Keith McBride was a boarder at Prince Alfred College, having grown up a rural property near Kingston in the South East of South Australia.
He played his only senior game for the Redlegs against West Adelaide in the end of season 1971 Coca Cola Cup competition. Played on the Adelaide Oval, Norwood won a thriller 19.6 to 17.16. He also played one game for the Reserves in 1971.
The Reserves won the premiership in 1972. The tall McBride had a solid season playing 18 games for the year, as well as receiving an award for "Outstanding Services Rendered."
In 1973 McBride played 10 matches for the Norwood Reserves.
Outside of sport, Keith McBride has held the position of company chairman of AJ & PA McBride, one of Australia's largest woolgrowers
R Cialini, W Miller March 2020