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Injuries again limited Dan Hannebery’s outings in Season 2020, but the Premiership Swan turned the corner at the right time as St Kilda approached its drought-breaking finals campaign.

Hannebery played the opening five matches of the year after overcoming a foot fracture, before a hamstring strain and a subsequent tendon tear forced the dynamic midfielder to return to Victoria for surgery.

Time on the sidelines and an extended recovery process away from the Noosa-ensconced Saints ultimately opened the door for a late season return.

Hannebery spent two weeks training in quarantine with Gary Ablett Jr and Shane Edwards before his Round 18 comeback against GWS in restricted game-time.

With his successful return in the bag, the triple All-Australian proved his experience the following fortnight against the Western Bulldogs – his 23rd final – with an influential 19 touches as the Saints held on for a scintillating triumph.

Hannebery was originally selected by Sydney with pick No. 30 in the 2008 National Draft, before heading back to his native Victoria to be with St Kilda at the end of the 2018 season.

Player Sponsor: Veronica Gardiner & Mary Summers

Dan Hannebery
Injuries again limited Dan Hannebery’s outings in Season 2020, but the Premiership Swan turned the corner at the right time as St Kilda approached its drought-breaking finals campaign.

Hannebery played the opening five matches of the year after overcoming a foot fracture, before a hamstring strain and a subsequent tendon tear forced the dynamic midfielder to return to Victoria for surgery.

Time on the sidelines and an extended recovery process away from the Noosa-ensconced Saints ultimately opened the door for a late season return.

Hannebery spent two weeks training in quarantine with Gary Ablett Jr and Shane Edwards before his Round 18 comeback against GWS in restricted game-time.

With his successful return in the bag, the triple All-Australian proved his experience the following fortnight against the Western Bulldogs – his 23rd final – with an influential 19 touches as the Saints held on for a scintillating triumph.

Hannebery was originally selected by Sydney with pick No. 30 in the 2008 National Draft, before heading back to his native Victoria to be with St Kilda at the end of the 2018 season.

Player Sponsor: Veronica Gardiner & Mary Summers

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Premiership Player
Years award won:
2012
St Kilda leadership group
Years award won:
2019
AFL Coaches' Association Champion Player of the Year
Years award won:
2015
All-Australian
Years award won:
2013, 2015, 2016
Sydney Swans vice-captain
Years award won:
2017
Sydney Swans leadership group
Years award won:
2016
Brett Kirk Medal
Years award won:
2015
Anzac Day Medal
Years award won:
2013
AFL Players' Association 22Under22
Years award won:
2012, 2013
Ron Evans Medal
Years award won:
2010
Sydney Swans Rising Star Award
Years award won:
2010
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