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Will Sullivan
Sullivan
DOB
24/8/89
Height
202cm
Weight
94 kg
Junior club
Western Jets/Werribee JFC
Arrived
Pick 43 in the 2008 rookie draft
Number
Games
0
Departed
Delisted at the end of the 2010 season
Other clubs
Western Jets (TAC Cup) 2007
Perth (WAFL) 2008-2010
Werribee (VFL) 2011-2013
Footscray (VFL) 2014
Werribee Dist (Western Rgn FL) 2018

A project ruckman from Victoria, Will Sullivan's long-term prospects at West Coast took a dive when Nic Naitanui arrived at the club 12 months into his AFL career.

West Coast careerEdit

Allocated to Perth, Sullivan showed enough positive signs in his first two seasons to be offered a third year on the rookie list when the rules were changed at the end of 2009.

Unfortunately he was still unable to earn a call-up, and was not offered a senior spot after the 2010 season.

Post-AFL careerEdit

Sullivan returned to his hometown, signing with Werribee in the VFL.[1] He joined the Western Bulldogs' VFL team Footscray in 2014.[2] Sullivan appeared for local side Werrribee Districts in 2018.[3]

StatsEdit

AFL Gm G B K M H D T Cl WAFL Gm G B K M H D T
2008 0 Per 20 2 2 92 63 85 177
2009 0 20 8 1 90 70 75 165
2010 0 19 6 2 111 101 120 231 11

ReferencesEdit

http://www.wafl.com.au/players/view/2023

  1. Sam Landsberger, Herald-Sun (22 March 2011), "Travis Tuck to revive career in VFL": https://www.adelaidenow.com.au/sport/afl/tuck-to-revive-career-in-vfl/news-story/f2051bb0d48708a1fff94346132ec425?sv=788ba39efbd16b6fd11768184e79dfea
  2. westernbulldogs.com.au (20 January 2014), "Footscray welcomes key recruits": http://www.westernbulldogs.com.au/news/2014-01-20/footscray-welcome-key-recruits
  3. Lance Jenkinson, Star Weekly (16 May 2018), "Werribee Districts pip Hoppers Crossing": http://www.starweekly.com.au/sports/werribee-districts-pip-hoppers-crossing/
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