Mick Sullivan was born on 21st January 1934, in Leeds, England.Signed to the professional game for Huddersfield in 1954, from the Shaw Cross amateur club of Dewsbury.
Mick a Pudsey lad (born in Leeds), was signed by Huddersfield
Mick made a record 46 appearances for Great Britain
In the other interviews conducted by the National Archive, with his contemporaries, they all to a man mention Mick as great winger, tackler,
As you will hear in the interview he was and still is full of devilish fun and you will understand the effect his character had on any team especially a touring team.
It is often said, that the opposition
Wigan signed Mick from Huddersfield for a then record £11,000 an amount double the existing record payment. He was later signed by St. Helens and went on to finish his career with York, Junee and Dewsbury.
He was no respecter of authority and had a few fall outs with the Rugby League hierarchy, he tells us, with a glint in his eye, about his record of being banned sine die, twice, by the RFL.
Sometimes controversial always fun a great team mate and a great great player rated as one of the best by his peers.
Below a Clip from Mick Sullivan's Interview
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