected for a stunning fifth All-Australian honour, while Sheerin remarkably made it back-to-back selections in her first two years in the competition.

Conti, who was named in the centre, played in all 10 matches of the 2023 season, averaging 28.5 disposals, 7.3 clearances, 418 metres gained, 5.8 tackles, and 3.5 score involvements per game.

Leading the league for clearances this season, the 23-year-old midfielder cemented herself as one of the AFLW's very best, ranking fourth for disposals and fifth for metres gained.

The decorated Tiger also featured in the All-Australian line-up in 2019, 2021, 2022 S6 and 2022 S7.

Sheerin backed up her stellar debut campaign in Season Seven with another dominant year and a second All-Australian selection.

Positioned at half-back in the prestigious side, the 31-year-old averaged 16.8 disposals, 357 metres gained, 5.3 tackles, two intercept marks, and 2.1 clearances across her 10 games.

The hard-running, explosive Tiger was ranked second in the league for intercept possessions, metres gained by a defender, and eighth for intercept marks.

Conti (four times) and Sheerin (twice) are two of just four Richmond AFLW players to have previously been named in the AFLW All-Australian team in the Club's opening five seasons in the league, with Katie Brennan (2021 and 2022 S6) and Courtney Wakefield (2022 S7) also former representatives.


The 2023 All-Australian Panel consists of Nicole Livingstone (Chair), Andrew Dillon, Laura Kane, Jason Bennett, Kelli Underwood, Sarah Black, Katie Loynes, Narelle Smith, and Megan Waters.