Jimmy Nolan reflects on his lifelong involvement with the GAA. He discusses his time playing hurling for Davidstown GAA Club, Rathnure GAA Club, and for Wexford. He also describes how a knee injury forced him to retire from playing and get involved in the administration of the GAA. He recalls his roles as selector, referee, and chairman of discipline. He discusses the Wexford team of the 1950s and mentions his many hurling heroes. Finally, he ponders the uniqueness of the lack of professionalism in the GAA.