VICE-CAPTAIN Ollie Wines has been voted by Port Adelaide's supporters as their best on ground from Sunday's win over St Kilda at Adelaide Oval.

The bullocking midfielder has enjoyed an impressive start to Port's 2021 campaign and was in fine touch against the Saints, also claiming the Peter Badcoe VC medal and a perfect 10 from the coaches in AFLCA Player of the Year voting for his ANZAC Day efforts.

Wines gathered a game-high 36 possessions, eight clearances, seven inside 50s and five tackles in an imposing display at the stoppages.

His maximum votes from the fans pushes him into second place on the Fans MG MVP leaderboard, just one vote shy of current pacesetter Aliir Aliir.

Also catching the voters' eye was wingman Karl Amon, who enjoyed a career-best outing against St Kilda.

Amon amassed a career-high 34 disposals - 26 in the first half alone - and 15 marks to go with a game-high 555 metres gained.

Rounding out the votes this week were captain Tom Jonas (3rd), Aliir (4th) and exciting debutant Martin Frederick (5th). 

This weekend Port Adelaide travel to Queensland to face Brisbane at the Gabba on Saturday evening.

Round 6 Fans MG MVP votes:

  1. Ollie Wines (5 points)
  2. Karl Amon (4 points)
  3. Tom Jonas (3 points)
  4. Aliir Aliir (2 points)
  5. Martin Frederick (1 point)