The fans have spoken, and as voted by you, Jack Steele is the Round 11 Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round.
The remarkable individual season continues to gather speed for the No. 9, who amassed a team-high 25 disposals (13 contested), five clearances and five inside-50s to lead the Saints' midfield brigade.
Steele's unrelenting efforts at the coalface and damaging ball-use made for yet another mature display, with the Saints determined to secure the rising young gun's signature.
The red-hot midfielder has polled votes in eight of a possible 11 games so far in 2020, with his latest three-vote haul extending his lead on top of the Sainter of the Round leaderboard.
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Debutant Jack Bytel impressed in his first outing in red, white and black, earning two votes for his promising performance against an experienced Cats outfit.
Touted as a top 10 pick early in his draft year, the No. 23 put in an eye-catching shift in the midfield in his long-awaited maiden senior appearance.
Bytel won five clearances and 18 disposals, but it was his team-high seven score involvements that had Saints fans most excited.
Rounding out the votes this week is late call-up Ed Phillips, whose brace of goals within a minute piled on the pressure.
The first - a long bomb from outside 50m - came off the back of an astute crumb, before a classy snap on the run just 23 seconds later took his senior career tally to three.
St Kilda will look to make amends on Sunday afternoon against Essendon.