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Hibernian Player Duncan Falconer Details

Falconer, Duncan

PositionForward
NationalityScottish
Signed FromEdinburgh Norton
Sold ToKent Police
Games Played52 [Show all]
Games Started52
Games On As Sub0
Goals15
Yellow Cards0
Red Cards0
DebutVs St Mirren on 07/11/1959 in Scottish League (A 3-2)
First GoalVs Celtic on 16/12/1961 in Scottish League (A 3-4)


Season Breakdown

 Scottish LeagueScottish CupLeague CupOtherTotal
SeasonStarts (As Sub)GoalsStarts (As Sub)GoalsStarts (As Sub)GoalsStarts (As Sub)GoalsStarts (As Sub)Goals
1963/19647 (0)10 (0)00 (0)00 (0)07 (0)1
1962/19638 (0)10 (0)00 (0)03 (0)111 (0)2
1961/196218 (0)121 (0)00 (0)00 (0)019 (0)12
1960/19615 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)05 (0)0
1959/196010 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)010 (0)0
Totals48 (0)141 (0)00 (0)03 (0)152 (0)15


Last 5 Games Started

DateVenueCompetition (Round)OpponentResultScore
07/03/1964HomeScottish League (Division One (old) / 28)Queen of the SouthWon5-2
29/02/1964HomeScottish League (Division One (old) / 27)Partick ThistleWon2-1
22/02/1964AwayScottish League (Division One (old) / 26)St JohnstoneWon4-0
19/02/1964AwayScottish League (Division One (old) / 25)DundeeLost0-3
09/11/1963AwayScottish League (Division One (old) / 11)Queen of the SouthLost2-3


Last 5 Games Scored In

DateVenueCompetition (Round)OpponentResultScore
26/10/1963HomeScottish League (Division One (old) / 9)St JohnstoneWon4-1
27/11/1962AwayInter-Cities Fairs Cup (R2 Leg1)UtrechtWon1-0
22/08/1962AwayScottish League (Division One (old) / 1)ClydeLost1-3
28/04/1962HomeScottish League (Division One (old) / 34)Stirling AlbionWon3-1
07/04/1962HomeScottish League (Division One (old) / 33)CelticDrawn1-1


Current Comments

5 comments so far (post your own)

Duncan was, surprisingly, Hibs' top scorer in the League for season 1961/62.
Granted a free transfer in April 1964 he emigrated to Australia but returned to join the police force in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

Posted by Patrick Roberts on 25/04/2011 - 17:17

His sister Nancy was a classmate of mine at Leith Academy

Posted by Alan Sproat on 01/08/2014 - 16:19

Misc/trivia :- The programme below mentioned that Duncan Falconer and his wife, Rosemary, had decided to emigrate to Australia - he was heading to Blacktown, near Sydney, where he had an uncle. He had no club lined up but he had served his time as a turner and his wife was a hairdresser, so there should be a good future for them.

Source :- "Hibernian Vs St Mirren - Saturday 21st March 1964" (edited by moderator)

Posted by Patrick Roberts on 23/07/2015 - 00:48

Comment awaiting moderator approval (16/11/2018 - 18:51).

Hes my Dad. They only stayed a short while in Australia and moved back to Kent where I was born.
Served 30 years in Kent police and is still living in the county.

Posted by Andy Falconer on 16/11/2018 - 18:51

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