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2000th Player Set to Don the Red and Blue

Thomas O’Sullivan (separate player from vice-captain Tom O’Sullivan) has joined the official 2018 playing list and will now write his place in history tomorrow when he becomes the 2000th Senior player to play for the Port Melbourne Football Club against Essendon.

O’Sullivan – affectionately named ‘Toss Junior’ – will make his debut for the Borough when he plays as 23rd Man in the crucial clash with the Bombers.

O’Sullivan was officially listed with the club last season, but has been plying his trade with his home club of Kyneton in the Bendigo Football League since then.

In his five games with Kyneton this year, he has booted 12 goals playing predominantly as a high half-forward flanker; and Port fans can expect him to fulfil a similar role with his new side tomorrow.

He said he was obviously unaware of the unique slice of history that we will be a part of, but dubbed it a “huge honour”.

“It’s an honour to be part of a club with such great history,” he said.

O’Sullivan has battled several injury setbacks over the past couple of years, and guessed that he had clocked up a staggering 2000 hours in rehab as a result. He described it as an ongoing “wreck”.

An adductor injury, osteitis pubis and a hip arthroscope were all part of Tom’s luckless run, and, having chalked up his five games with Kyneton, he simply said it was “good to be back.”

Port Melbourne Coach Gary Ayres has seen enough in O’Sullivan to persist with him through the past 12 months, and said that the 19-year-old had well and truly earnt his opportunity.

In similar vein, O’Sullivan said he was “so grateful” that Ayres had persisted with him through the challenges.

“Last year was obviously amazing for the club with the journey that the boys went on to Premiership success, and it’s great for me to now be a part of our story”.

Since 1874, 1,999 players have represented the club at VFA/VFL Senior level; and the most eagle-eyed of supporters may have noticed that the 2,000 ‘milestone’ was fast-approaching when a comprehensive spreadsheet listing of all players was publicised on the website earlier in the year. View the list HERE.

We congratulate Tom on his debut and wish him all the very best for tomorrow – the start of what we hope will be a long and prosperous career to the club.

Main Image: Kyneton’s Tom O’Sullivan (left) gets wrapped up by Gisborne’s Clinton Young. Credit: Josie Hayden.

Article: Sam Wharton.