Playing Career: 1959 - 1961
Debut: Round 1, 1960 v Richmond, aged 22 years, 189 days
Carlton Player No.: 730
Last game: Round 11, 1961 v Geelong, aged 23 years, 262 days
Guernsey No. 3 (1960 - 1961).
Height: 188 cm
Weight: 92 kgs
DOB: October 12, 1937
Dave "Flint" McCulloch
McCulloch played 17 games for Carlton commencing in Season 1960, kicking 6 goals. He wore guernsey #3. McCulloch shared his debut with Des Lyons in Round 1 of his debut year.
Dave returned to the family farm at Glenthompson (located on the Glenelg Highway between Ballarat and Hamilton) in country Victoria, where he still lives and works today.
McCulloch wore guernsey No. 43 whilst playing with Carlton reserves in 1959.
Carlton Recruit Shows PotentialCarlton officials believe Glen-Thompson recruit Dave McCulloch could develop into a ruckman like North Melbourne star Noel Teasdale.
McCulloch, 22, 6ft 2in. and 14 stone, moved and looked very much like Teasdale when he appeared at training last night for the first time this year.
After being signed last year he was selected to play with the seconds against Geelong, but a leg injury caused him to drop out of the team. He did not reappear again during the season with the Blues.
On last night's display selectors are almost certain to include him in the main practice match next Sunday. (The Age March 16 p26 1960)
A report on the practice match said McCulloch was one among the best big men in the practice game.
Blueseum is looking for a good photo of Dave. If anyone can help, please contact us. (www.blueseum.org)
The Age, Friday April 21 1961