Tom Ballantyne

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Tom Ballantyne
● Tom Ballantyne, 1910 (HA)

born in Scotland

Thomas Ballantyne was born in Armadale, West Lothian. *

The forward signed for George Easton's Thistle on Monday, 16th December, 1907, having most recently been with Bellshill Athletic.

He made his debut appearance on Saturday, 21st December, 1907, in a 3-1 win at home to Clyde in the SFL First Division.

That day, Tom became a member of our scoring debutant's club.

He scored the last of his 10 goals on Saturday, 8th January, 1910, in a 3-0 win at home to Kilmarnock in the SFL First Division.

He played his last game for the club on Saturday, 9th April, 1910, in a 3-1 defeat away to Hibernian in the SFL First Division, having appeared as a Jag on 80 occasions.

His club-list included Bellshill Athletic, Partick Thistle, Armadale and Dunfermline Athletic.

We don't know where or when Tom died. *

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compiled from our All Games criteria.
Goal(s) Match
goal.png 21.12.1907 Clyde [h] W3-1 (SFL First Division - game 17)
goal.png 11.01.1908 Kilmarnock [a] W1-0 (SFL First Division - game 21)
goal.png 29.02.1908 Motherwell [a] W4-3 (SFL First Division - game 24)
goal.pnggoal.png 12.09.1908 Third Lanark [h] D2-2 (Glasgow Cup 1st Round)
goal.pnggoal.png 21.11.1908 Morton [h] W5-1 (SFL First Division - game 14)
goal.png 13.02.1909 Third Lanark [a] L1-7 (SFL First Division - game 23)
goal.png 20.02.1909 Motherwell [a] D3-3 (SFL First Division - game 24)
goal.png 08.01.1910 Kilmarnock [h] W3-0 (SFL First Division - game 20)


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