Position Wing Half
Signing for Hibernian in 1910, he would spend the majority of his career at Easter Road, captaining the great side of the mid twenties.
National team Scotland
Peter Kerr was one of a handful of Scottish internationalists born in the tiny East Lothian village of Prestonpans. Signing for Hibs in 1910 he would spend the majority of his career at Easter Road, captaining the great side of the mid twenties, before shocking football when he emulated Gordon Smith 23 years later by moving to Hearts in 1926.
The highly respected intelligent wing half would become the third player from the celebrated side to be capped, his only full honour gained when facing Ireland in Scotland's 2-0 victory at Parkhead in March 1924.
After five years at Tynecastle he saw brief service with Leith Athletic and Inverness Caledonian.