List of Old Boys of St Joseph's College, Hunters Hill
This is a List of notable Old Boys of St Joseph's College, Hunters Hill, they being notable former students - known as "Old Boys" of the Roman Catholic Church school, St Joseph's College in Hunters Hill, New South Wales, Australia.
[Year in brackets] is the last year of school attendance. (Years in parentheses) are years lived or the year of noted sporting or other achievement.
- 1 Academia
- 2 Clergy
- 3 Media, entertainment and the arts
- 4 Military
- 5 Law
- 6 Politics & public service
- 7 Science & medicine
- 8 Business
- 9 Sport
- 10 See also
- 11 References
- 12 Published sources
- 13 Further reading
- 14 External links
- Matthew Joseph Brodie (1864–1943), second Bishop of Christchurch, New Zealand (1915–1943), first Catholic bishop who was a New Zealander by birth.
- Monsignor Cornelius James Duffy (1903–86), D.D., Chancellor of the Sydney Archdiocese and Diocesan archivist.
- Most Rev Geoffrey James Robinson (born 1937), Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney 1984-2004, Titular Bishop of Rusuca.
- John Steven Satterthwaite (1928-2016), Bishop of Lismore 1971-2001.
- Most Rev Philip Edward Wilson (born 1950), D.D. J.C.L., Archbishop of Adelaide.
Media, entertainment and the arts
- Frank Marien (1890–1936), Editor-in-chief of Smith's Weekly.
- Jimmy Sharman jnr (1912–2006), boxing promoter.
- John Olsen, AO, OBE , (born 1928) artist.
- Denis Kevans (1939–2005), left-wing poet, songwriter and folk singer.
- Brian Castro (born 1950), award-winning novelist & essayist.
- Jack Waterford (born 1952), former editor-in-chief of the Canberra Times'.
- Peter Thompson (born 1952), ABC broadcaster & Adjunct Professor, Macquarie Uni, Dept of International Communication.
- Paul Field , (born 1961), singer The Cockroaches and manager The Wiggles.
- John Field , (born 1962), guitarist The Cockroaches and songwriter.
- Anthony Field , (born 1963), guitarist and singer The Cockroaches and The Wiggles.
- Tony Henry , (born 1963), drummer of the '80s pop band The Cockroaches.
- Tom Gleeson , (born 1974), comedian, actor and radio personality.
- Jackson Mullane, (born 1987), Australian Gladiator character "Outlaw" and State representative rugby winger.
- Christian McEwan radio presenter c913FM.
- Brigadier Sir Eugene Gorman (1891–1973), KBE, MC, QC military officer and barrister.
- Air Marshal, Sir John McCauley (1899–1989Kn), KBE, CB, RAAF commander.
- Brigadier John Kenelm Byrnes AM  (1939-2016) military officer Royal Australian Corps of Signals Borneo, Vietnam, Cambodia
- Sir William Deane AC KBE  (born 1931), former Governor-General and former Justice of the High Court of Australia.
- Hon. Chief Justice Murray Gleeson AC , (born 1938), former Chief Justice of Australia - High Court of Australia; former Chief Justice of New South Wales - Supreme Court of New South Wales; former President - NSW Bar Asscn.
- John Marsden (1942–2006), President of the Law Society of NSW.
Politics & public service
- Sir Jack Keith Murray KBE (1889–1979); Professor of Agriculture Uni of Qld 1927-45; AIF Captain in World War I; AMF Lieut-Colonel in World War II; Administrator of the Territory of Papua and New Guinea 1945–52.
- Frank Downing (1907–1978), ALP MLA for Ryde, 1953–1968.
- Norm Ryan (1912–1997), ALP MLA for Marrickville, 1953-73.
- Harry Jensen (1913–1998), Lord Mayor of Sydney 1956-65, ALP MLA for Wyong & Munmorah, 1965-1981 and NSW Cabinet Minister 1976-81.
- Jack Doohan OBE (1920–2007), National Party member of the New South Wales Legislative Council 1978-91.
- Laurie McGinty MBE (1921–1991), Mayor of Willoughby 1960-67, Lib MLA for Willoughby 1968-1978 and NSW Cabinet Minister 1973-76.
- Hon Kevin Cairns (1929–1984), Lib, MHR seat of Lilley in Queensland 1963-80; Federal Cabinet Minister 1971-72.
- Alan Woods AC (1930–1990), Secretary of the Department of Defence 1986–88
- Bill Heffernan (born 1943), Lib Senator for New South Wales since 1996.
- Andrew Penfold AM  - Member of Prime Minister's Indigenous Advisory Council; inaugural NSW Human Rights Ambassador; founder of St Joseph's College Indigenous Fund; Founder of Australian Indigenous Education Foundation.
- Craig Laundy , Liberal member for the House of Representatives seat of Reid since 2013 and current Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science.
Science & medicine
- Sir Henry Francis Chow , (1935-2016) OBE Kt, Papua New Guinea business magnate (Toboi Shipbuilding Company; the Lae Biscuit Co).
- John O'Neill, Former Chief Executive of Australian Rugby Union and Football Federation Australia.
- Matt Carrroll, Former Chief Executive of Yachting Australia and in 2017 appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Olympic Committee.
- Patrick Dwyer, silver medalist 4 × 400 m Relay Athens 2004, competitor Sydney 2000 & 1998 Commonwealth Games.
- Bill Dixon  & Clyde Elias  Olympians at Berlin 1936. (Elias Men's VIII; Dixon Men's 2X.)
- Phil Cayzer gold medalist Men's VIII at Auckland 1950 & bronze medalist at Helsinki 1952.
- Bob Tinning gold medalist Men's VIII at Auckland 1950 & bronze medalist at Helsinki 1952.
- Alf Duval, silver medalist 1968 Mexico Olympics, Men's VIII.
- Joe Fazio , (1942-2011) silver medalist 1968 Mexico Olympics, Men's VIII.
- Terry O'Hanlon , coxswain 1975 World Championships (M2+) & 1977 World Championships, Men's VIII.
- Paul Rowe, finalist 1975 World Championships (LW 1X).
- Michael Crowley, 1975 World Championships (M2+).
- Francis Hegerty , silver medalist Beijing 2008, Men's 4-.
- Spencer Turrin, , 2013-15 World Championships and representative Rio 2016. Men's 2-.
- Harry Caples, Kangaroo five-eighth, (1921–1922).
- Arch Crippin, Kangaroo winger, (1936).
- Jack Beaton, Kangaroo versatile back, (1936–1938).
- Ben Kennedy, Kangaroo lock-forward, (2000–2006).
- Mick Aldous,  Canberra Raiders centre (1984–85) and French Rugby League national coach.
- Justin Dooley, Wests Magpies & Sydney Roosters (1990-2001).
- Jarrod Saffy, St George Dragons & Wests Magpies forward (2006–10) and Melbourne Rebels RU lock (2011-2013).
- Darcy Lussick, Parramatta Eels & Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles forward (2012-).
- Morrie Murphy, Canterbury-Bankstown winger (1947).
- Stephen Broughton,  Wests Magpies (1982-1984) & Parramatta (1985) winger.
- Matthew Wurth, North Sydney forward (1883–85)
- Nathan Ross , Newcastle Knights Winger (2015-present)
- Albert Purcell  curreny Wallaby (2018-)
Other nations' representatives
- Michael Lipman, 10 Test appearances for England (2004–2008).
- Steve Devine, 10 Test appearances New Zealand(2002–2003).
- Pat Duignan, 2 RWC appearances for Ireland (1998).
International rugby sevens
- Pat McCutcheon, Australian Rugby Sevens (2010-)
- Peter Playford, NSW Waratahs and Australian Sevens three-quarter 2007-09.
- Afusipa Taumoepeau, Melbourne Rebels ACT Brumbies centre 2008-10.
- Jeremy Tilse , NSW Waratahs prop 2007.
- Cameron Treloar, Queensland Reds lock 2006-07.
- Drew Hickey, NSW Waratahs flanker 2000-02.
- Matthew Carraro, NSW Waratahs centre/wing 2008-09. 2014-
- Damien Fitzpatrick, NSW Waratahs hooker 2009-13.
- List of non-government schools in New South Wales
- List of boarding schools
- Athletic Association of the Great Public Schools of New South Wales
- Con Duffy SMH obit
- "Biographical details". Biographical and contact information. Brian Castro. Retrieved 2008-02-24.
- c913FM profile
- Cerise & Blue obituary Mar2016
- Murray at ADB
- Waterford, Jack (15 January 1990). "Obituary: Alan John Woods, AO: A new age manager with a sense of tradition". The Canberra Times. p. 2.
- Penfold article The Australian
- Fazio obit
- Chow biog
- 1977 Men's VIII Guerin-Foster
- 1975 M2+ Guerin-Foster
- Whiticker & Hudson p365
- Whiticker & Hudson p55
- Howell p32
- Howell p51
- Howell pp226
- Bill White at ARU
- Malone at ARU
- [Cerise & Blue SJCOBU magazine vol60 #1 mar2017]
- Heinrich at ARU
- James McInerney ARU
- Mick Murray ARU
- Sheehan at ESPN
- Burgess at ESPN
- Lipman at Scrum.com
- Devine at Scrum.com
- Duignan at scrum.com
- Howell, Max (2006) Born to Lead - Wallaby Test Captains (2005) Celebrity Books, New Zealand
- Whiticker, Alan & Hudson, Glen (2006) The Encyclopedia of Rugby League Players, Gavin Allen Publishing, Sydney
- Oh brother! Medich family split: http://www.smh.com.au/national/oh-brother-medich-family-split-20090911-fkq3.html
- Naughtin, M. 1981. A Century of Striving: St Joseph's College, Hunter's Hill, 1881-1981. Macarthur Press, Sydney. ISBN 0-9595559-6-X.