A game-breaking return to senior football has seen Jack Steven take out the Round 21 Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round.
The four-time Trevor Barker Award winner polled an overwhelming majority of votes to take home the fan-voted award.
Steven amassed 22 disposals, seven marks and three goals in his comeback game, with his last goal in the shadows of full-time allowing the Saints to stage one final assault forward.
Josh Bruce capitalised moments later to secure the win for the red, white and black.
It was a welcome return for the fan-favourite No. 3, who has taken time away from football to focus on his mental health.
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Coming in second place is Dan Hannebery, who similarly enjoyed a successful return after an extended period on the sidelines.
Two goals in the opening quarter had the premiership Swan poised for a big outing, with 23 disposals and three clearances to his name by the final siren.
Hannebery has lined up for just three games this season following a series of hamstring issues, but is determined to finish the season strongly in preparation for a massive 2020.
Stuv and Hanners were electric under the roof on Sunday afternoon.
Rounding out this week's voting is Hunter Clark, who once again highlighted his emergence as an elite, young talent of the competition.
The 19-year-old Mount Martha product again equalled his career-best 26 disposals, with his class off half-back and evasive skills through traffic on full display against Fremantle.
St Kilda will face Carlton at the MCG this Saturday at 1:45pm.