Arguably the most consistent player in the Super League era, Sean was named captain of the England national team in 2014 after another exceptional season.
A natural leader who has captained his hometown team since 2006, O’Loughlin was the obvious choice to take over the armband from Kevin Sinfield.
He made 23 appearances for the Warriors throughout 2014 and scored eight times, his fine form meriting inclusion in the Super League Dream Team for the fifth successive season.
O’Loughlin was also named as the Club’s Player of the Year, highlighting the impact that he had on guiding his team to a second successive Old Trafford appearance.
An outstanding and immensely consistent player who leads by example in each and every match, Lockers is an excellent distributor, brilliant organiser and robust defender.
He is not just feared but also respected by his opposition every time he steps onto the field.
Now approaching 350 Club appearances, O’Loughlin has lifted two Challenge Cups, two Super League Grand Final trophies and the League Leaders Shield during an illustrious 13 year career.
He celebrated his testimonial season in 2012 and signed a new three year deal on the eve of last year’s Grand Final. Upon hanging up his boots, O’Loughlin will link up with Shaun Wane on the Warriors’ coaching staff.
An incredibly passionate one Cub man, O’Loughlin progressed through the Warriors’ production line upon joining from Wigan St Pats.