Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti and Darcy Parish are on track to become first-time All Australians this season, according to AFL.com.au.

Eight journalists across four states voted on the mid-year All-Australian team over the weekend, with the star Bombers duo among the 22 selected.

McDonald-Tipungwuti has been in career-best form, booting more goals than any other small forward to sit equal ninth in the Coleman Medal on 27 majors.

The deadly Don has also been the No.1 ranked player in the AFL this season for shot at goal accuracy (71.1 per cent), kicking 18.4 since round six. 

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Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti added to his impressive showreel of goals, with five stunners against the Pies.

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Parish has exploded since becoming a full-time midfielder in round three, claiming the Anzac Medal and Yiooken Award (Dreamtime in Perth) for his best-on-ground performances in the blockbusters, and surging into third position in the AFL Coaches Association's AFL Champion Player Award.

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Darcy Parish breaks Essendon's disposals record in a dominant display

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The 23-year-old has averaged 35 disposals and nine clearances since round three, including a club-record 44 disposals in Saturday night's loss to Richmond at Optus Stadium.

Check out AFL.com.au's mid-year All-Australian team below.

Backs: Jake Lever (MELB), Steven May (MELB), Tom Stewart (GEEL)
Half-backs: Christian Salem (MELB), Jacob Weitering (CARL), Daniel Rich (BL)
Centre: Hugh McCluggage (BL), Clayton Oliver (MELB), Jackson Macrae (WB)
Half-forwards: Darcy Parish (ESS), Taylor Walker (ADEL), Christian Petracca (MELB)
Forwards: Toby Greene (GWS), Harry McKay (CARL), Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (ESS)
Followers: Max Gawn (MELB), Marcus Bontempelli (WB), Tom Liberatore (WB)
Interchange: Harris Andrews (BL), Ollie Wines (PA), Jarryd Lyons (BL), Tom Hawkins (GEEL)