The former Wales rugby captain is a hugely popular speaker for both after dinner presentations and motivational conference speeches.
Motivational speaker, Scott Quinnell, is the former Wales rugby captain. The son of Wales and Lions star Derek and nephew of legendary fly-half Barry John, Scott was blessed with a fine rugby pedigree. And he has lived up to his billing, playing 51 times for Wales – scoring 11 tries – and starring for the 2001 Lions. He played in all three Tests against Australia, claiming a try in the first Test win.
Scott regularly appears as a commentator and pundit on a number of Sky Sports televised rugby matches. He is a co-presenter and coach, together with Will Greenwood, of Sky TV’s School of Hard Knocks TV series. He has had a recurring guest role as himself in the Ruth Jones Sky 1 TV comedy series Stella. In addition to his autobiography, Scott co-wrote, together with psychologist Paul Boross, Leader On The Pitch, with a foreword written by Sir Clive Woodward.
Scott is an entertaining and inspirational speaker, appealing to both sporting and non-sporting audiences. Feedback includes
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