Tom Neville talks about his childhood memories of the GAA growing up in Co. Wexford. He discusses at length Wexford successes from the 1915-1918 four-in-a-row to 1996 All-Ireland final. He expresses his deep enthusiasm about being involved with the local club both as a player and as an adminsitrator. He talks about the origins of his club, and how it was built up during the years of his involvement. He explains how his club sourced grounds to play on and jerseys to tog out, as well as his experiences of his initial trips to Leinster matches and to Croke Park. He also expresses his opinions on the modern game and how the GAA runs its affairs.