McBain Laurie Image 1 St Johnstone 1927


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St Andrew’s, Fife born forward Laurie McBain began his senior football career with amateur club Queen’s Park, making his Scottish League debut at Hibernian in September 1924. McBain is best known for scoring six times in one game when he achieved this feat in a 7-1 win over Partick Thistle on 8th February 1927, and in the same year he was also selected for the Scotland Amateur team to play England, his only Scottish Amateur cap.

He finished at Hampden with a record of 21 goals in 44 League and Cup appearances for The Spiders, and following his time at Queen’s, McBain went on to play for St Johnstone, Raith Rovers and Dundee United. His career came to a sudden end when he suffered a broken leg playing for United against Arbroath in December 1933 after 3 goals in 15 appearances for them. Sadly McBain died in Dundee in September 1937 aged just 29.


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