Eric Miller is a legend of Irish rugby. A former British and Irish Lion and Barbarian, Eric represented Ireland on 48 occasions scoring 6 international tries. For club, he lined out for Leinster almost 150 times and spent time in England with the Leicester Tigers.
As a barnstorming No.8, Eric was, at 21, the youngest member of the 1997 Lions squad that toured South Africa and played in 5 games, including the second test, before injury prevented him from making the match day squad for the final game.
Following a stellar career in rugby, the 6’3″, 17st giant retired in January 2006 and switched codes to Gaelic football, making the senior team by December 2006. Retiring from GAA soon after, Eric has gone on to running his own personal training company and has served in a number of coaching positions within the Ireland club and under age provincial rugby scenes.