Congratulations to North Coast's Georgia Redmayne for being The Bradman Foundation's 2013 Bradman Scholar.
Georgia is enrolled in the Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. She was selected over several very strong applicants from throughout the country.
Georgia grew up in Alstonville northern New South Wales and matriculated from Alstonville High School with an ATAR of 99.75. A keen and accomplished cricketer, Georgia is a wicket-keeper/batter currently playing for the Universities Team in the Sydney women’s first-grade competition. She led the number of dismissals by a wicket-keeper in that competition for the 2012-13 season.
Georgia has a distinguished representative career with the NSW Combined High Schools Side, some of it as Captain. She is a qualified Cricket NSW Level 1 Coach and in 2012 completed a season in the UK playing in the Worcestershire Women’s County Competition (where she had the highest batting average and was Player of the Year).
Upon receipt of her medical degree Georgie hopes to pursue a career in sports medicine researching how the body recovers from injury and combats disease.
We wish her all the best in her future studies and welcome her as the 17th Bradman Scholar.
The Bradman Foundation Scholarship provides Georgia with $5,000 a year for three years to assist her offset the costs of her medical degree. Georgia joins other North Coast recipients in recent times being: 2012 - Kara Sutherland 2011 - Andrew Lowe 2008 - David Miller