Liverpool born outside left Thomas Corrin began his senior football career with hometown First Division club Everton, making his Football League debut at Sunderland in December 1900, playing twice more for The Toffees during the 1900-01 season before joining Southern League club Portsmouth in the 1901 close season. However after two seasons at Fratton Park he returned to Goodison Park for a second spell with Everton in 1903, and scored his only goal in 9 further appearances for The Toffees in a win at Stoke in December 1903, joining Southern League club Reading the following summer.
After a season at Reading he moved to Plymouth Argyle in the 1905 close season where he 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 Athletic after 5 goals in 50 appearances for The Pilgrims. But his spell at The Deb was brief and he soon re-joined Reading later in 1907, which proved his final senior club before leaving the game.