Bradman Scholarship Past & Current Winners

2017 Winner – Andrew Young

170420-Andrew-YoungThis opening batsman with a flair for writing about the game, stood out amongst over sixty entries. The Arts degree student will receive $15,000 over three years to assist his studies.

Andrew is both a talented cricketer and writer. He is popular with readers of renowned sports opinion website, the Roar, where Young’s love of literature and cricket combine. His recent article A Cricket Tragics Guide to the Off-Season encapsulates the passion he has for the summertime game accompanied by the emptiness felt as winter approaches.

Young was an outstanding student and leader at Camberwell Boys’ Grammar School and exceptional cricketer with over four years representing Cricket Victoria at under-age State championships. An unabashed admirer of Ricky Ponting growing up, Young concedes cricket is his passion and in idle moments dreams of high honours, “I would love to progress as far as possible but I also understand other avenues will open up to me and there will be alternative ways of thinking.”

Previous Winners

1990: Geoff Lovell (Bachelor of Arts (PPE), Exeter College, Oxford University)

1993: Andrew Ridley (Postgraduate Degree in Philosophy/Management Studies, Exeter College, Oxford University)

1993: Martin Love (Bachelor of Physiotherapy, University of Queensland).

1999: Sam Williams of Adelaide, SA (Bachelor of Podiatry – University of South Australia)

2000: Greg Mail of Baulkham Hills, NSW (Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) – University of Sydney)

2001: Kieran Mahony of Kangaloon, NSW (Bachelor of Arts/Laws – Macquarie University)

2002: Alexandra Blackwell of Griffith, NSW (Bachelor of Medicine – University of New South Wales)

2003: Mark Faraday of Newcastle, NSW (Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Communications – University of Newcastle).

2004: Thomas Barratt of Perth, WA (Bachelor Law/Economics – University of Western Australia).

2005: Shane Wallace of Bomaderry, NSW (Australian College of Physical Education, Sydney)

2006: Madhu Bhamidipaty of Perth, WA (Bachelor of Medicine/Surgery, University of Western Australia).

2007: Patrick Connelly of Adelaide, SA (Bachelor of Laws, University of Adelaide).

2008: David Miller of Taree, NSW (Bachelor of Exercise & Sports Science, University of Sydney)

2009: Aaron Mullins of Athelstone, SA (Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) University of Adelaide)

2010: Kate Shallard of Euroa, Vic (Bachelor of Physiotherapy, La Trobe University, Bendigo)

2011: Andrew Lowe of Laurieton, NSW (Bachelor of Business & Sports Management, UTS)

2012: Kara Sutherland of Grafton, NSW (Bachelor of Sport & Exercise Science then transfer (2015) to Master of Physiotherapy, Griffith University, Brisbane)

2013: Georgia Redmayne of Alstonville, NSW (Bachelor of Medicine, UNSW)

2014: Amit Balgi of Wollongong, NSW (Bachelor of Dental Science, Charles Sturt University, Orange)

2015: Damon Kerr of Glenelg, SA (Bachelor of Arts at Flinders University then Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Activity)

2016: Tom Galvin of Tullamore, NSW (Bachelor of Science, Sydney University)

2017: Andrew Young of Canterbury, VIC (Bachelor of Arts, Melbourne University)


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