Tyson Edwards - Former AFL Player

Tyson Edwards - Former AFL Player

Tyson Edwards is a former AFL Player with the Adelaide Crows, playing 321 games with one club as one of the league’s most consistent and durable midfielders. Tyson played in the Adelaide Football Clubs 1997 and 1998 premierships.

In May 2010, Tyson announced his retirement from the AFL, playing his last game against Fremantle. The Crows upset the second-placed Dockers by 23 points, with Tyson celebrating his milestone with a best-on-ground effort featuring 32 possessions and two goals.

Post Tyson’s playing career he spent some time as an assistant coach with cross town rival, the Port Adelaide Football Club.

Although Tyson’s football career is extensive, his true passion is his family. Tyson is married to Mandy with three sons, Jackson, Luke, and Brodie all sons aspiring to follow in dads footsteps to an AFL list. Like most husbands and fathers Tyson continues to grow his knowledge and leadership skills in advancing his young men, his family unit and self.

Since exiting the AFL industry Tyson has extended his brand progressing into the real estate profession, assisting many people through a material transaction, that can be exciting and yet very stressful. Mandy works hand in hand alongside Tyson in their business pursuits at Harris Real Estate and that of raising some fine young men.

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