Alex Keath


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After finally choosing to focus completely on football at the start of the 2016 AFL season, the talented tall made his Club debut in the SANFL clash with Glenelg in his first game of football in over six years. Keath didn’t disappoint, seamlessly slotting into the defensive group and was named among the side’s best with 15 disposals and a game-high six rebound 50ms. A back injury stifled his progress later in the season, but the strongly-built Crow returned to kick two goals in a short stint up forward during Adelaide’s Semi-Final win over the Panthers. A project player who will continue to develop his craft in 2017.

  • Birthdate1992-01-20
  • BirthplaceShepparton, VIC
  • PositionKey Position
  • ClubAdelaide Crows
  • Number42
  • Draft PickCategory B Rookie
  • Role (Cricket)All Rounder
  • BatsRight Hand Bat
  • BowlsRight Arm Medium
  • First ClassMatches: 7
  • 174 runs @ 17.40 (HS: 46)
  • 4 wickets @ 18.25 (BB: 2/2)
  • List AMatches: 16
  • 250 runs @ 19.33 (HS: 55)
  • 3 wickets @ 32.66 (BB: 2/15)
  • Twenty20Matches: 5
  • 40 runs @ 13.33 (HS: 30)

  • Having been placed on the Crows rookie list as a Category B player in October last year, the former first-class cricketer did not take long to adjust to life as a professional football player, despite having not played the sport since 2010. Playing in Adelaide’s SANFL team, Keath slipped seamlessly into a Key Position role…


  • Alex Keath has signed a Big Bash League contract with the Adelaide Strikers, which now means that he currently holds both a cricket contract and an AFL contract. Alex signed a Category B rookie contract with the Adelaide Crows in October but has kept his cricket options open and a blistering start to the season for the Prospect Cricket Club in the…


  • Emma Quayle The Age (28/10/15)- Adelaide hopes that providing Alex Keath with a fresh taste of a football club environment will inspire him to relaunch his promising junior career there next year. The Crows have added Keath to their list as a category B rookie, even though cricket remains his priority and the motivation behind his recent move to South…


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