Andrew McKay

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Dr Andrew Ian McKay (born 14 July 1970) is a former Australian rules footballer in the Australian Football League.

McKay grew up in eastern South Australia, and played junior football for Lucindale in the Kowree-Naracoorte Football League. He moved to Adelaide and played senior SANFL football for Glenelg between 1991 and 1992, playing a total of 40 senior games for the Tigers. In 1992, McKay was dominant in his primary position at half-back flank, and he finished second in the Magarey Medal in 1992 behind Port Adelaide's Nathan Buckley.

McKay was recruited to the Australian Football League by the Carlton Football Club with its first round selection in the 1992 AFL Draft (#13 overall). He made his debut in Round 1, and immediately displayed the outstanding defensive skills that he had displayed at Glenelg. In his first AFL season, he was named on the half-back flank in the All-Australian team. He also represented South Australia at State of Origin that season, a feat he repeated in 1994 and 1995.

While still playing in 1996, McKay took up veterinary science, studying at the University of Queensland. To balance his study with his football career, McKay trained...
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