The fans have spoken, and as voted by you, Tilly Lucas-Rodd is this week's Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round.

In stifling conditions at Casey Fields, the determined midfielder was a standout for the Saints as she collected 22 disposals, gained 364 meters and laid nine tackles against an experienced Melbourne outfit.

As the experienced head in a relatively inexperienced side, Lucas-Rodd was influential in seeing St Kilda keep up with the Dees for a majority of the game, heading into defence in the last quarter to add some reinforcements to the backline.

Two votes go to new recruit Leah Cutting after the agile ruck pulled down 12 hit-outs to go with her 10 disposals and 10 tackles.

The 28-year-old rucked in tandem alongside Rhi Watt to combat the Demon's own ruck pairing of Lauren Pearce and Maggie Caris.

Cutting is in her first season at the club since moving across from Norwood in the SANFLW, where she played with skipper Hannah Priest and Tahlia Meyer.

Rounding out the votes is Bianca Jakobsson, with the key defender picking up 17 disposals and seven tackles in a dogged display down back.

The former Demon was resolute in defence against her old side, clunking eight intercept marks to keep the Melbourne forwards at bay.

Jacobsson fought hard alongside her skipper in Hannah Priest throughout the game as they clamped down on the Dees to keep them to just three goals at the final break.