Old Boy Hall of Fame Inductees

Congratulations to our five new inductees!

The St Laurence's College Old Boys' Association, in association with St Laurence's College, is excited to announce our newest inductees into the revered Hall of Fame.

Dr Tony Harrington OAM (1968)

Tony is an acknowledged Accident and Emergency Physician who set up the Helicopter Retrieval systems in Queensland. His working career was dedicated to Public health, research and innovation.


Danny Hoyland OAM (1970/1971)

Danny has worked in the media for the past 39 years as a reporter and broadcaster. He is also an active member of the Australian Air Force Cadets AAFC and the Coolangatta Surf Life Saving Club, dedicating 45 years to these amazing organisations. 


Dan Crowley (1982)

Dan played for the Australian Wallabies 38 times and has earned over 100 caps for the Queensland Reds during his rugby career. One of the Reds most capped players, Crowley has been named on the bench of the Wallaby Team of the Decade.



Scott Sullivan (1989)

After being diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease (MND) at the age of 38, Scott establishing the MND and Me Foundation, an organisation focused on providing support to those living with the disease and their families. Unfortunately Scott passed away in April 2014.


Cooper Cronk (2000)

A former Australian professional rugby league footballer, Cooper has played on club, state and national teams over 16 seasons. During this time, Cooper was been the recipient of the Dally M Player of the Year twice, Dally M Halfback of the Year five times, Clive Churchill Medal and Rugby League World Golden Boot.


Following a stringent process of nomination by Old Boy peers and review by the Old Boys' Association Committee and a Selection Panel, these five exemplary Old Boys' were chosen as the first official inductees under the new above mentioned process. Joining 73 of their fellow Old Boys, we are proud of the professional and personal successes of each of these fine gentlemen.

As part of their induction into the Hall of Fame, details of their journey will be included in the upcoming edition of the Lauries Magazine and Lauries Inspirations III, the College's book series about Hall of Fame inductees. Their picture will also be placed into the Hall of Fame, located on Level 5 of the College's Edmund Rice Performing Arts Centre (ERPAC) as part of an official ceremony. 

Congratulations to our newest Hall of Fame Inductees.