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Full name  Ashley David McIntosh
Name  Ashley McIntosh
Education  Scotch College, Perth
Height/Weight  192 cm / 99 kg
Position(s)  Utility

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Date of birth  (1972-10-20) 20 October 1972 (age 43)
Draft  112th overall, 1989 National Draft (West Coast)

Original team  Claremont Football Club
Place of birth  Melbourne, Victoria

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Ashley McIntosh (born 20 October 1972) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for the Claremont Football Club in the West Australian Football League (WAFL) and the West Coast Eagles in the Australian Football League (AFL). The son of John McIntosh, who played for Claremont and St Kilda, McIntosh represented West Coast in 242 games between 1991 and 2003, playing in the club's 1992 and 1994 premierships, and was named in the All-Australian team in 1998.


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Early life

The son of John McIntosh, who played football for Claremont and St Kilda, McIntosh was the youngest of three children. His sister, Karlene, played tennis for Western Australia, and his brother, Nathan, played senior football for Subiaco, later spending two years on West Coast's list without playing a senior game. McIntosh attended Scotch College in Swanbourne, playing football for his school and the Dalkeith-Nedlands Junior Football Club. He also represented Scotch College in athletics, winning the state hurdles events over 200m and 400m.

Playing style

While capable at either end of the ground, McIntosh most famous for playing at full back, and in 2006 was named as the full-back in the club's best team ever over its 20-year existence (since 1987). He won a club best and fairest in 1998, and has been an All-Australian.

McIntosh was a very athletic player, and it was often reported that he could run a 100 m race in 11.0 seconds. The wiry McIntosh was also deceptively strong. Wayne Carey, on Talking Footy, once credited him as the strongest opponent he'd ever played against, which surprised a lot of people, including the show's host Bruce McAvaney.


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