Willy Foley discusses his family's involvement in the GAA. He talks about the history of the GAA in Adamstown, and recalls his earliest memory of the GAA. He recollects listening to matches on the radio, and also discusses playing hurling in school. Willy discusses his playing career with Adamstown and Wexford, plus other clubs also. He recalls the players he played with, and recollects matches won and lost. He describes living in Wexford during the Second World War, before talking about training routines in his playing days and the club's main rivals. Willy recollects travelling to matches, describing the modes of transport and events that took place. He recalls retiring from playing, and recollects meeting his wife. Willy talks about the number of All-Ireland finals he has attended, and recollects some of the homecomings for Wexford All-Ireland final teams. He discusses the best matches and players he has seen, and describes his best memories from the GAA.