Defender Jarman Impey has led the way in Hawthorn's Round 8 coaches votes following his impressive performance on Sunday afternoon.

The experienced Hawk was outstanding in his side's upset win against the Western Bulldogs, finishing with a team-high 27 disposals and a game-high 12 marks - all at a 92.6 per cent disposal efficiency, resulting in him polling nine votes from the coaches.

Co-vice Captain Dylan Moore was ranked next best for the brown and gold, polling five votes after ending the day with 24 touches, eight marks, a game-high eight inside 50s and a goal. 

Captain James Sicily was applauded for his heroic performance which saw him see out the game after hurting his shoulder and rolling his ankle.

Alongside his match-winning goal, Sicily finished with 20 disposals, nine marks, and five intercept possessions going at an impressive disposal efficiency of 86 per cent.

After playing in a hybrid role in the Hawks defence and attack, Blake Hardwick was also recognised with his contribution on Sunday.

The reliable utility finished with 22 disposals, six marks and six intercept possessions. 

Rounding out the votes was midfielder Conor Nash who finished with a team-high eight clearances and a game-high nine tackles, showcasing his importance through the middle.  

The Hawks will now look ahead to their first Tasmanian home game of the season against St Kilda this weekend. 

View the full Round 8 coaches votes below.

Western Bulldogs v Hawthorn

9 - Jarman Impey 

9 - Marcus Bontempelli

5 - Dylan Moore

3 - James Sicily 

2 - Blake Hardwick

2 - Conor Nash