Old Boys

Old Boys

We love to hear from past pupils about their lives after St Boniface's. If you would like to send an update, please get in touch.


MAY, Paul Mr (1969-1976)

Paul comes from a long line of St Boniface's pupils - as his father, uncle and brother also attended the school. During his time, Paul recollects Brother Schreenan and Brother Coleman were the Headmasters. "I played rugby and we won a Golden Nugget of Ross Salmon (BBC South West ) for an unbeaten season . I am now living in Southport with my family."

Following his education at St Boniface's, Paul attended St Thomas' Teaching Hospital in 1976. He is now a neurosurgeon in Liverpool and Vice President of the Society of British Neurological Surgeons, and Chairman of the Trauma Programme of Care Board for NHS England as well as Chairing the Clinical Reference Group for Adult Neurosurgery for NHS England.


MOONEY, Liam Thomas (1983-1989)

Liam was born in Dublin on 18 May 1972 and educated here at St Boniface's College and then Cambridge University where he gained two Blues in 1994 and 1995. He played at prop for London Irish, Exeter, Bristol and Blackheath and represented Ireland A and Ireland under-21. In 1998 he toured South America with the Barbarians. Liam is now based in Dubai and the founder of Blue Pencil (an executive search company) and the Club Fit For Business.
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