In 2010 Alex McKay played 14 games for the Norwood under 18s and another 19 games in 2011 when he was runner-up in the best and fairest award. He also played three games for the reserves in 2011.
Having progressed through the under 18s, the tenacious midfielder/small forward became a regular for the reserves in 2012 (13 games), and won the coaches' trophy in 2013 (20 games).
He appeared in another 20 reserves matches in 2014, and made his senior debut in the Foxtel Cup (interstate knock-out competition) against East Perth.
McKay then became a dominant player in the South Australian Amateur Football League, taking out the SAAFL Division one medals in 2015 and 2016. He also played in a Division one flag for Tea Tree Gully in 2018, and represented the SAAFL at state level in 2015, 2016 and 2018.
He then joined the Labrador Football Club in the Queensland AFL in 2019.
R Cialini Oct 2021