Kerr McInroy
Kerr McInroy
Kerr McInroy
• Kerr McInroy, 2022 (SMN)

born in Scotland

Kerr McInroy was born on Thursday, 31st August, 2000, in Dunfermline, Fife.

The 5' 11 (12st 2lbs) midfielder temporarily transferred to Kris Doolan's Thistle on Thursday, 3rd August, 2023, from his parent club, Kilmarnock.

Aged 22, he made his debut appearance on Saturday, 5th August, 2023, in a 2-2 draw at home to Raith Rovers in the SPFL Championship.

He scored his first two goals for Thistle on Saturday, 26th August, 2023, in a 3-1 win at home to Queen's Park in the SPFL Championship.

He scored the last of his 5 goals on Saturday, 10th February, 2024, in a 3-2 defeat at home to Livingston in the Scottish Cup.

He played his last game for the club on Tuesday, 14th May, 2024, in a 2-1 defeat at home to Raith Rovers in the SPFL Premiership play-offs, having appeared as a Jag on 39 occasions.

At May, 2024, his club-list included Celtic, Dunfermline Athletic, Airdrieonians, Ayr United, Kilmarnock and Partick Thistle.

Kerr McInroy's Summary Totals
appearances position won drew lost goals
League 32 13 11 8 4
Competitive 39 15 12 12 5
All Games 39 15 12 12 5

Bio Extra

A former Scotland youth international at multiple age levels, McInroy, a product of Celtic, made his senior debut while on loan with hometown team Dunfermline; he made 22 appearances for the Pars during the 20/21 term as they finished fourth in the Championship. The following season brought further loan moves at Airdrieonians and Ayr United where he scored six times in 26 games across the two spells, earning him a permanent move to Rugby Park. On 13 July 2022 he made his debut for Derek McInnes’ side as a late substitute against Thistle in the Premier Sports Cup before going on to score his first Killie goal against Montrose three days later.

At the time of signing for the Jags in early August 2023, Thistle gaffer Kris Doolan commented: “He’s a player who I think has a bit of everything – he can use the ball very well and has a great shot on him but also works hard and covers plenty of ground. Multi-faceted players like that are valuable to any team. At just 22 he’s got room to grow too so we want to give him the platform to go and do that. That being said, he’s already a fantastic player and I’m excited to be working with him this season.

Kerr made his Jags debut in our league opener against Raith Rovers. The midfielder went on to score his first Thistle goals in his next league appearance as we beat Queen’s Park 3-1. He finished the campaign with five goals and 10 assists to his name in all competitions.


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