8 November 2009

Paddy Hasty

Name: Patrick Joseph Hasty
Born: 17 March 1934, Belfast
Died: August 2000
Height: 5.08 ft
Weight: 12.00 st
Position: Centre-Forward

Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: 5 Amateur Caps (1955-1961); Great Britain (1960 Rome Olympics).
Club Honours: (with Tooting & Mitcham) Athenian League Champion 1954/55; Isthmian League Champion 1957/58, 1959/60; London Senior Cup Winner 1958/59, 1959/60.

Club Career:
Teams
Seasons
Signed
Fee
League
FA Cup
FL Cup
Other
Tooting & Mitchum.Utd
-
-
Amateur
(Athenian/Isthmian League)
Leyton Orient
58/59
Jul-58
Amateur
2/ 2
-
-
-
Tooting & Mitchum Utd
58/59-59/60
-
Amateur
(Isthmian League)
Q.P.R.
59/60
Oct-59
Amateur
1/ 0
-
-
-
Tooting & Mitchum Utd
59/60-60/61
-60
Amateur
(Isthmian League)
Aldershot
60/61-62/63
Mar-61
-
35/14
3/2
3/2
-
Guildford City
-
-
Amateur
(Southern League)
TOTALS
-
£-
38/16
3/2
382
-

Biography:
"A dashing and enthusiastic player, extremely good with his heading for a small man, who [adds] extra thrust through the middle."

One of only five men to score a hattrick for Amateur Ireland. Paddy Hasty scored a hattrick for Great Britain in an Olympic qualifier against the Republic of Ireland and managed two more in three games at the 1960 Olympics in Rome.

More to follow.
Tooting & Mitcham forward Paddy Hasty receives a hug from his father after he scored the winner in a 2-1 FA Cup second round win over Northampton in 1958. Daily Mail

Tooting & Mitcham
Sports-Reference.com

Northern Ireland Amateur Cap Details:
17-09-1955 England. H L 1-4
25-02-1956 Scotland A W 3-1 3 Goals
15-09-1956 England. A L 2-5 1 Goal
24-09-1960 England. A L 2-3
14-01-1961 Wales... A L 1-4

Summary: 5/4. Won 1, Drew 0, Lost 4.

Great Britain Olympic Appearance Details:
26-08-1960 Brazil N L 3-4
29-08-1960 Italy. N D 2-2 1 Goal
01-09-1960 Taiwan N W 3-2 1 Goal

Summary: 3/2. Won 1, Drew 1, Lost 1.

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