Alice Costello reflects on her involvement with Drom & Inch GAA Club, Thurles, Tipperary, and her passion for Gaelic games. She recalls her earliest memories of the GAA and describes her first trip to Croke Park at the age of 8. She discusses her various roles within the club, including selector, secretary, and chairperson, and she considers changes in the role of women in the GAA. Alice also describes her involvement in Irish dancing and the importance of preserving the Irish language and culture. Finally, she ponders her satisfaction with the continuing strength of the GAA in the community.