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Ian Macintosh
Ian McIntosh
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Category:
Speaker
Location:
Durban South Africa
Preferred Language:
English
Tags:
Commentator,motivation,Professional sports coach,Rugby,Sporting celebrity
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Ian McIntosh was a National selector of the Rugby World Cup winning Springbok team in 2007 and serves on the International Rugby Board Experimental Laws Committee. He served as head coach for the National side during the early 90s, and is a hugely experienced coach who is highly regarded in South African rugby circles. He took The Natal Sharks to 5 Currie Cup finals of which he won 4 Currie Cup titles, plus a Super 12 Final during the 1990's. He continues to serve as a National Selector and has done so for the last 8 years.

He coached the former Rhodesia side for 7yrs during the seventies reaching the semi final of the Currie Cup in 1973. He has also coached the SA National sevens side, although his biggest achievement to date was taking charge of the South African national side. He led the side until the year before the 1995 World Cup, where Kitch Christie praised him for setting the platform for the 95 victory. His tenure at Natal Sharks saw a successful decade of rugby where the players following his patterns played a brand of rugby which became world renowned. His players during that era have become household names in both Natal Province and throughout the Country and most of them are still very much involved in the game of rugby ie. Dick Muir, John Plumtree, Gary Teichmann, John Allan etc. He finished off his professional coaching career with Walsh Club Newport for a season in 2001.

When The South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA) was looking for a Head Coach for all of their development clinics and Legends games, all the players unanimously agreed that Mac should fulfill this role. To date 35 000 kids have come under the beady eye of Ian McIntosh over a five year period that SARLA have been in operation.
Ian McIntosh was a National selector of the Rugby World Cup winning Springbok team in 2007 and serves on the International Rugby Board Experimental Laws Committee. He served as head coach for the National side during the early 90s, and is a hugely experienced coach who is highly regarded in South African rugby circles. He took The Natal Sharks to 5 Currie Cup finals of which he won 4 Currie Cup titles, plus a Super 12 Final during the 1990's. He continues to serve as a National Selector and
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