The football word continues to be impressed by Bunbury cousins Neville and Lewis Jetta who have shone brightly in recent weeks in the AFL.
Neville Jetta, who plays for the Melbourne Demons, has been named as one of 40 players in the All-Australian squad.
Neville, who has never made the squad before, played 22 games in 2017, racking up 151 kicks, 94 marks, 164 handballs and 68 tackles.
Despite being a defender, he also managed three goals.
In the race to be selected for the final All-Australian team, Neville has been named alongside some of the competition’s best defenders including Sam Docherty, Jeremy Howe and Elliot Yeo.
The final team of 22 will be named on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Lewis Jetta is set to play in the AFL finals series after the West Coast Eagles scraped into the finals with a round 23 win over minor premiers, the Adelaide Crows.
Lewis looked to struggle for possession early in the clash but hit his straps at just the right time in the final term. In a blistering fourth quarter, he racked up eight kicks, four marks, two tackles, four inside-50s and two rebound-50s.
He then weaved through traffic to kick an impressive goal to seal the 15.10.100 to 10.11.71 point victory.
A fortnight ago, the former premiership player with the Sydney Swans was joined by his family at Domain Stadium to celebrate his 150th AFL game with an Eagles win over Carlton.