Another week and another three-vote performance has seen Dan Butler take out the Round 4 Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round.

It marks the second consecutive week the 24-year-old has earned the fan-voted award, with the ex-Tiger polling over 75 per cent of the total votes.

Butler slotted three goals against his former side, adding 14 disposals, seven score involvements and the Ian Stewart Medal to round out his stellar performance.

The dynamic Saint also snared a perfect 10 votes from the AFL Coaches’ Association for his Saturday night masterclass.

When the Tigers threatened to cut back St Kilda’s lead on multiple occasions throughout the match, the No. 16 was there to strike back and maintain the advantage.

Butler is set to celebrate his 50th match this Thursday night against Carlton.

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Two votes go to fellow forward Tim Membrey, who bagged three goals as St Kilda’s focal point going into attack.

Skunk was lethal in front of the big sticks and deadly in the air, reeling in a game-high seven marks, with five of those recorded inside-50.

Membrey polled second in the voting for the Ian Stewart Medal, with his powerful performance earning the maximum votes from legendary forward Jason Dunstall.

Rounding out this week’s voting is Jack Steele, whose fierce pressure and toughness in the clinches was exceptional against the reigning Premiers.

Steele chalked up a game-high 10 tackles in trademark fashion, maintaining the Saints’ inside grunt after Zak Jones was parked with hamstring tightness.

St Kilda will face Carlton on Thursday, 2 July on Thursday night at Marvel Stadium after its original Saturday afternoon timeslot was rescheduled