Who will be crowned the best? Watch the W Awards from 7pm AEST

CARLTON onballer Maddy Prespakis could make history tonight as the first teenager to claim the AFLW best and fairest award.

The 19-year-old already pocketed a second Blues club champion gong in as many seasons but faces stiff competition for the top honour at the W Awards.

Carlton club champion Maddy Prespakis with her Toyota AFLW AA Award. Picture: Michael Willson

Collingwood's Jaimee Lambert, Demon Karen Paxman – this year's All-Australian captain – Fremantle's Kiara Bowers and Kangaroo Jasmine Garner loom as other leading contenders.

Garner won the AFL Coaches' Association Champion Player of the Year from Lambert but North Melbourne teammates Emma Kearney, Ash Riddell and Jenna Bruton could pinch votes from her.

Erin Phillips (2017 and 2019) and Kearney (2018) were crowned the League's best in the first three seasons.

All Australians (L-R): Sharni Layton (Collingwood), Karen Paxman (Melbourne), Kate Hore (Melbourne), Jaimee Lambert (Collingwood). Picture: AFL Photos, Michael Willson

This year's Rising Star will also be announced, with St Kilda's Georgia Patrikios, Blue Grace Egan and Bulldog Izzy Huntington among the top fancies.

The Toyota AFLW All-Australian team was revealed on Monday, with four-time selections Paxman and Kearney the captain and vice-captain, respectively. 

There were 11 debutantes, including young guns Alyce Parker, Olivia Purcell and Huntington, plus former Australian netballer Sharni Layton in just her second season.

Giant Rebecca Privitelli and Demon Kate Hore were this year's recipients of the AFLW Mark of the Year and Coates Hire Goal of the Year, respectively.

>> The W Awards will be held on Tuesday from 7pm AEST and broadcast on womens.afl, the AFLW app, AFL.com.au, the AFL Live Official App, Fox Footy and Kayo.