Anthony "Tony" Leonard (born 1947) is an Australian radio presenter,
|Employer||3AW, Crocmedia, Ace Radio Network|
He began commentating AFL matches on 3AW in 1996 and he used to present a Saturday morning 3AW show called "Glossing Over" with Trevor Marmalade and Dr. Turf, until it was axed on 21 June 2007, following 3AW's poor ratings in the football timeslots.
Leonard is a long-serving member of 3AW's AFL football commentary team mainly calling on Saturday Nights and Sundays. He is also a program contributor on the Ace Radio network and works for Crocmedia on a program called "Sportsday Victoria".
Leonard's nickname is "the big man that travels by train" given to him by then 3AW colleague Rex Hunt. This was due to Leonard preferring to travel to an AFL game in Sydney by rail rather than on a plane.
Leonard is married and has children. He was originally from Seddon, Victoria.
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- 3AW Register of Commercial Agreements. 3AW | Retrieved 31 March 2013
- Our Presenters. Crocmedia | Retrieved 31 March 2013
- Breakfast with Darren and Tony. 3AW | Retrieved 1 May 2013
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