Where are they now? Falkirk 3-2 Hibernian

With play-off season just around the corner for SPFL clubs, The Falkirk Herald looks back to 2016 at the Falkirk Stadium where the Bairns secured a famous victory over Hibs.

Falkirk players celebrate at end of game.
Falkirk players celebrate at end of game.

Ultimately Falkirk were unable to secure promotion that season but supporters will always have the memory of that fantastic result.

The on-loan Aberdeen keeper returned to Falkirk the following season for a second spell and is now on loan to St Mirren from the Dons

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'Aero' went on to captain the Bairns but was allowed to leave recently and has signed for Championship rivals Ayr United
Now working as a fitness coach and personal trainer, McCraken still occasionaly turns out for Peterhead in League 2.
Joined that summer from Raith Rovers but left the club last year moving to Championship rivals Dundee United
Spent five years at the Falkirk Stadium between 2012 and 2017 before moving down south to play with Walsall
Played over 200 games for Falkirk before joining St Johnstone in 2016
This game came during Kerr's second spell with Falkirk. He now plays for Championship rivals Ayr United
Recently made his international debut for Wales, Vaulks left Falkirk in 2016 to join Rotheram
Played over 200 times between 2011 and 2018 before moving to Livingston in the Scottish Premiership
Spent just two seasons at Falkirk before joining Championship rivals Morton in 2017
Still banging in the goals for Forfar in Legue 1 where he is also assistant manager
Like Kerr this came during his second spell at Falkirk. The former Scotland international now plays for Livingston in the Scottish Premiership
Left Falkirk to join St Mirren in 2018 but now plays for rivals Dunfermline Athletic.
Had loan spells with Brechin City, Stirling Albion and Edinburgh City before joining Edinburgh on a permanent basis.
Played only two games for Falkirk in 2016 before joining Albion Rovers. Now with Lowland League champions East Kilbride.
Left Falkirk to move to Port Vale in England before returning to Scotland with Dundee United and now Queen of the South
Only player on this list still at The Bairns, had a loan spell at Stenhousemuir earlier in the season.
Made a high profile move to Liverpool in 2018 but is yet to feature for the senior team at Anfield