Speedster Nicholas Hind has taken out best-on-ground honours according to the St Kilda faithful.
The clear winner of the Round 14 Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round, Hind stood tall on what was a dark day for the Saints, nailing three goals to poll nearly 50% of the voting.
Along with his straight treble, the 24-year-old mature-age recruit racked up eight score involvements, 21 pressure acts and four inside-50s.
Dan Hannebery earned two votes after impressing in his premier outing in red, white and black, collecting 27 disposals (11 contested) and showcasing his trademark toughness inside.
It was a promising first hit-out for the ex-Swan, and his ability to continue to lead at the coalface should have Saints fans excited about their new No. 10.
It's great to have you out there, Hanners. pic.twitter.com/De65BkcVts— St Kilda FC (@stkildafc) June 24, 2019
Young gun Rowan Marshall rounded out the voting, after the Portland product refused to yield all afternoon.
His 37 hit-out, five-tackle performance was the latest in a run of good games for the Saints’ newly re-signed big man.
St Kilda returns to host Richmond at Marvel Stadium this Sunday at 1.10pm for the fourth edition of Maddie’s Match.