Dominic Williams reflects on his passion for the GAA and sport in general. He recalls trips to Croke Park as a child and as an adult living in Dublin, and he describes his own experience playing in Croke Park with Good Counsel College in 1954. He outlines the history of Taghmon GAA Club and discusses his roles of secretary and treasurer of the club, county board rep, and county chairman of Bord na nÓg Loch Garman. He ponders the impact the founding of Bord na nÓg had on underage teams in Wexford. He also describes the work involved in compiling his book about the statistical history of GAA in the county.