The fans have spoken, and as voted by you, Tim Membrey is the Round 6 Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round.

Membrey registered three goals in Saturday's match against Fremantle, including one in the final term to kickstart St Kilda’s last-gasp charge.

The key forward got the visitors rolling in the first term off the back of a 50m penalty, before putting through another in the Saints' opening-quarter blitz.

Following his three-goal bag, Membrey sits one behind Dan Butler (10) in the club's goalkicking tally for Season 2020.

Membrey closed his afternoon with 11 disposals, six marks (two contested) and six score involvements alongside his three goals to be one of the Saints’ better players on the day.

Jack Steele joined Membrey as one of St Kilda’s most determined contributors, securing two votes for his consistent efforts through the midfield.

The No. 9 notched up 22 disposals (10 contested), six inside-50s and four clearances to carry on his solid form from last week.

Steele spent time on Nat Fyfe in the opening half, before piecing together an eight-disposal final term (100 per cent efficiency) to almost will the Saints over the line.

Callum Wilkie rounds out this week’s voting, with his reliable hand down back a welcome sight for the red, white and black.

Callum Wilkie gets the Saints out of danger. Photo: Corey Scicluna.

The 24-year-old operated at his usual high efficiency (89 per cent) to chalk up 18 touches, seven rebounds and a team-high 522 metres gained.

St Kilda will look to bounce back this Monday against the Crows at Adelaide Oval.