Martin Mulhall discusses his passion for Kilkenny hurling. He recalls his earliest memories of listening to matches on the radio and playing hurling with sticks cut from ash. He ponders the tradition of cricket in the county and the rise in popularity of the GAA. He describes hurling with St. Kieran's College, Bennettsbridge, Conahy Shamrocks GAA Club in Jenkinstown, and St. Canice's Psychiatric Hospital. In addition, he discusses the excitement of Kilkenny's All-Ireland wins. Martin also reflects on the skill of his hurling heroes and the changes he has witnessed in the sport over the years.