John Lack O'Sullivan
|Irish name||Seán Lack Ó Súileabháin|
|Born||County Cork, Ireland|
|Cork titles||1 U-21
The Adrigole GFC clubman was one of key players that won the Cork Junior Football Championship in 2002, but died in November 2002 before the final from a cardiac condition while swimming. He played for his divisional side Beara GAA that won the Cork Under-21 Football Championship in 1997 and has also represented Cork GAA at underage level. John Lack played for the Ireland national Australian rules football team that won the 2002 Australian Football International Cup and kicked a goal in the final against Papua New Guinea. The Australian Rules Football League of Ireland Premiership Trophy is named in his honour.
- "A Tribute to John 'Lack' O'Sullivan". Archived from the original on 7 December 2002.
- "Acknowledgement and First Anniversary". Archived from the original on 20 November 2008.
- "Team Lists". Archived from the original on 28 July 2008.
- "Kennelly and O'hAilpin steer Leeside to Irish flag". 24 September 2007.
- "John Lack Memorial Game". Archived from the original on 20 December 2003.
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