The fans have spoken, and as voted by you, Hannah Priest is this week's Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round.
The St Kilda skipper was a steadying influence against Collingwood, collecting 16 disposals, nine intercepts and two rebound-50s in what was a busy display at half-back.
After the Magpies registered an unanswered 3.5 (23) to open proceedings, Priest led the Saints' fightback at Victoria Park as her young side would only lose the final three quarters by six points after falling behind early in the game.
Cat Phillips takes the two votes with the No. 35 grabbing a team-high 20 disposals, 11 kicks and seven intercepts in a sound display between the arcs.
The former co-captain was resolute in the middle of the ground and was a key part in getting the Saints back on track in the second half.
Fighting hard alongside Phillips in the engine room was Olivia Vesely, who rounds out the votes for this week.
The tenacious midfielder has been solid in her return to the elite level since injuries sidelined her last season, putting together sturdy performance of 15 disposals, four marks and four inside-50s on Saturday.
It followed on from her 16-disposal game last week against Richmond, Vesely's first AFLW game in 664 days.