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Galway, Ireland (1985-01-04) |Finian Hanley Wikipedia
Finian Hanley (born 4 January 1985 in Galway) is a Gaelic footballer from Galway. He is currently a member of the Galway senior football team. He plays in the full-back position.
In 2005, Hanley was a member of Galway's Under-21 All-Ireland winning team, winning the final against Down with inspired performances from Michael Meehan, Barry Cullinane and club team-mate Seán Armstrong.
After being a key figure in Galway's successful Minor and Under-21 teams of recent years, Hanley made his Senior debut against Mayo in the 2005 Connacht SFC Final. He has since made the full-back position his own, winning two Connacht titles, in 2005 and 2008.
Hanley was a part of Salthill-Knocknacarra's triumphant All-Ireland Club Championship winning side in 2006. They defeated St. Galls of Antrim in the final by 0-07 to 0-06. Hanley was named Man Of The Match for his performance, repelling several of the Antrim side's attacks.
In 2008, he represented Ireland against Australia in Australia in the International Rules Series in which they won.
In 2010, he was vice captain of the Irish team in the International Rules Series in Ireland in which they lost out narrowly.
In 2011, he was chosen to represent his country once more
In 2013, he was chosen to represent his country again but a hamstring tear destroyed his hopes of representing his country.Galway Senior Football Championship (2): 2005, 2012
Connacht Senior Club Football Championship (1): 2005
All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship (1): 2006
Connacht Under-21 Football Championship (1): 2005
All-Ireland Under-21 Football Championship (1): 2005
Connacht Senior Football Championship (2): 2005, 2008
FBD Insurance League (3): 2006, 2008, 2009
Man of The Match All-Ireland Club Final (1): 2006
International Rules (4): 2008, 2010, 2011, 2013