|Irish name||Buadhach Ó Scorlóg|
|Position||Left half forward, Midfield|
Kingscourt, County Cavan
|Died||21 June 2004 (age 80)
Kilmainhamwood, County Meath
Sherlock was a versatile footballer. He played left half forward with Meath winning the 1945/46 National Football League beating Wexford 2-2 to 6 pts and he won a Leinster Senior Football Championship medal in 1947. He then transferred to Cavan where he formed a brilliant midfield partnership with Phil 'The Gunner' Brady and scored a goal against Mayo in the 1948 Final. Phil Brady become his brother-in-law in 1953. He won his 2nd National Football League medal in 1949/50 season. He collected 4 Railway Cup medals with Ulster.
Sherlock received many Ulster handball championship medals and one Junior All-Ireland singles medal in 1949.
Victor Sherlock died at Kilmainhamwood Nursing Home at the age of 80 on 21 June 2004.
- All-Ireland Senior Football Championships: 2
- 1948, 1952
- Railway Cups: 4
- 1947, 1950, 1956, 1960
- National Football League: 1
- Ulster Senior Football Championships: 5
- 1948, 1949, 1952, 1954, 1955
- Cavan Senior Football Championships: 2
- 1954, 1961