The fans have spoken, and as voted by you, Jack Steele is this week’s Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round.
The captain was crucial in the Saints’ valuable 28-point victory over West Coast, polling over 65% of the fan’s vote this week in what was a career-best display.
Steele set the tone for his team, racking up a mammoth 40 disposals at over 80% efficiency, working well in the engine room alongside Brad Crouch (31 disposals) and Seb Ross (27 disposals) to get the job done over the Eagles.
The No. 9 led from the front in a relentless four-quarter effort, finishing the game strongly with 11 clearances, six inside-50s and eight tackles.
101-gamer Dan Butler secures the two votes this week after a career-high five goal statement.
Kicking the first of the day and then two in the final quarter when it counted, the small forward amassed 14 disposals, seven score involvements and four inside-50s.
Butler seemed to be at the right place at the right time when it counted, his pressure in attack electric alongside Jack Higgins (six score involvements) and Ben Long (20 pressure acts).
Marcus Windhager rounds out this week’s voting after an eye-catching performance in just his 14th AFL game.
The 19-year-old tamed Tim Kelly when tasked with a tagging role, while also collecting 23 disposals, a game-high 532 metres gained and seven inside-50s.