The fans have spoken, and as voted by you, Brad Crouch is this week’s Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round.

The midfield bull was a force in St Kilda's engine room on Sunday, dominating in the middle as the Saints sent fans home happy with an impressive Maddie's Match victory over the Tigers at Marvel Stadium.

Crouch finished the game with 29 disposals, 11 clearances, nine tackles and a goal in a best-on-ground display, with his efforts seeing him awarded the Ian Stewart Medal.

In the final quarter alone, the 28-year-old grabbed nine touches, four clearances and two tackles to see St Kilda turn a four-point deficit at three-quarter time into a 33-point win.

It has been a productive start to 2022 for the former Crow, who is averaging 28 disposals and seven tackles per game as he continues to establish himself as an important cog to the Saints’ setup.

Second in the votes is Jack Sinclair, whose connection between the midfield and forward line proved vital alongside his 24 disposals, 11 contested possessions and six intercepts.

The 27-year-old was once again used on both the inside and outside of stoppage, with his damaging speed and run and carry on full display early in the match to set up Jack Higgins' first goal of the day.

Despite the runner-up at last year's Trevor Barker Award establishing his place as a sure-footed half-back in 2021, this season has seen Sinclair spend time predominantly on-ball alongside Jade GreshamJack Steele and Crouch.

From the opening three matches of the season, the No. 35 has averaged 25 touches and 336 metres gained to provide the Saints' on-ball outfit an important point of difference.

Finishing off the votes is Max King, who once again took control late in the game to turn the tide in the Saints favour.

After a quiet start to the game, the No. 12 flipped the game on its head as he exploded with four goals and six marks in a dominant forward display.

It is now the second time in as many weeks that King has broken out in a frenzied performance late in the contest, with his outing of four majors in the second half against Fremantle out west mirroring his outstanding display on Sunday against the Tigers.