Gosford - Notable People

Notable People

  • Anthony Biddle – Paralympian tandem cyclist and athlete
  • Alan Davidson – Former Australian cricketer
  • David Fairleigh – Former Rugby League forward, 1994 Rothman's Medal winner, NSW & Australian representative player, North Sydney Bears "Team Of The Century" second-rower, current coach of the Central Coast Bears
  • Des Hasler – Former Rugby league player, NSW & Australian representative player, 1987 & 1996 Manly Sea Eagles premiership player, 2008 & 2011 Manly Sea Eagles premiership coach
  • Matt Orford – Former NRL halfback, 2008 Dally M medal winner, 2008 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles premiership captain
  • Brad Porter – Midfielder for the Central Coast Mariners in the Hyundai A-League
  • Andrew Redmayne – Goalkeeper for the Brisbane Roar in the Hyundai A-League
  • Mark Skaife – 5-time Bathurst 1000 winner
  • Ron Peno – Famous Australian Punk & 1980's Rock musician; Lead Singer of Died Pretty
  • Matthew Zions, European PGA professional golfer (2003–present), 2011 Saint-Omer Open winner

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