Seán O'Sullivan (footballer)
|Irish name||Seán Ó Súilleabháin|
|Position||Right Half Forward|
|2002 - 2009
O'Sullivan won his first All-Ireland Senior Football Championship in 2006, after a comprehensive victory over Mayo side in the final on September 17, 2006 in Croke Park. Seán had an exceptional season, being responsible for many of the passes which made Kieran Donaghy a real threat to defences in 2006.
O'Sullivan was also a member of the Kerry squad that won its 36th All-Ireland Title in 2009. In December that year he announced his retirement from intercounty football.