Thomas Craig made his League debut for Rangers against Clyde at Ibrox, on 24th September 1923. In this match, he scored two goals and at the end of the season, he had scored a further 12 goals from 37 matches and had helped Rangers to the Division 1 League Championship. More-or-less an ever-present for the Ibrox side during their fruitful period in the 1920s, Craig totalled 322 appearances for Rangers, scoring 38 goals. He helped the side to 7 League Championship's between 1923-24 and 1930-31 and appeared in 3 Scottish Cup finals, winning 2 (1928 and 1930) and finishing a runner-up in 1929.
One of a rare breed of footballers who played for both Celtic and Rangers, Tom started his footballing career with Tullibody F.C. (this earning him his nickname 'Tully') before joining Celtic in 1919. After a brief period with Alloa Athletic in 1922, he joined Rangers for (750. His playing career continued with Rangers until April 1935 and he joined Falkirk as manager in the same month. He stayed in this position until May 1950 and thereafter was briefly manager of Linfield from February 1951 to January 1952. In 1927 'Tully' made his first appearance for Scotland at full International level and by 1930 had made a total of eight appearances for his country.
The following four lots were awarded to
THOMAS 'TULLY' CRAIG