Old Cranbrookians of the Year

Professor Richard Hunter (1970) was born and grew up in Australia. After graduating from the University of Sydney, Richard took his PhD at the University of Cambridge. He subsequently became a lecturer at Cambridge and Fellow of Pembroke College from 1977. In 2001 he was appointed as Regius Professor of Greek at Cambridge, one of the oldest...
Michael Crouch AO (1951) is an entrepreneur, board member and a true renaissance man. He is best known as the founder of Zip Industries, the company that delivers instant boiling water to offices and houses in 70 countries. Michael served as Executive Chairman of Zip for 52 years and is known as one of the most prominent entrepreneurs turned...
Anthony Abrahams (1962), lawyer and former Wallaby, is one of only four old Cranbrookians to have represented Australia in rugby. In his final year at Cranbrook, in 1962, Abrahams was selected for the School’s 1st XV and for the Combined Associated Schools’ 1st XV. At the University of Sydney, where he studied Arts/Law, his rugby career blossomed...
Jim Maxwell AM (1968) is one of Australia's best known cricket commentators, having broadcast for the ABC for over 40 years and covered 270 Test matches. He has also edited Australia’s longest running cricket publication, the ABC Cricket Magazine, since 1988. Outside the commentary box, he has served since 2009 as the president of the Primary Club...

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