Donal Fitzgibbon discusses his involvement with the GAA at local, county and national levels. He talks about the influence the GAA has had on his personal and family life and the friendships it has helped him forge. Looking beyond his own personal circumstances, Fitzgibbon talks about the major developments in the recent history of the Mungret/St. Paul’s club and considers the prospects for the future. Fitzgibbon also reflects on the GAA people who have made an impression on him. The interview ends with a recital of a club poem, ‘The Mungret Minors’.