A trio of Saints are officially in the mix for All-Australian honours.

Jack Sinclair, Callum Wilkie and Rowan Marshall have been named in the 2023 All-Australian squad of 44 after playing starring roles in St Kilda's return to the finals.


Sinclair is gunning for back-to-back All-Australian honours, having received his first blazer at half-back last year.

The 28-year-old is a strong chance of retaining his place, stepping up another level this season and ranking elite for disposals, inside 50s, contested possessions, uncontested possessions, metres gained, ground ball gets, clearances, score involvements and pressure acts.

Wilkie, the AFL's leading intercept possession player in 2023, and Marshall, the AFL's most prolific ruckman with 20.1 touches per game, are each eyeing their first blazer.

The final 22-man All-Australian team will be announced at the AFL Awards on Wednesday night.

The official 2023 All-Australian selection panel is comprised of: Gillon McLachlan (chairperson), Kevin Bartlett, Eddie Betts, Jude Bolton, Nathan Buckley, Kane Cornes, Andrew Dillon, Glen Jakovich, Laura Kane, Cameron Ling and Matthew Pavlich.

2023 AFL ALL-AUSTRALIAN SQUAD: Oscar Allen, Noah Anderson, Harris Andrews, Nick Blakey, Marcus Bontempelli, Luke Breust, Zak Butters, Charlie Cameron, Stephen Coniglio, Patrick Cripps, Charlie Curnow, Josh Daicos, Nick Daicos, Joe Daniher, Jordan Dawson, Jordan de Goey, Tim English, Tom Green, Toby Greene, Errol Gulden, Daniel Houston, Luke Jackson, Kyle Langford, Nick Larkey, Tom Liberatore, Rowan Marshall, Dustin Martin, Zach Merrett, Darcy Moore, Lachie Neale, Jai Newcombe, Christian Petracca, Isaac Quaynor, Mason Redman, Connor Rozee, Luke Ryan, Caleb Serong, James Sicily, Jack Sinclair, Tom Stewart, Jack Viney, Taylor Walker, Jacob Weitering, Callum Wilkie.