TSS Foundation Business Breakfast
Thursday 18 November 2021
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Men of Sport – Panel

Greg Clark

After 25 years with Fox, Greg has moved to the Gold Coast. Starting in radio Greg has been a TV Commentator/Presenter for over 3 decades. While he was regarded as the Voice of Australian Rugby on Fox Sport for 20 years Greg has covered many major sporting events including; Rugby World Cups, Rugby League World Cups, NRL and Super League Grand Finals, Summer and Winter Olympics, Commonwealth Games, Americas Cup, Australian Tennis Open and Golf.

Nathan Sharp

Nathan Sharp is one of Australia’s most distinguished rugby players. A TSS Old Boy Nathan was captain of boats and rugby as well as School Captain in his final year 1995. His School Vice-Captain was close friend and current TSS Headmaster Andrew Hawkins.

A vital member of the QLD Reds team from 1998-2005 Nathan moved to the newly formed Western Force and captained to team until his retirement in 2012. Nathan gained 116 test caps for the Wallabies captaining the side in 20. Nathan currently works for Talisman Mining Limited who are a mineral development and exploration company.

Craig McDermott

Craig was the spearhead of the Australian bowling attack in the late 1980s and early 1990s. He represented Australia 1984-96 in 71 tests taking 291 wickets, and 138 One Day Internationals taking 203 wickets. Craig took 30 memorable wickets in his first Ashes series in 1985 and saved his best for the 1990/91 Ashes series by taking 32 wickets, During that series Craig took 8/97 in an innings.

Craig had two very successful stints as the Australian fast bowling coach from 2011-12 and 2013-16.

Craig currently works in the property development sector mainly within south east Queensland.

Adam Hollioake

Adam is a professional athlete who is the only international cricketer to compete professionally as a Mixed Martial Artist. He has also competed as a professional boxer.
However he is most well known as a cricketing all-rounder who played for Surrey and England. He captained Surrey from 1997 until 2003, winning three County Championships, and led the England cricket team in One Day Internationals. Adam played 4 test matches for England 1997-98 and had the unique experience of playing a test match with his brother Ben against Australia at Trent Bridge. As an incredible all-rounder Adam represented English Schoolboys in Rugby Union.

Adam is currently a batting coach at QLD Cricket, trains a few fighters, studying sports psychology and assisting athletes on the mental side of their game.

 

 

 

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