Seán Doherty reflects on his lifelong involvement in Galmoy GAA Club and Kilkenny GAA. He recalls his father bringing him to matches in Laois and Seán's own passion for hurling. He describes his first trip to Croke Park aged 16 and life in the village in the 40s and 50s when he was growing up. In addition, he discusses his playing days and his various administration roles both at club and county level, for example, club secretary, MC at matches, coach, selector. Seán outlines the history of the club and the part he played in it. He ponders his support for the parish rule and mentions the key figures in the club. He also describes various fundraising efforts involved in refurbishing the club facilities in 1984. Finally, Seán reflects on his pride in his children's involvement in Kilkenny hurling and camogie, and the significance of the GAA club in rural communities.