|Batting style||Right-hand bat|
|Bowling style||Right-arm medium|
|Domestic team information|
|Source: , 8 June 2007|
He was an all-rounder (right-handed batsman and medium paced bowler) who played 16 One Day Internationals for Australia between 1983 and 1987. MacLeay played in the 1983 Cricket World Cup in England taking 6 for 39 against India.
MacLeay played in 129 first-class matches for Western Australia between 1981 and 1991. He was a regular in a strong WA side appearing in Sheffield Shield final winning team four times. MacLeay also played county cricket in England for Somerset in 1991 and 1992.
In 1982-83 MacLeay leapt to attention when he took 5-7 off 21 balls for WA against Victoria.
In March 1983 he starred for Australian in a special one-off one day match against New Zealand to raise funds to the bushfire victims. MacLeay took 1-42 with the ball and top scored in Australia's (unsuccessful) run chase, with 41 off 37 balls.
He was initially overlooked for selection on the 1983 World Cup but was later called up as a replacement.
He played the West Indies, taking 1-31 and scoring 1. He was kept in the side to play India, only making 4 with the bat but taking 6-39 with the ball. His returns against Zimbabwe were 9 and 0-45. In the second match against India he took 1-48 and scored 5.
In 1986-87 he scored 114 against NSW.
- "Macleay adds to Victoria's rout". The Canberra Times. 57, (17,200). Australian Capital Territory, Australia. 31 October 1982. p. 27. Retrieved 8 March 2017 – via National Library of Australia.
- "CRICKET NZ avenges Cup defeat". The Canberra Times. 57, (17,337). Australian Capital Territory, Australia. 18 March 1983. p. 20. Retrieved 8 March 2017 – via National Library of Australia.
- "Trevor Chappell only surprise for Cup". The Canberra Times. 57, (17,386). Australian Capital Territory, Australia. 6 May 1983. p. 22. Retrieved 8 March 2017 – via National Library of Australia.
- "Unbeaten MacLeay superb for WA". The Canberra Times. 61, (18,657). Australian Capital Territory, Australia. 31 October 1986. p. 24. Retrieved 8 March 2017 – via National Library of Australia.
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