Academy Hall of fame

Academy Hall of Fame
Academy Hall of Fame
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Ethan Erhahon

Ethan Erhahon made his first-team debut in 2017 at just 16-years-old having been with the club from an early age. 

It was the 2018/19 season where Ethan became a first-team regular under then manager Oran Kearney. Ethan would eventually move to his more familiar midfield slot and his performances during the 2020/21 season would see him named as St Mirren Young Player of the Year. 

In July 2022, Ethan made his 100th appearance for the St Mirren first-team. The 21-year-old has been capped by Scotland all the way up until U21 level.
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Jay Henderson

St Mirren Youth Academy graduate Jay Henderson was given his first-team debut in Saints' Scottish Cup win over Hamilton Academical in April 2021. 

The winger was then rewarded with his first start a few weeks later in a Premiership fixture away to Ross County.

After forcing his way into the first-team, Jay signed a two-year deal until summer 2023 and has gone on to make almost 40 first-team appearances.

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Dylan Reid

Dylan Reid became the youngest player in St Mirren history - as well as becoming the youngest ever player to play in the Scottish Premiership - when he made his debut against Rangers at the age of 16 years and five days old. 

Following his debut, Dylan signed a two-year contract extension which tied him to the club until 2023.
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Lewis Jamieson

St Mirren Youth Academy graduate Lewis Jamieson made his first-team debut in August 2020 as a late substitute against Rangers at Ibrox.

Lewis then gained experience more first-team experience when he joined Clyde on loan in March 2021. A further loan spell at Clyde came in January 2022 via a brief stint at Inverness Caledonian Thistle. In July 2022, Lewis joined Airdrieonians on loan.
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Kieran Offord

Another St Mirren Youth Academy gradute, Kieran Offord made his St Mirren debut when he started in a 0-0 draw with Celtic at the SMiSA Stadium. Kieran followed that up with an appearance against Rangers at Ibrox a few days later.

Kieran has been called up by Scotland at U16 and U19 level and had loan experience with Alloa Athletic and East Stirlingshire.
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John McGinn

The youngest of three McGinn brothers, John came through the youth ranks at St Mirren before making his debut for the first team in 2012. In his first season he helped the club achieve League Cup success, with starts in the semi-final and final against Celtic and Hearts respectively.

In the summer of 2015, John left St Mirren and signed for Hibernian. John then moved down south to sign for Aston Villa where he helped them to promotion to the English Premier League. 

His form also saw him become a regular for the Scotland National team where he has been capped over 50 times and scored 15 goals.
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Kenny McLean

Kenny joined St Mirren’s academy in 2008. The cultured midfielder would go on to make over 100 appearances for the Club, as well as being a part of the 2013 Scottish League Cup winning squad.

He would go on to join Aberdeen, where he became a first team regular, after signing in the 2015 January transfer window. The midfielder was capped by Scotland and in January 2017, signed a deal with English side Norwich City.

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Stephen McGinn

The oldest of the McGinn’s, Stephen made his debut for St Mirren on New Year’s Day 2007 away to Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

Stephen would go onto to be a first team regular over the next three years, until Watford paid to take his services down to London in January 2010. During the next seven years Stephen would ply his trade with Shrewsbury Town, Sheffield United, Dundee and Wycombe Wanderers before making his return to the Paisley side. 

Upon returning to the Buddies in 2017, Stephen was made captain of the club by then manager Jack Ross. 

Stephen made 203 appearances before his departure in summer 2020 and would go on to be inducted into the St Mirren Hall of Fame in May 2022. 

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Lewis Morgan

Lewis Morgan made his St Mirren debut against Celtic in September 2014. He became a first team regular at the beginning of the 2016/17 season having scored his first goal on the final day of the 2015/16 season against Rangers. 

Lewis picked up St Mirren Player of the Year after his first full season in the first team and has gone on to make over 100 appearances for The Buddies.

In January 2018, Lewis signed a four and a half year deal with Premiership Champions Celtic, but returned to St Mirren on loan for the remainder of the 2017/18 season.

Another St Mirren Academy Graduate that has been capped for the Scotland national team, Morgan currently plys his trade with MLS side New York Red Bulls. 

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Kyle Magennis

Having come through the age groups at the Academy, Kyle was given his first team debut by Jack Ross as a half-time substitute at Easter Road in October 2016.

Kyle would go on to win the Club's Young Player of the Year award in 2016/17 before playing a big part in Saints' promotion back to the Scottish Premiership in 2018.

The midfielder made over 100 appearances for the Buddies before linking up with Jack Ross again at Hibernian.
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Kyle McAllister

Kyle McAllister returned to St Mirren in the summer of 2019 penning a three-year deal after a spell at Derby County.

The winger made his Saints debut at just 17 years-old and his impressive start to life in the first-team saw him win a move to the English Championship with Derby County.

After returning on loan and playing a pivotal role in the Buddies Premiership survival in the 2018/19 season, Kyle returned permanently in 2019. 

He would leave the club following the expiry of his contract in summer 2022 with over 100 first-team appearances under his belt. He now plays for English League One side Forest Green Rovers.
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Cammy MacPherson

Cammy MacPherson made just under 100 first-team appearances for Saints before departing for St Johnstone in August 2021. 

Cammy was a regular with the St Mirren U20 squad when he made his first-team debut in a Scottish Cup tie against Dundee in 2017. 

The midfielder scored five goals for the Buddies and won the club's Young Player of the Year award for the 2019/20 season.

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Stephen Mallan

Fan favourite Mallan made his debut for the Buddies in November 2014 against Hamilton Academical. While trying to establish himself in the side, Mallan scored a wonder goal against Dundee at Dens Park in December 2014 which won goal of the season.

Known for his ability from free-kicks, Stephen played an intergral part in Saints' Championship survival in 2016/17 before moving on to Barnsley in the summer of 2017 with more than 100 St Mirren appearances under his belt.  

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Jack Baird

The big central defender was regular in the St Mirren U20s team before breaking in to the first-team in 2014, making his debut in November of that year away to Hamilton Academical.

Jack would play a big part in our Championship winning season of 2017/18 as well as our 2016/17 and 2018/19 survival seasons. 

Jack made over 100 appearances for Saints before departing in 2020.

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Sean Kelly

Sean broke into the St Mirren first team in 2013, after standing out in the Under-20s. After a loan spell with East Stirlingshire, Kelly became a regular for the Saints in the Premiership and made over 100 appearances with the first-team.

At the end of the 2015/16 season Sean moved onto to AFC Wimbledon where he spent a season playing in League One, before making his return to Scotland the following season to join Ross County. The versatile player currently plys his trade with Livingston. 

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Marc McAusland

Marc entered St Mirren's youth system when he was just 10 years old. He made his first team debut for St Mirren when he came on as a substitute in an SPL game against Gretna on March 29th, 2008. 

Marc left for Queen of the South, but returned to St Mirren Park in July 2010. He picked up the club's Young Player of the season award for 2010-2011 and was part of the 2013 League Cup winning side.
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Jason Naismith

Jason made his competitive debut for the Saints in February 2012, as a sub in a 1-1 draw against Aberdeen at St Mirren Park.

Having been capped for Scotland at youth level, Jason is another product of the St Mirren Youth Academy that went on to make over 100 appearances for the club.

In January 2017, Jason left the club to join Ross County and has since had spells at Peterborough, Hibernian and Kilmarnock before finding himself at promotion-chasing Queen's Park. 

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