Jason Horne-Francis' impressive showing against the Giants has earned him the MG MVP honours for Round 22. Image: AFL Photos.

TALENTED midfielder Jason Horne-Francis has been voted Round 22's MG MVP for his outstanding performance against the Giants. 

In one of the best performances of his young career, Horne-Francis racked up 27 disposals and scored an equal team-high three goals. He added five clearances and 531 metres gained in what was a well-rounded performance from the 20-year-old.

His clean hands and trademark hunger for the ball and already has him as a fan favourite in the eyes of the Port Adelaide faithful.

It is the young star's third MG MVP nod this year, currently sitting fifth on the MG MVP Leaderboard.

Coming in second place in this week's voting was fellow young gun Zak Butters.

Butters continued his career-best season with a game-high 34 disposals and seven clearances, once again proving influential around the ball.

He currently leads the MG MVP award and looks almost certain to take out the honour in 2023.

Rounding out the votes in Round 22 were Miles Bergman (three goals), Ollie Wines (29 disposals) and Sam Powell-Pepper (five tackles and a goal). 

Port Adelaide will next travel to Western Australia to face an in-form Fremantle on Sunday afternoon.

Round 22 MG MVP votes

1. Jason Horne-Francis 
2. Zak Butters
3. Miles Bergman
4. Ollie Wines
5. Sam Powell-Pepper