Outside left Thomas Corrin was born in Liverpool in 1880 and began his career with hometown club Everton in 1900, making his Football League debut at Sunderland that December and appearing 3 times in his debut season before a brief spell with Portsmouth in 1901, returning to Goodison Park in 1903. In 1903-04 he made 9 further appearances for Everton, before he joined Reading in the 1904 close season, spending a single season at Elm Park before signing for Plymouth Argyle in the summer of 1905.
Corrin was a regular member of the team in his first season at Home Park and was described by the 1906-07 club handbook as “a strong player, needs continuous plying with the ball to produce his best. His many admirers will be pleased to hear his injured knee is quite recovered”. Presumably his knee may not have been as strong as hoped as he made just two appearances in his second season with Argyle and left at the end of the campaign to join Millwall after 5 goals in 50 appearances. He went on to finish his career with a spell back at Elm Park, re-joining Reading later in 1907.