Gold Coast SUNS captain Touk Miller has earnt his second Therabody All-Australian blazer in consecutive years after another outstanding individual season in 2022.
The honour comes after Miller was also announced as the AFL Coaches Association Champion Player of the Year earlier in the night at the AFL Awards.
After being named on the interchange in 2021, the 26-year-old was selected in the starting midfield for the 2022 Therabody All-Australian team.
Miller’s season deserves accolade, with the midfielder averaging 29 disposals, six tackles and eight clearances from his 22 games.
He ranked inside the top 10 in the AFL for a number of key statistics including clearances (2nd), contested possessions (3rd), disposals (7th) and tackles (8th).
Miller was named in the 44-person All-Australian squad alongside fellow captain Jarrod Witts who led the AFL in hitouts this season.