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David.B McKay


Carlton Reserve Career: 1974-1978
Reserve Games: 58
Reserve Goals: 33
Height: 184 cm (6'1')
Weight: 82 kg (13.0)
Guernsey No. 46 (1974 - 1976), 51 (1974) and 50 (1978).
DOB: 1957.



David B. McKay played U/19's foortball for Carlton from 1974 to 1977, and reserve grade football from 1974 to 1978. Not to be mistaken for his older cousin being Carlton Champion David McKay, also there was a David G. McKay who played around 1970 with the Blues.

Four-time Carlton Premiership player David McKay – that’s David Robert James “Swan” McKay – believed that DB McKay later pursued an on-field career with Glenelg. “We actually used to call him ‘DB’, although I have no idea what the ‘B’ stands for,” McKay said. “DB was a flanker, quite a handsome boy as opposed to the rest of the rabble. DB’s father Mal was the butcher at Strathmore who bought the business from Phil Pinnell’s father George - and Phil worked there for Mal during school holidays. DB ended up working as a car salesman in South Australia, but I think he’s back in Melbourne now.”

David B. McKay was recruited from Oak Park.

He didn't play a senior game for Carlton.



1977 - David B, McKay.


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Page last modified on Monday 09 of January, 2023 16:56:03 AEDT by Bombasheldon.

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