|DOB||14th Mar 1991|
|Junior Club||Mackay Brothers|
|Debut||2014: Round 1 vs Brisbane|
Pat O'Hanlon a Mackay Brothers junior, was signed by Parramatta after being selected for Queensland U/18's & Australian schoolboys. Dominating in 2010 and 2011.
Pat made his NRL debut in round 17, 2011 against the
Brisbane, coming off the bench to play centre for the injured Jacob
Loko. Pat played nine games in his debut season for Parramatta as the club
narrowly avoided the wooden spoon. Parramatta defeated the Gold Coast in the
final round of the regular season at Cbus Super Stadium to avoid the dreaded
Pat scored his first try in round 3, 2012 against the North Queensland Cowboys. He played 2 games for Parramatta in the 2012 NRL season as the club finished last for the first time since 1972. The following year, he played 9 games as Parramatta finished last for a second consecutive year.
Pat signed with the Bulldogs for the 2014 NRL season.
Pat made his debut for the Bulldogs off the bench in round 1 of the 2014 season.
In the first week of the 2014 NRL finals series, he suffered a compound left leg fracture. After playing a handful of games in the NSW Cup in 2015, he struggled to gain enough strength to play with confidence.
In June 2016 it was revealed that Pat, under the guidance of his treating Doctor, was medically retired from the game completely.