A FOOTBALLER who grew up playing in the Western Region is now the only player in the AFLW's six-year history to become a six-time All-Australian.
Hamilton export Emma Kearney was named in the team on Tuesday night after a standout season for North Melbourne.
Kearney was also named captain of the side. First-time All-Australian Hayley Miller - Fremantle's skipper - was named as her deputy.
The experienced Kangaroo was named on half-back.
It came after Kearney averaged 19 disposals a game.
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