| Craig Molloy|
Brechin City F.C.
| (1986-04-26) 26 April 1986 (age 29)|
St. Mirren 'D' form U16
Craig Molloy Wikipedia
Craig Molloy (born 26 April 1986) is a Scottish footballer who plays as a midfielder for Hurlford United, in the Scottish Junior Football Association, West Region.
Molloy began his career in the youth teams of St Mirren before progressing to the senior side and making 21 appearances in the First Division and the SPL.
Molloy went on loan to Second Division side Stirling Albion on 18 September 2008, until the end of December after Stirling lost both John O'Neill and Liam Corr to injury. Molloy had also been on loan at Forthbank towards the end of the previous season as well.
He also spent a period on loan to Stenhousemuir, before signing with the Warriors permanently in July 2009. He then signed with Brechin City for the 2010–11 season. Molloy spent six seasons at Brechin and was made club captain under manager Ray McKinnon.
Molloy signed for Hurlford United in June 2016.
His brother Thomas had a spell as YTS with hometown club Morton on leaving school. From there he won a move to Ayr United before he gave up the game for unknown reasons.