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

The 25-year-old was again brilliant as she led her side to their second straight win of the season – the first time St Kilda has done this in its short AFLW history.

In the Saints’ first game back at RSEA Park this year, Lucas-Rodd gathered 22 disposals, 12 clearances and 10 tackles against in Saturday’s nine-point win against the Cats.

Her 12-clearance display was just one short of Jasmine Garner’s record 13, and sits equal with the established Ebony Marinoff and Amy McDonald.

It is now the fifth time in nine games that the dynamic midfielder has been voted as the Sainter of the Round and the seventh time she has collected 20-plus disposals this season.

Lucas-Rodd was only brought into the club’s midfield mix a month before the season opener against Richmond, but has since thrived in the role with an average of 20 touches per game, seven tackles and four clearances per game.

Cat Phillips takes out the two votes after another impressive performance, with her experience once again important in repelling Geelong’s offensive.

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The AFLW veteran snared 19 disposals and seven intercepts across the afternoon, helping deliver the ball from the middle of the ground into the Saints’ forward-50.

Tarni White (17 disposals and five intercepts) rounds out the votes as the 21-year-old midfielder excited the crowd at RSEA Park with her dash and composure.

White has been an important member of St Kilda’s side throughout 2022, consistently polling Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round votes during the year.