|Rugby union career|
|Years||Club / team|
|1993–94|| South Africa
McIntosh grew up near Bulawayo.
McIntosh never played for his country as a player but became acquainted with coaching in the 1970s under the tutelage of the then Welsh Rugby Union coaching director Ray Williams.
He coached the legendary Natal team during the late 1980s and early 1990s. He became a national figure after Natal won their first Currie Cup in 1990, their centenary year. His success with Natal led to him coaching the Springbok side.
The year before the 1995 World Cup he was sacked as national coach following a series defeat to the All Blacks in New Zealand in mid-1994. In October of that year, Kitch Christie accepted an offer to take over from McIntosh.
- John Bishop, 2000, Mac The Face Of Rugby, Don Nelson Publishers South Africa. ISBN 1-86806-190-6 (This book is about McIntosh's coaching career in South Africa from 1990 to 1999.)
- South Africa Rugby
- Springboks Legends for Hartsfield Rugby celebrations
- When Mandela wore Springbok jersey, it changed my nation
- Exclusive: Joost van der Westhuizen, Bok legend
|South Africa National Rugby Union Coach