Gaelic Football Legend & Sports Personality
Pat Spillane is a retired Gaelic footballer and well known Irish sports personality. He played with his local club Templenoe and was a member of the Kerry senior inter-county team from 1975 until 1991. Pat Spillane is regarded as one of the greatest players of all-time. He has also been regarded a leader throughout his life- on the sporting field where he won 9 All-Star awards, in his professional life as a school principal and in his media career. Along with writing a weekly newspaper column with The Sunday World, working with RTÉ and training local teams, he is chairman of CEDRA, a commission for the economic development of rural Ireland. Pat Spillane has also recently teamed up with Flora to launch the Flora pro.activ Cholesterol Club.
Pat Spillane’s reputation makes him a much sought after public speaker. He is an excellent choice of speaker both in the sports and business circuits.