Ben McKinley

Ben McKinley

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Ben McKinley (born 4 March 1987) is an Australian rules footballer in the Australian Football League (AFL). He was drafted to the West Coast Eagles in 2005 and played 46 games for them before being traded to the North Melbourne Football Club during the 2010 Trade Week.

Early life

McKinley played all of his junior football (U10's - U17's) with the Yarrambat Junior Football Club. He attended Ivanhoe Grammar School where he played for the Old Ivanhoe Football Club. McKinley also played for the Northern Knights in the TAC Cup competition where he attracted the eye of talent scouts.

AFL career

West Coast Eagles 2005-2010

McKinley was recruited by the West Coast as the number 29 draft pick in the 2005 AFL Draft. McKinley has played predominantly as a forward for East Perth in the WAFL. He made his debut for the West Coast Eagles in Round 15 2007 against Port Adelaide.After kicking seven goals against West Perth in Round 2, he was a late inclusion into the West Coast team for the Round 3 Western Derby and kicked three goals. The following week, he kicked four of his team's five goals against Sydney. A five-goal effort in the Eagles' loss to Port Adelaide in Round 5 saw him nominated for the Rising Star award. A notable performance was the Essendon clash late in the season, with the Bombers needing a win to get to September, McKinley single handedly destroyed Essendon with a 7 goal man of the match performance. . He finished the season as West Coast's leading goalkicker and...
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