As voted by you, Tarni White is this week's Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round.

The energetic midfielder was in superb touch against Greater Western Sydney, finding her way across the ground to gather 17 disposals, seven tackles, five clearances and covering a game-high 427 metres.

White also booted a clutch goal in the dying stages of the game to give the Saints a slender four-point lead, but it wasn’t to be as her side fell to the Giants after the siren.

It is the second time this season that the 21-year-old was voted as the Sainter of the Round, the first coming after her Round 1 outing against Richmond.

Tilly Lucas-Rodd was a close second in the votes following her back-to-back Sainter of the Round performances.

It was another impressive outing for the 25-year-old Saint, who was a force in the middle as she snared 20 disposals and eight intercept marks, as well as laying 10 tackles.

Lucas-Rodd has been in tremendous form this season, with her past two games seeing the dynamic midfielder collecting 20 and 24 disposals apiece.

Caitlin Grieser rounds out the votes after the key forward grabbed 13 touches and booted an important major to put the Saints within a goal at Blacktown.

Grieser was constantly threatening whenever the Saints surged inside-50, smashing the packs and bringing the ball to ground that would create chances for her small forwards.