Jack hallahan | midfield











5ft 8"



A former Republic of Ireland U19 international who joined the Pitmen from Coalville Town in November 2018


A player equally at home in midfield or up front, Redditch native Hallahan started his career as a junior at West Bromwich Albion, signing his first professional deal with the Baggies in the summer of 2015. It was whilst at West Brom that he made two appearances for the Irish U18 in 2014, followed by nine appearances for the U19 side the following year. After a season in their reserve side and a clutch of appearances in the U23 Premier League, Hallahan moved to the United States in the summer of 2016 to turn out for college side Michigan Wolverines. Playing as a forward, Hallahan scored at a rate of nearly one goal a game, before returning to the UK to sign forms with Burton Albion


After agreeing a permanent deal with the Brewers later on in the season Hallahan extended his deal with the club in the summer of 2017 and was loaned out to Evo-Stik Division One neighbours Belper Town for a month in December 2017. This deal was extended twice until April 2018, with Hallahan released by the Pirelli Stadium side in July 2018


Upon his release he linked up with Evo-Stik Southern Premier League side Coalville Town, playing a handful of games for the Ravens before linking up with the Pitmen in November 2018. He was in and out of the side under three different managers as the Pitmen dragged themselves out of danger in the Northern Premier League. In May 2020, Hallahan agreed a new deal with the club to remain at Keys Park for the following season. Once again, he was a player on the fringes of the first XI for a portion of the campaign, but enjoyed a purple patch in the side during October 2019, scoring a hat-trick at Barwell in a thrilling 4-4 draw before the season came to an abrupt end in March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic 

In June 2020, despite receiving lucrative offers from clubs higher in the pyramid, Hallahan penned a new deal with the Pitmen for the 2020-2021 Southern Premier League Central campaign

* Denotes playing records removed after the 2019/20 and 2020/21 seasons were voided due to coronavirus pandemic

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