Bill Mulcahy grew up in Rathkeale in West Limerick and received his education at St. Munchin’s College in Limerick. While at St. Munchin’s he was strongly influenced by Fr. Jimmy Sadlier, who was to engender in his young pupil a great love of the game of rugby. Bill Mulcahy later went on to play the game with distinction for Ireland and he discusses his early years on the national team, the rules of the game, his great successes and huge disappointments. He speaks about touring with the national team and the controversy surrounding the tour of South Africa during the period of apartheid. He also discusses his work as a medical doctor at Dublin Airport and his memories of settling down in Skerries.