Brisbane Lions forward Charlie Cameron has been rewarded for a standout 2023 season by being named in the AFL All-Australian team at tonight’s AFL Awards.

The electrifying goal-kicker booted an impressive 53 majors earning him his second All-Australian blazer, after first receiving the honour in 2019.

Cameron has been praised for his consistency this season after averaging 10 disposals with 64.2 per cent efficiency - as well as three marks, three tackles and two inside 50 entries per game.

His two best performances came in Round Six against the GWS GIANTS where he starred with a personal season-best seven goals, which surpassed his effort of six goals two rounds earlier against Collingwood.

Brisbane Lions General Manager Football, Danny Daly, said Cameron was very deserving of his place in the All-Australian team.

“Charlie has had a very consistent season and played a very important role in our team and in particular our forward line,” he said.

“Obviously Charlie has kicked plenty of goals which is what everyone looks at, but what has really impressed us about his game is his score involvements and his defensive pressure.

“The other area is his leadership which he has continued to build on and he really leads the way in our forward line.

“This is Charlie’s second All-Australian selection which is a fantastic achievement, and we are all very proud of.

“The Club is equally as proud of our co-captains Harris Andrews and Lachie Neale as well as Joe Daniher for being named in the initial squad.”