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In the 1987 season, Hanley was awarded the Man of Steel award for being voted as the player who made the biggest impact during the season.

His achievements that year helped Wigan to their first league title in 27 years.

Hanley captained Great Britain against the 1990 Kangaroos, and although they pulled off a shock 19–12 win over Australia in the first test at Wembley with Hanley playing a prominent role, the Kangaroos would come back to win the second and third tests to extend their Ashes series streak over the Lions which dated back to 1973.

Prior to the arrival of the Kangaroos in England, Hanley's influence in the British game was shown.

He had to wait his time before gaining a regular first team place but in the early 1980s he emerged as one of the top players in the game.

In 1984–85, his last season with the club, Hanley became the first man to score more than 50 tries in a season since Alf Ellaby, and the first non-winger to reach this figure for 70 years.

He was awarded the Lance Todd Trophy for the man of the match.

For his performances throughout the season he was also awarded the Man of Steel award for the second time as a Wigan player, and the third time in his overall career.

1989 was also the year in which Hanley was awarded the Adidas Golden Boot, which was awarded to the world's most outstanding player.

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