Seán Brennan discusses his many roles within the GAA, both at club and county level in Kilkenny. He describes his career playing both hurling and football for James Stephens, Muckalee, and St. Canice's GAA clubs and outlines his wins at different levels. He reflects on his disappointment at missing out on playing on the winning James Stephens hurling team during the 1976 All-Ireland club hurling final. Seán also outlines his involvement with the GAA in such roles as coach, selector, and referee, and he describes his contribution to underage hurling in Kilkenny. Finally, he considers his passion for the GAA and sport in general.