RICHMOND'S dominance across the course of the season has been reflected in's 2018 Virgin Australia AFL All Australian team.

A total of 13 journalists across Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia, South Australia and Queensland voted for their All Australian teams following the 40-man squad announcement on Monday.

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Richmond spearhead Jack Riewoldt was selected as captain of the side, as one of three players to be named in all 13 teams, following a year where he won the Coleman Medal with 65 goals.

Riewoldt was joined by four Tiger teammates, with Alex Rance, Dustin Martin and Josh Caddy also included.

Hawthorn pair Tom Mitchell and Luke Breust were the only other players to be unanimously selected in all 13 All Australian teams. A further eight players were voted in 12 of 13 sides.

Max Gawn and Brodie Grundy were both named in's All Australian team, with nine of 13 selectors opting for Gawn over Grundy as their starting ruckman.

Of those to miss out, West Coast's Elliot Yeo and Richmond's Dylan Grimes received the most votes – though both were narrowly squeezed out by their counterparts.'s final team includes 10 inaugural All Australian members.

The official All Australian side will be revealed on Wednesday evening.