Adelaide trio Ebony Marinoff, Anne Hatchard and Sarah Allan have been named in the 2020 AFLW All-Australian Squad.

22-year-old Marinoff enjoyed another stellar season with the Crows, averaging 23.2 disposals, 5.2 marks and a Club-high 7.8 tackles per game.

The 2020 selection marks the fourth time in a row that Marinoff has been named in the All-Australian squad, making the final team in 2017 and 2019.

She is now the only Crow to have been named in the squad in every AFLW season.

Midfield dynamo Anne Hatchard enjoyed her best season in 2020, topping the League for disposals - 25.3 per game - to go with 5.7 tackles, 4.7 marks and a Club-high 11.8 contested possessions.

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Young defender Allan stepped up in the absence of Crows co-captain Chelsea Randall.

Allan grabbed 12.5 disposals at 80 per cent efficiency - the highest of any player with five or more touches per match.

She also finished the season with the third-most marks per game (3.5) behind Marinoff and Hatchard.

It was the third time Allan has been named in the 40-women All-Australian squad.

Announced on Friday, the 40-woman squad will be condensed to a final 21 players set to be announced at the W awards (date TBC).