North Melbourne premiership player Anthony Stevens joins Elders Real Estate as a rural estate agent

North Melbourne premiership player Anthony Stevens joins Elders Real Estate as a rural estate agent
North Melbourne premiership player Anthony Stevens joins Elders Real Estate as a rural estate agent

Two-time AFL North Melbourne premiership player Anthony Stevens has joined Elders Real Estate as a rural estate agent.

He played 279 games for North Melbourne in a 16-year career that included winning premierships in 1996 and 1999. 

He has been appointed as a real estate executive for Victoria and the Riverina region.

His first two listings are in Shepparton and Nagambie.

"I'm making a long-term commitment to my new career and hope to be doing this for the next 20 years or more," he told Fairfax Media.

"I'll look to build on my relationships in the footy world and the corporate world, but I don't expect things to just fall in my lap."

Stevens grew up on his parent's dairy farm near Waaia in rural Victoria and moved to Melbourne when he was 17 to play football.

He owns a 120-hectare cattle farm with his father near Benalla where he breeds Limousin, a French breed and Angus cows.

After retiring from football, he established regional events business Stride in 2007, based in Echuca and Bendigo and more recently he returned to the Kangaroos in a business development role.

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Riverina Real Estate Agent

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