David Coldrick has refereed two All-Ireland Football finals and is considered the top referee in Gaelic Football. We see him prepare for the 2013 Ulster Final with a club game in Meath and training in the gym at Irish Life where he works. He explains when he gave up playing football to focus on refereeing. We venture with him to his refereeing meeting at Croke Park where all Championship referees meet up and discuss and analyze what has happened in the previous games. He gets the quarter-final between Dublin and Cork but with Dublin advancing to the All-Ireland Final, he missed out on refereeing what would be his third final.