Stephen Molumphy tells of the history of Ballyduff Upper GAA club and of his time hurling with the club and for Waterford. He talks of his families involvement and of the place the club holds in the community. He tells of hurling with the army while serving abroad and of the other county players he has played with and against. He talks of the characters in the club and of the celebrations of successes and of his best and worst memories. He speaks about the professionalism within the GAA and how pay for play could damage the sense of volunteerism that makes the GAA what it is. He also talks of sponsorship and how important it is to the club.