List of Old Xaverians


List of Old Xaverians

This is a List of Old Xaverians, they being notable former students - known as "Old Xaverians" (Old Xavs) of the Roman Catholic school, Xavier College in Kew, Victoria, Australia.

Academia

*Greg Dening - Emeritus Professor of History, University of Melbourne

Business

* James Gorman - Former Executive Vice President of Merrill Lynch
* Lloyd J. Williams - Crown Casino owner

Clergy

* The Most Reverend Denis Hart - Archbishop of Melbourne

Entertainment, media and the arts

* Philip Brady - TV and radio personality
* Santo Cilauro - comedian; The Panel cast member
*Timothy Conigrave - playwright, actor, and author of "Holding the Man", a book about his experiences at Xavier and Kostka Hall.
* Tom Gleisner - comedian; The Panel cast member
* Gerard Henderson - syndicated newspaper columnist and former adviser to John Howard
* Peter Landy - Seven Network sports commentator
* Dan Lonergan - ABC Radio sports commentator
* Anthony McCormack - Melbourne radio host / producer
* Michael Mullins - editor of Cathnews [http://www.cathnews.com.au] and Eureka Street
* Matthew Newton - Logie nominee, son of Bert Newton, guest on "Thank God You're Here"
* Grant Smillie - commercial DJ and one half of "TV Rock" with Ivan Gough
* Mike Walsh - TV host of various current affairs programs
* Hugh Wirth - celebrity vet and national president of the RSPCA
* Gerard Henderson - newspaper columnist and political commentator

Politics, public service and the law

* Sir Phillip Reginald Lynch - Treasurer of Australia
* Richard Alston - Victorian Senator (Lib) (1986-2004); Communications Minister (1996-2003)
* William Cox - Governor of Tasmania
* Tim Fischer - MHR (Nat) (1984-2001); leader of the National Party (1990-1999) and deputy Prime Minister (1996-1999)
* Sir James Gobbo - Governor of Victoria (1997-2000)
* Rob Hulls - Victorian Deputy Premier and Attorney General
* Julian McGauran - Former National Senate Whip and now Liberal Senator
* Peter McGauran - MHR (Nat); Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
* Pat McNamara - Victorian MLA (Nat); former leader of the Victorian Nationals
* Stephen Peak - Melbourne lawyer; boxing identity and radio personality
* Bill Shorten - National Secretary of the Australian Workers Union; ALP member for Maribyrnong
* Philip Cummins - Justice of the Victorian Supreme Court
* Simon Whelan - Justice of the Victorian Supreme Court
* Luke Tobin - Boorondara Councillor

port

* Peter Antonie - Olympic gold medallist in rowing
* Robert de Castella - former marathon runner; Commonwealth Games gold medallist
* Paul Dumbrell - current V8 supercar driver
* Leslie "Chuck" Fleetwood-Smith - Test cricketer
* Nick Green - member of the Oarsome Foursome; Olympic gold medalist in rowing
* Alan Jones - 1980 Formula 1 World Champion
* Mike McKay - member of the Oarsome Foursome; Olympic gold medalist in rowing
* Paul Trimboli - former Socceroos player
* Kenneth Roche - former Australian Olympics gold medalist
* Karl Schneider - former Victorian First Class Cricketer
* David McNeil - World Cross Country Australian Representative
* Tim O'Shaughnessy - World Cross Country Australian Representative
* Patrick Murphy - Olympian (2004 Athens), Swimming
* Leo O'Brien - Test Cricketer
* Brian Doyle - Olympic Rower (1956)
* Peter Gillon - Olympic Rower (1960,1964)
* Dick Garrard - Olympic Rower (1964)
* Martin Tomanovits - Olympic Rower (1964)
* David England - Olympic Rower (1980)
* Mark Doyle - Olympic Rower (1980)


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* Luke Ball - St Kilda Football Club Captain
* Matthew Ball - former Hawthorn Football Club Player
* Ted Richards - Essendon and Sydney player
* Andrew Schauble - former Collingwood and Sydney player
* Jobe Watson - Essendon Football Club player and son of Essendon champion, Tim Watson
* Caydn Beetham - former St Kilda player.
* Matthew Spangher - West Coast Eagles player
* Josh Kennedy - Hawthorn Football Club player
* Andrew Gowers - former Hawthorn Football Club and Brisbane Lions Football Club player
* Nicholas Wilton - Former Hawthorn Football Club player

References

ee also

* List of schools in Victoria
* List of boarding schools
*Associated Public Schools of Victoria

External links

* [http://www.xavier.vic.edu.au/ Xavier College website]
* [http://www.oldxavs.com/ Old Xaverian Football Club website]


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