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This is a list of
Riverview Old Ignatians. "Old Ignatians" are alumni of Saint Ignatius' College, Riverview in Sydney, a Roman Catholic school in New South Wales, Australia.
Academia [ edit ]
Rhodes Scholars [ edit ]
Business [ edit ]
Entertainment, media and the arts [ edit ]
Jim Finn - Keyboards, bass, vocals for the band
Art vs. Science [8 ] Dan McNamee – Keyboards, guitar, vocals for the band
Art vs. Science [8 ] Dan Williams – Drums, vocals for the band
Art vs. Science [8 ] Gabriel Winterfield - Lead vocals, guitar for the band
Jagwar Ma Tyrone Lindqvist - Member of the band
RÜFÜS [9 ] James Hunt - Member of the band
RÜFÜS [9 ] Simon Jones - Vocals, guitar, keys, production for the band
The Holidays Alex Kortt - Bass guitar for the band
The Holidays Andrew Kerridge - Drums, percussion for the band
The Holidays Chris Cody - Jazz pianist
Michael Donohoe - Tuba player, has been in the
Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra, and the National Australia Brass Band Rick Miller - Principal timpani player for the
Sydney Symphony Orchestra, initial member of Synergy Percussion Group
Medicine and science [ edit ]
Dr Walter Burfitt
CBE - Surgeon and co-founder of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons; Founder of the Medical Benevolent Association of New South Wales (also attended St Aloysius' College) [10 ] Dr Keith Hartman
AM - Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Chairman - Friends of the Mater Foundation Dr Franco Ciulli consultant cardiothoracic surgeon, Bristol Heart Institute. 1976
Military [ edit ]
Politics, public service and the law [ edit ]
Current Serving Politicians [ edit ]
Former Politicians [ edit ]
Public Service [ edit ]
Basketball [ edit ]
Cricket [ edit ]
Rugby Union [ edit ]
Angus Roberts - Melbourne Rebels 2013 [27 ]
Mitch Inman - Western Force 2011, Melbourne Rebels 2012, Wallabies training squad 2012 [28 ] [29 ]
Lachlan McCaffrey - NSW Waratahs 2010, Western Force 2012, ACT Brumbies 2013 [30 ]
Jono Jenkins - NSW Waratahs 2012, Western Force 2010, Australian Rugby Sevens 2009 [31 ]
David McDuling - Queensland Reds 2012 -, Australian Under 20s Rugby World Cup 2009 [32 ]
Ed Jenkins - Australian Rugby Sevens Captain 2012 [33 ]
Jim Lenehan - Wallabies 1957-67, NSW Waratahs 1958-68
Ignatius O'Donnell - Wallabies 1899-1905, NSW Waratahs 1899-1905
James Hughes - Wallabies 1907, NSW Waratahs 1907-08
Bryan Hughes - Wallabies 1913, NSW Waratahs 1913
Matt Mostyn - Ireland Rugby Union Team and NSW Waratahs 1996 Paul Kelly - Norway Rugby Team
[34 ] John Tighe - Italian Rugby 2009; Redmen Club Captain 2007 (know more commonly as the "Atrum Annus" or "Dark Year" for the OIRFC); Judd Cup Undefeated Premiership Captain 2009
Nicholas Lockyer - Greece (Kerkyra) Rugby Sevens 2009
Frank Ahern - QLD Reds
Mark "Champo" Clarebrough - NSW Waratahs 1979
Brett "The Other Champo" Clarebrough - Australian Rugby Sevens 1979
Michael Keirans - NSW Waratahs 1990
Ed Shannon - NSW Waratahs 1979
Cecil O'Dea - NSW Waratahs 1928
Ian Camrie-Thomson - NSW Waratahs 1928
John Diserens - ACT Brumbies
Tim O'Connor - Hong Kong International
Humphrey Oxenham - Wallabies 1907, NSW Waratahs 1900-1904
Brian Oxenham - Wallabies 1939
Sean Spence - Wallabies 1962. NSW Waratahs 1962-63
Richard Bryant - South Australia State Representative 1997-2000
Bob Westfield - Wallabies 1928-29, NSW Waratahs 1925-29, Victorian Rugby
Herbert Daly - Wallabies 1908-09, NSW Waratahs 1905-09
Jim Stenmark - Wallabies, NSW Waratahs - Wallabies player from 1947–48, Waratahs player 1944-46
John Coolican - Wallabies 1979-84, NSW Waratahs 1977-84
Anthony Dempsey - Wallabies 1993, NSW Waratahs 1992-94
Charles Morrisey - Wallabies 1925-26, NSW Waratahs 1925-26
John Manning - Wallabies 1904, NSW Waratahs 1900-1904
John Grant - Australian Rugby Sevens
Tim Harrington - Australian Rugby Sevens 2008
Willie Gordon - ACT Brumbies 2001, Australian Rugby Sevens 1999-2000
Dominic Byrne - NSW Waratahs 2001, Australian Rugby Sevens, Australian Barbarians, NPC Taranaki
Swimming [ edit ]
Phil Butcher - 2008 Australian Age Championships: 1st in Mens (age 18 & under) 200m Medley Relay, 2nd in Mens (age 17-18) 100m Butterfly, 6th in Mens (age 17-18) 100m Backstroke, 11th in Mens (age 17-18) 100m Freestyle
[35 ] Michael Delaney - 1984 Los Angeles Olympics competitor, Commonwealth games medalist
Steven Newnham - 1974 and 1979 Australian Eight At World Championships
Joe Donnolly - 1974 Australian Eight At World Championships
Anthony Anisimoff - 1974 Australian Eight At World Championships
Daniel Noonan - Mens Quad Scull at 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011 World Championships. Australian rower at 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games
Sailing [ edit ]
Will Ryan - Australian Sailing Team 2006 - World Champion 2006
Ed Quartly - Australian Sailing Team 2007
Water Polo [ edit ]
James Falzon - Australian Water Polo Team - Member 2003 FINA World Championships team
Aidan Roach - Australian Water Polo Team at 2012 London Olympics
Olympians [ edit ]
Bob Lachal - Australian Olympic Rower at 1964 Olympics
Bryan Curtin - Australian Olympic Rower at 1972 Olympics
Aidan Roach - Water Polo at 2012 London Olympics
Ed Fernon - Modern Pentathlon at London 2012 Olympics
Michael Delany - Australian Olympic Swimmer 1984 Olympics, Silver Medallist
Fred Lane - Australian Olympic Swimmer 1900 Olympics
Denis O'Neil - Australian Olympic Sailor at 1976 and 1972 Olympics
Richard Curtin - Australian Olympic Rower at 1972 Olympics
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ a b c d e f g "NSW Rhodes Scholars 1904 - 2007". Rhodes Scholarships. The University of Sydney. 2007. Archived from the original on 2008-01-24 . Retrieved 2008-02-12.
^ The Sun-Herald Extra Sunday 22 August 2010 page 2
^ a b Ross Galbreath, Enterprise and energy: the Todd family in New Zealand, Todd, Wellington, 2010, pp. 55 and 90.
^ Clark, Axel (1979). "Brennan, Christopher John (1870 - 1932)". Australian Dictionary of Biography 7 (Online ed.). Melbourne: Melbourne University Press. pp. 397–399 . Retrieved 2008-02-01.
^ 'Hunter Wine', Make Lake, 1964, The Jacaranda Press Pty Ltd
^ "Harvest of memories". The Age (Melbourne). 1 September 2005.
^ a b c http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/newslocal/the-hills/aria-winning-sydney-band-art-vs-science-release-createdestroy-after-two-year-break/story-fngr8i1f-1226824756098
^ a b http://www.thevine.com.au/music/interviews/rfs-i-grew-up-butt-naked-on-the-dirt-20140307-275725/
^ Furneaux Burfitt, Walter (1979). "Burfitt, Walter Charles Fitzmaurice (1874 - 1956)". Australian Dictionary of Biography 7 (Online ed.). Melbourne: Melbourne University Press. pp. 482–483 . Retrieved 2008-02-01.
^ a b c "Jesuit old boys now our leaders". The Australian. 14 September 2013.
^ ". Macquarie.com.au ''Paul McClintock appointed to Board of Macquarie Infrastructure Investment Management Limited''" . Retrieved 2011-09-11.
^ "About JCAP | Jesuit Asia Pacific Conference". Sjapc.net. 2009-11-15 . Retrieved 2011-09-11.
^ "JRS 2000 report" (PDF) . Retrieved 2011-09-11.
^ "Mark Raper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia". En.wikipedia.org . Retrieved 2011-09-11.
^ "Peter Craven's SMH review of Campion's ''Lines of My Life''". Smh.com.au. 2003-07-12 . Retrieved 2011-09-11.
^ "Province Express - Beginning with a conversion of heart". Express.org.au. 2008-05-14 . Retrieved 2011-09-11.
^ "Bird opens door to top flight for private school cricketers". The Sydney Morning Herald.
^ First Qantas Wallabies Training Squad named
^ "Sweden v Norway". Fortunecity.com . Retrieved 2011-09-11.
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