Hamish McIntosh playing for the Kangaroos
during the 2006 AFL Season
|Full name||Hamish McIntosh|
|Date of birth||4 September 1984|
|Place of birth||Lavington, New South Wales|
|Original team||Murray Bushrangers (TAC Cup)|
|Draft||#9, 2002 National Draft, Kangaroos|
|Height/Weight||203cm / 103kg|
1 Playing statistics correct to end of Round 11, 2014 season.
In his second year he sprained his ankle and finally, after two seasons of waiting, Hamish got a game against Adelaide in Round 6, 2005. He was not selected for the rest of the year but was an emergency 8 times.
In 2007, McIntosh averaged over 15 possessions a game. He was picked in the 40 man All-Australian squad. However, he missed the final cut.
The 2008 season was a terrible one for McIntosh. He ruptured his posterior cruciate ligament against Fremantle in Round 12. He made a return later in the season but he could not reach the heights he achieved in the 2007 Season. He was offered as trade bait by Dean Laidley which angered McIntosh. Ultimately he would not be traded and had his best season to date and was considered as a contender for All Australian team selection.
McIntosh enjoyed a strong 2010 season, during which he formed a highly effective ruck pairing with Todd Goldstein. But prior to the 2011 season, McIntosh required surgery on both Achilles tendons  and played just one game for the season. He returned for Round 1 2012, memorably missing a shot at goal after the final siren which allowed opponents Essendon a 2-point victory. McIntosh suffered a knee injury in round 7 which eventually required surgery, restricting him to just 7 games for the year. In October 2012, McIntosh was traded to Geelong for a second-round draft pick.
McIntosh signed a 3-year contract with the Cats but 2013 was ruined by various leg injuries and he failed to play a single game 
- Kangaroos beat AFL Swans in Los Angeles
- North Melbourne's Hamish McIntosh put up for sale
- It's Hamish McIntosh's time for All-Australian selection
- McIntosh's achilles heel
- North Melbourne ruckman Hamish McIntosh to have knee surgery
- Jared Rivers, Hamish McIntosh join Geelong in trade coup
- Hamish McIntosh runs out of time to be fit for finals
- Hamish McIntosh's profile on the official website of the Geelong Football Club
- Hamish McIntosh's statistics from AFL Tables