The fans have spoken, and as voted by you, Hannah Priest is this week's Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round.

The skipper was persistent in defence at Wilson Storage Trevor Barker Beach Oval, gathering 24 disposals and 10 intercept marks in yesterday's narrow two-point loss.

Priest was involved early in the game, with the Eagles amassing 13-1 inside-50s by quarter-time, but the 29-year-old held firm to keep the West Coast forwards goalless in the second half. 

This is the second time Priest has been voted as Sainter of the Round this season following her then-best performance of 16 disposals and nine intercepts against Collingwood. 

Two votes go to fellow defender Bianca Jakobsson, who was steadfast down back alongside her captain as they reined in the Eagles after half-time.

The 28-year-old collected 13 disposals and five intercept marks, but the highlight was a huge spoil late in the third term that saw her take flight and prevent a mark inside-50.

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Small forward Jess Matin rounds out the votes, with the youngster booting a goal and grabbing 11 disposals in a spirited effort.

Slotting the first goal for the game, Matin looked consistently threatening whenever the ball entered the Saints' forward-50, something the Eagles would be used to after her three-goal outing against them last season.