Paudie Doyle discusses the ups and downs of the GAA club in Rathvilly and the affects of emigration on the team. He talks playing in school and about training. He talks about his heroes and his playing career before discussing local rivalries and community support. He talks of his approach to management of teams and the various administrative positions he has held within the GAA. He discusses the GAA in Carlow in the last 25 years and his part in it. He then talks about his time on Central Council and the decisions made.He then talks about the organisational structure in the GAA and his proudest and most disappointing moments before discussing his optimism for the future of Carlow GAA.He finishes by talking about what the GAA has meant to him over the years.