The fans have spoken, and as voted by you, Luke Dunstan is this week’s Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round.

In just his second game of the year, the sturdy on-baller was instrumental in the victory over North Melbourne through his continuous effort and solid work-rate in the clinches.

Dunstan registered 26 disposals alongside a personal-best 13 tackles, seven clearances and eight score involvements by game's end.

The No. 7 achieved all while quelling the influence of the dangerous Ben Cunnington, who had just 11 disposals to his name at the major change.

Dunstan's arrival to the senior ranks comes after a blistering month at VFL level, which saw him average 37 disposals per game with eight goals across four matches to boot.

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RD11 | 'We've got to hold each other to account': Dunstan following Round 11 win

Luke Dunstan spoke to STK Media following our Round 11 win against North Melbourne

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Two votes go to Jack Steele, who was admirable in the midfield with 24 disposals (15 contested) and seven clearances.

The reliable co-captain nudged his side in the right direction off the back of his consistency, finishing strongly with 12 tackles and 10 score involvements.

Steele currently sits second for the most tackles in the league (81) behind Gold Coast's Hugh Greenwood (95).

Two votes go to Jack Steele. Photo: AFL Photos.

Brad Crouch rounds out the voting after another robust display through the middle.

The No. 5 ended his afternoon with 26 disposals (12 contested), four inside-50s, nine ground-ball gets and a goal to propel his side forward in the third term.

Combined with Steele and Dunstan, the trio collected 76 disposals, 35 tackles and 18 clearances.