The votes are in, and as voted by you, Jack Steele is this week's Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round.

The St Kilda skipper was impressive up north as he led from the front in muggy and humid conditions at Cazaly's Stadium, applying pressure across the ground as he lay a game-high eight tackles.

While both Saints and Power players alike struggling to control the slippery footy, Steele's clean hands saw him grab 27 disposals and six clearances, as well as gaining 450 metres in a well-rounded display.

Second in the votes is Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera, who put together his best game of the season, exciting Saints fans with his foot skills, dash across the ground and composure with the footy in what was only his sixth on-field game of AFL footy.

The 18-year-old from Glenelg gathered 18 disposals, 15 of which were kicks, while also laying four tackles, pulling down four marks and finishing the match with 467 metres gained.

Taken with the 11th pick in the 2021 NAB AFL Draft, Wanganeen-Milera has shown promising signs since his on-field debut in Round 2, often due to his running prowess and pinpoint accuracy by foot.

Veteran Seb Ross rounds out the votes this week after another strong performance this season

The 28-year-old midfielder has been in fine touch so far in 2022, averaging 25 disposals per game, two up from his career average.

Saturday night was no different as Ross worked his way across the ground to snare 31 disposals, seven inside-50s and five clearances in the tropical conditions of Cairns.