IT COULD be a night of celebration for Port Adelaide on Thursday, with veteran midfielder Travis Boak tipped to lead the 2020 AFL All-Australian side by our team of reporters.

A total of nine reporters have named their All-Australian teams, based on Tuesday's 40-man squad reveal, with three players from each of Collingwood, Geelong and West Coast all making the collective side.


Nic Naitanui pips Max Gawn for a ruck berth, Harris Andrews and Darcy Moore are named in the key defensive posts, while small forward trio Tom Papley, Liam Ryan and Dan Butler have all made the final cut.

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Boak was chosen to captain the side, with six of the nine reporters selecting the resurgent Port Adelaide onballer as their skipper. Coleman Medal winner Tom Hawkins has been named vice-captain after collecting two of the remaining three votes.

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If replicated when the actual All-Australian team is named on Thursday night, the side would feature 14 brand new faces receiving their first ever blazer.

A total of 10 players were chosen by all nine reporters to be in their final teams, including Andrews, Naitanui, Lachie Neale, Christian Petracca, Boak, Taylor Adams, Patrick Dangerfield, Jack Steele, Charlie Dixon and Hawkins. selection panel: Damian Barrett, Riley Beveridge, Sarah Black, Jourdan Canil, Mitch Cleary, Nat Edwards, Marc McGowan, Callum Twomey, Michael Whiting.