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FEATURE: 100 Games up for Little Champ O’Sullivan

Vice-Captain Tom O’Sullivan will run out for the 100th time in his beloved Borough colours this Sunday at Box Hill City Oval.

In a fixture that has an uncanny knack of throwing up a milestone game having played host to Toby Pinwill’s 200th Senior appearance last year, the season-shaping clash against the Hawks will take on special meaning for ‘Toss’ now too.

Originally from Caulfield Grammarians, the 27-year-old midfielder came to the Borough in season 2013 and has seemingly raced to such a significant milestone.

In that five-season timeframe, O’Sullivan has also racked up some incredible accolades, which read as among the best individual footballing resumes in the VFL competition.

To go with his three selections in the VFL Team of the Year (2014/2016/2017), he has also finished top 5 in the club’s Best and Fairest voting for the past four successive years.

He also claimed the Frank Johnson Medal as the Best on Ground for Victoria in the State Game against Western Australia at North Port Oval in 2017.

When reflecting on his individual journey so far, O’Sullivan said that “consistency of performance” was always something he had prided himself on.

However, he was quick to single out the 2017 Grand Final win over Richmond (pictured, below) as the “biggest highlight” of his illustrious career to date.



O’Sullivan played a pivotal role in that game too, amassing the ball with typical aplomb, and also scrapping a kick forward in the dying minutes that lead to Mitch Wooffindin’s famous match-winning goal.

“With 100 games at such a fantastic club now alongside the Premiership from last year, it really makes it feel like my home and I will always be able to come back for many years after I retire,” he said.

He said he made some lifelong friends in his career spent at the club too, none more so than his teammates, his long-time coach Gary Ayres, and of course, the Borough’s loyal base of supporters.

“The club is a perfect fit for me, I enjoy and love the people within it,” he said.

“We have a special supporter group who dedicate themselves to us as players week in, week out.”

“A special shout out needs to go to Leanne Addicoat (Johnson) too, who is best Player Sponsor you could ask for!”

O’Sullivan also singled out Ayres as being “massive” for both the club and his own personal career to date.

“The best thing about Gary is that he will play anyone based on form and never on how big of a name they are,” he said.

“Back in 2013 and 2014, our side was stacked with some big names through the midfield, but he gave me a chance ahead of some of those guys; and that gives you the confidence to play good footy at VFL level.”

Despite taking time to reflect on what’s been and gone, O’Sullivan’s focus was firmly on what’s ahead of the current playing group for the remainder of season 2018.

He said that despite a couple of narrow and frustrating losses, the next few weeks will determine how strongly the club can push for back-to-back Flags.

“The season is well and truly alive for another run at the Premiership,” he said.

“During the next six weeks we play teams around us on the ladder, so it’s in our hands as to whether we set ourselves up for a top 4 finish. That will give us the best opportunity to go back-to-back.”

As one of the more experienced players on the list, O’Sullivan said that, as well as continuing to play consistent football – it was a personal goal of his to “pass on what the older Borough boys passed on to me when I first arrived at the club: what it’s like to be part of a club like Port Melbourne and how to keep the traditions going.”

“The club has given me way more than I ever thought I’d get from joining a footy club,” he said.

“I will always call it home.”

On behalf of the Port Melbourne Football Club, we would like to wish Tom all the very best in his milestone game this Sunday against the Box Hill Hawks.

Action will get underway at 2:00pm at Box Hill City Oval.

Article: Sam Wharton.

Image credits – Michael Dodge/AFL Media/Getty Images.