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

The skipper led from the front in Friday night’s loss to Carlton, topping the stats sheet to earn Sainter of the Round for the fourth time this season.

Despite the disappointing result, Steele continued his consistent run of form, as he collected 36 disposals (19 contested) and an equal season-high 14 tackles.

The 25-year-old on-baller was influential throughout, ending his night with eight clearances, eight score involvements and two goal assists.

Max King comes in second this week off the back of his four-goal display at Marvel Stadium.

Backing up his six goals against the Eagles, King kicked three out of his four majors within the first quarter and collected 10 disposals and three marks by the final siren.

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Max King picks up where he left off last week, notching two early goals after some strong marks on the lead

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Coming in third place is Cooper Sharman, who took to the field in St Kilda colours for the first time as he replaced an injured Dougal Howard after half-time.

Debuting last week as the medical sub, the second gamer kicked two goals and took four marks in his first half of AFL.