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    Q: Name the 4 Hibs players who scored more than 7 goals in competitive games v Hearts

    One is pretty surprising given his position


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    Joe baker Pat Stanton Ned turnbull and Lawrie Reilly ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CMurdoch View Post
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    One is pretty surprising given his position

    Jim oírourke?

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    Arthur Duncan?
    Reilly
    O'Rourke?

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    There's more than 4.

    Smith - 15
    Reilly - 10
    Duncan and Turnbull - 8
    Ormond and Riordan - 7

    Apparently Jim Scott also has 7


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    There's more than 4.

    Smith - 15
    Reilly - 10
    Duncan and Turnbull - 8
    Ormond and Riordan - 7

    Apparently Jim Scott also has 7


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    7 is not more than 7 therefore it is 4 players.
    Get with the program
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    Arthur Duncan is the strange one.
    Attended lots of Derbies as a young kid at the start of the 70's and my abiding memory is a lack of goals from either side until that famous 73' game.

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    A technicality

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    Is Joe Davis the surprising one from his penalties?

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    It'll be 5 when Jason comes back next season.

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    How many did Joe Baker score?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killiehibbie View Post
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    How many did Joe Baker score?
    4 in his first !

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMurdoch View Post
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    Arthur Duncan is the strange one.
    Attended lots of Derbies as a young kid at the start of the 70's and my abiding memory is a lack of goals from either side until that famous 73' game.
    I don't find Arthur that surprising. He was a goalscoring winger in his younger days, with us a long time, and only converted to full back in the latter part of his career. Even when he formally moved back he kept getting offside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMurdoch View Post
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    Arthur Duncan is the strange one.
    Attended lots of Derbies as a young kid at the start of the 70's and my abiding memory is a lack of goals from either side until that famous 73' game.
    If memory serves me correctly there was a tornadoes season where Arthur was one of a few players who got more than 20 that season?

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    Yes Arthur scored over 100 goals with Hibs including a couple of hat tricks and 4 against Falkirk.

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    Yes Arthur scored over 100 goals with Hibs including a couple of hat tricks and 4 against Falkirk.
    If my memory is correct the 4 was the same day that his previous club Partick Thistle scored 4 against Celtic in the League Cup final.

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    4 in his first !
    And less than 4 in the rest?

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    Baker has 6 in competitive games. Strange stat.

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    If my memory is correct the 4 was the same day that his previous club Partick Thistle scored 4 against Celtic in the League Cup final.
    Was it really?There was certainly a gasp of amazement when th half time score was announced with Thistle 4 up.The thing I remember about Arthurís 4 is that the fifth was scored by Bertie Auld who was limping up and down the wing wanting to come off when the ball was cleared to him and he set off on a gallop from the halfway line,scored and then resumed his campaign for an early exit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ancient hibee View Post
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    Was it really?There was certainly a gasp of amazement when th half time score was announced with Thistle 4 up.The thing I remember about Arthur’s 4 is that the fifth was scored by Bertie Auld who was limping up and down the wing wanting to come off when the ball was cleared to him and he set off on a gallop from the halfway line,scored and then resumed his campaign for an early exit.
    It was definitely the same day, 23 October 1971. I remember everyone thought the guy who put the half time scores up was either at the wind up, as happened once before, or got them the wrong way round.

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    And of course Celtic lost three league cup finals in a row.I hope like me you were at one of them

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