The fans have spoken, and as voted by you, Hunter Clark is the Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round from Friday’s semi-final.

The emerging midfielder battled hard through the Tigers’ press, amassing 17 disposals, six inside-50s and 382 metres gained with his trademark composure.

Clark was moved on-ball in the second half to provide the Saints a significant lift, built largely off his through his slick ball movement and ability to win the ball in the clinches.

Friday night’s performance marks his third best-on-ground performance for the fan-voted Dare Sainter of the Round, with this week’s nod moving him to equal-third on the leaderboard alongside Paddy Ryder.

Clark ends his 18-game season in St Kilda's top-three for defensive-half pressure acts, ground-ball gets and effective disposals, and is in line for a strong polling at tonight’s Trevor Barker Award.

Two votes go to Jack Steele, who joined Clark in his tireless efforts through the midfield.

The All-Australian’s characteristic display came complete with 25 disposals (12 contested) at 88 per cent efficiency, four clearances and four tackles, all with added attention from the Tigers’ brigade.

Trademark Jack Steele.

Steele’s chart-topping season closes with leading honours for St Kilda’s disposals, contested possessions, clearances, tackles, pressure acts, inside-50s and score involvements.

A maiden Trevor Barker Award could add to that sensational season by tonight, which to date has already featured a string of league-wide accolades and due recognition.

Rounding out this week’s voting is Nick Coffield, who continued his fine run of form against the reigning Premiers.

The 20-year-old was again superb in the air, reeling in game-high nine marks (four intercepts) to go alongside his 17 disposals and four rebounds.

Coffield lined up for every game post-restart and finished the condensed home-and-away season as just one of five players to take over 100 marks.

The emerging defender closed out his career-best campaign as St Kilda's leading intercept player (marks and possessions) and earned selection in the AFL Players' Association 22Under22 side.