Lawrie Reilly was known as Last-minute Lawrie because of his habit of scoring vital goals late in the game. A one-club man, he spent his entire senior career with Edinburgh’s Hibernian. Although at Hibs he usually played as a centre forward, he was often used as an outside left in the Scottish team, for which he was selected 38 times. He was hugely popular with Scottish fans, mainly because of his six goals in seven matches against England. In 1957 he courageously appeared in a game against England with stitches in his foot after an accident the night before. Reilly was the Scottish League’s top goalscorer for three successive seasons and helped Hibs win the Scottish Championship twice. He is now one of only two surviving members of Hibs’ forward line of the 1950s, or the ‘Famous Five’.