Norman Fuller talks about his early years in Donegal, before subsequent moves to London and later Tyrone. His ties with his home club are unbreakable, and he talks about constant journeys and experiences with his club. He explains his father’s long standing role in the club, and his part in making sure that the club’s sand based pitch was saved from the elements years ago and is still in use today. He talks about his favourite players and inspirations, and explains why he feels that the GAA is so important to Irish society. He explains his journey home to watch the 1992 All-Ireland and his love of club and county.