Referee S. Hilton
S. Hilton
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- mh-referee.png S. Hilton (Musselburgh) 24.02.1951 St Mirren [h] D1-1 (SFL Division A - game 19) 0 0 - - 0 0 D0-0
- mh-referee.png S. Hilton (Musselburgh) 22.12.1951 Rangers [h] L1-3 (SFL Division A - game 15) 1-penalty.png 0 - - 0 0 W5-0
- mh-referee.png S. Hilton (Musselburgh) 22.03.1952 Queen of the South [h] W3-0 (SFL Division A - game 29) 0 0 - - 0 0 D0-0
- mh-referee.png S. Hilton (Musselburgh) 13.09.1952 Falkirk [a] W4-0 (SFL Division A - game 2) 0 0 - - 0 0 D0-0
0 4 ← Totals → 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 W5-0
S. Hilton's Summary
Average crime count per game 1.25 pts
The crime count % balance 100-0 in favour of Thistle
Thistle's ppg (@ 3pts per win) 1.75 (W2 D1 L1)
compiled to our All Games criteria @ 11-Mar-2020
Thistle's Historical Summary
Average crime count per game ᵃ 1.402 pts
Average crime count per game ᵇ 4.474 pts
The crime count % balance 48-52 to Thistle's detriment
Thistle's ppg (@ 3pts per win) 1.405 (W2637 D1379 L2596)
from 1886-87 to 1996-97 (see crime count notes)
from 1997-98 to date (see crime count notes)
compiled to our All Games criteria @ 04-Sep-2021

crime-count.png Crime Count notes
penalty.png 5 pts are allocated for a penalty, in favour of whichever team is awarded the kick. Our data is comprehensive from 1891-92 (the season of introduction) to date.
yellow-card.png 1 pt is allocated for any given player's first yellow card, the point being in Thistle's favour when an opponent is booked and vice-versa. Second yellows are always ignored as superfluous. We introduce the yellow card count from season 1997-98 onwards as our records are comprehensive and meaningful from that season onwards. Official cautions began in the 1940s and we continue to (casually) build such data with a view to, perhaps, setting an earlier date for our yellow card analysis. Incidentally, the actual yellow card was first introduced to the Scottish domestic game in season 1979-80.
red-card.png 4 pts are allocated for sending offs, the points being in Thistle's favour when an opponent is sent-off and vice-versa. Our crime count database is 'open for business' from 1886-87 onwards as this was the first season that the English FA decreed that the referee had the power to send a player off, although the first known in a Scottish game wasn't until a season later and the first known in a Thistle game wasn't until 1891. Our data is comprehensive from then to the present day. As per the yellow, the actual red card was first introduced to the Scottish domestic game in season 1979-80.

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