Tim Flood discusses his involvement in the GAA. He recalls his earliest memories of Gaelic games and recall his family's involvement in the GAA. He mentions watching the Limerick team of Mick Mackey's era, and also recalls attending an All-Ireland Hurling Final in Killarney. Tim talks about sports days in the parish, recollecting events that were held. He compares the Catholic and Protestant sports days. Tim explains how he became involved in hurling. He recalls travelling to matches. He also discusses his inter-county hurling career with Wexford, recalling players he played with and matches he played in. He talks about changes to the game of hurling that should be implemented to improve the game. He also recalls his biggest disappointments and best memories from his involvement in the GAA. Tim concludes by singing “My Black Dudeen”.