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

While not as proficient by foot as other weeks, the half-back still finished as one of the Saints' most influential players against the Lions with 30 disposals, eight rebound-50s and 639 metres gained to his name.

Sinclair was given plenty of opportunities to get his hands on the ball as St Kilda's defence was worked overtime in the second half (33-16 inside-50s), but slogged it out just as hard offensively through his running to create space and facilitate chains heading into attack.

The long-sleeved Saint handled a sizeable share of his side's kick-outs at the Gabba, helping him edge into the 30-possession mark for the fourth consecutive week and fifth time in 2022.

Sinclair's past month has rocketed him into potential Best & Fairest and All-Australian honours come season's end, charting as elite for total disposals (335), rebound-50s (60), effective disposals (255) and metres gained (6574) to hold the No. 1 ranking in each category for the Saints this year.

Round 13 v Brisbane

Round 13 v Brisbane

Two votes go to Brad Crouch, whose gruelling efforts in the midfield didn't go by unnoticed.

Crouch ended his evening with 26 disposals (16 contested), a game-high 10 tackles and five inside-50s to spur St Kilda's engine room on, working tirelessly alongside Seb Ross in the scrappy affair at the Gabba.

The No. 5 played just shy of 90 per cent game-time (up from his yearly average of 83 per cent), with his contest work particularly crucial as the visitors found themselves down to just two rotations in the final following injuries to Mitch Owens (concussion), Daniel McKenzie (concussion) and Zak Jones (hamstring).

Jimmy Webster collects the final votes from Round 13, putting together a strong sequel entry from last year's game against Brisbane.

The 28-year-old squared off with Charlie Cameron once again in another under-the-radar battle for most of the evening, keeping the All-Australian small forward to 10 touches and a goal while collecting 18 touches and eight intercepts of his own.

Webster's courage in coming off his man to impact contests further up the ground stood out most, with once instance culminating in the first goal of the game through Max King.

Jimmy Webster evades Zac Bailey to pick up another intercept possession. Photo: Corey Scicluna.