It's once again time to cast your vote for this week's Tribal Performance Player of the Round.

Tackling was the order of the day in Saturday's Round 5 fixture against the Demons with Alison Drennan leading the charge in that category for the SUNS, finishing with 10 tackles to go with 15 disposals and four clearances.

Jamie Stanton was the only SUNS player to get her hands on the ball more than Drennan. The tough midfielder racked up 16 touches and worked hard all afternoon, finishing off a swift end-to-end move in the final term.

Charlie Rowbottom continues to impress in her maiden AFLW season. The 18-year-old had a team-high five clearances to go with 10 touches, keeping the intensity up off the ball as well with six tackles.

Kalinda Howarth was superb in a variety of roles, starting the match deep in defence before sliding forward throughout. She kicked a superb small forward's goal in the final term and accumulated 11 disposals.

Sarah Perkins continued to be a key cog in the SUNS' forward line, creating havoc when the ball was in her vicinity and getting involved in two scoring plays.

Who's your vote for the Round 5 Tribal Performance Player of the Round?