One of the most significant days for Irish sport in recent history was February 24th, 2007, when in the aftermath of Rule 42 being abolished, Ireland faced England in the Six Nations at Croke Park - the first time a game of rugby was ever played there. The day carried all the more weight given the events of Bloody Sunday 87 years previously, where British forces opened fire on a match in Croke Park killing 14 civilians. The iconic image of the day was undoubtedly that of the burly John Hayes, visibly moved to tears as the national anthem played. This documentary speaks to some of the players that were there on the day, including Jerry Flannery, David Wallace and Shane Horgan as well as a host of political, sporting and cultural leaders who tell of their experiences in the run up to the event and the day of the game itself.