North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos captain Emma Kearney has been named an All Australian player for the eighth time, alongside teammates Jasmine Garner and Ash Riddell.

Kearney was named at half-back when the 2023 AFLW All-Australian team was revealed at the W Awards on Monday night, extending her unique record of having earned the honour in every AFLW season to date.

In another stellar season, she was sixth in the league for intercept possessions and third for kicking efficiency, while leading the Roos into the club's first AFLW grand final.

Sunday's showdown with Brisbane will be Kearney's second experience on the AFLW's biggest stage, having won the 2018 premiership with the Western Bulldogs.

Garner added her sixth All Australian selection to a string of individual honours, including this season's AFLCA Champion Player Award.

She led the league for metres gained, and was second across the competition for disposals, contested possessions and clearances. She kicked 10 goals, averaged 30 disposals per game, 15.5 contested possessions, 542 metres gained, 7.1 clearances and 7.1 inside 50s.

Six-time All Australian Jas Garner at Monday night's W Awards

Riddell earned her third All Australian blazer, having previously been selected in 2020 and in season 6 last year.

Named on this year's interchange bench, she was the league's disposals leader, averaging 32 per game. She was also second for groundball gets and fourth for metres gained.

Three-time All Australian Ash Riddell at Monday night's W Awards

Defender Jasmine Ferguson missed out on the team after being nominated in the extended 42-player squad.