Debut: Round 1, 1989 vs Footscray, aged 20 years, 247 days
956th Carlton Player
Last game: Round 22, 1990 vs Fitzroy, aged 22 years, 35 days
Guernsey No. 47 (1989 - 1990)
DOB: 28 July, 1968
Andy McKinnon came to Carlton from outer-eastern Olinda as a solidly built, promising rover-forward, and spent almost two seasons with the Blues’ Reserves team before gaining senior selection in 1989.
After showing promise in his first dozen games, he suffered a serious foot injury that prematurely ended his career in just his second year.
McKinnon was a Premiership Player at Reserves Level in 1990.
McKinnon also wore No.51 (1985), 54 1987, 59 (1986) and 60 (1986) whilst playing in the Blues reserves.
1986 - U/19's Deputy Vice-Captain
1986 - George Armstrong Medal - U/19's Best & Fairest Award
1988 - 2nd Reserves Best & Fairest
1989 - 2nd Reserves Best & Fairest
1990 - 5th Reserves Best & Fairest
1990 - Reserves Premiership Player
A summary of McKinnon's playing career | McKinnon's Blueseum Image Gallery